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    director who has produced a lot of award winning films and has developed an interesting body of work. Tim Burton has used many different film techniques such as lighting, characteristics, sound etc., to form his style, which creates these award winning films. For example, Tim’s use of sound and characteristics...
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  • Is Telivision the Best Invetion
    Toormina High School - English Faculty Programs (Stage 5) Focus Area: Film Unit: Tim Burton Director Study Fairbairn 2009 Term 3 weeks 1-6 Year: 9E6 Band: C | ...
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  • Shaima
    This is the world of Timothy William Burton. In the recent history of film, few people have actually created something so original that it could affect the whole industry. Tim Burton has produced an outstanding amount of films that bring up the question, is Burton one of these people? Could he just...
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  • Tim Burton Essay
    Halloween Town to the candy crowded rooms of Willie Wonka’s chocolate factory, Tim Burton is a master of suspense and directing. His use of cinematic techniques created incredible worlds beyond imagination. People from all over find themselves pulled into the originality of his stories and the depth of his...
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  • Edward scissorhands
    Misunderstood? The life of Edward Scissorhands can’t be compared to the life of another. With the appearance of a monster found in a comic book, Edward is a great example of what an outcast looks like. In the movie, Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton uses various techniques to show the out casting differences...
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  • Beloning
    psychologically and mentally, becoming isolated. In Peter Skrzynecki poem migrant Hostel, 10 Marry Street and the film Edward Sciccorhands challenge these concept of Belonging through the use of different techniques and quote. Migrant Hostal poem about the entire of migrant moving away from their home in to a new...
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  • English Belonging
    narrator describes his loneliness and isolationism throughout the text. Secondly, the film Edward Scissorhands by Tim Burton is another example that explores the concept of belonging in terms of identity and place, as Edward becomes the outcast of his town because of his identity, which further indicates...
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  • Distinctively Visual Maestro
    experiences in Maestro and ONE other related text of your own choosing. ORT: Edward Scissor hands- Tim Burton Through studying and analyzing ‘Maestro’ ,written by Peter Goldsworthy, and by viewing and analyzing the filmEdward Scissorhands’ directed by Tim Burton, it is evident that the composers of these...
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  • Belonging
    Simple Gift, composed by Steven Herrick, and the dramatic fairytale film, Edward Scissorhands, directed and created by Tim Burton, both explore the concepts of belonging and relationships through the strong use of literary techniques; and focus on a changing Identity as a base for belonging. Both texts...
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  • Tim Burton Movie Style
    tim burton- cinematic techniques ''Burton's masterful storytelling skills intertwined with his artistically unique style make this a stylised vision of the ''outsider'' story. Using a similar idea to Frankenstein, taking the ''outsider'' into a new community and creating havoc, director Tim Burton creates...
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  • Mister
    Title: Edward Scissor Hands Composer/Director: Tim Burton Year Related Text/Film Was Created: 1990 Target Audience: Ages 13 and above A major and obvious sense of not belonging or in other words alienation within Edward Scissorhands is explored vastly throught out the film, in many cases its seen...
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  • Film Form
    invented, film camera. During the first years film didn’t have any sound, only since 1930’s they have been a combination of image and sound. Nowadays film is an art but also a popular entertainment channel. This essay focuses on the artistic side of film and breaks down the most basic elements of film form...
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  • Lewis Is a Hectic Eshlad!
    PARAGRAPH 2 - Qualifications and Career Where did they study, how they got into films and their career development, What company they worked for, what was their first film about? How was it made? If you need more space write on the back of the sheet. One again use main points only • Went to Burbank...
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  • Edward Scissor Hands Scene Analysis
    combination, these film techniques reveal a mysterious character and mood within the beginning 20 minutes of the movie. This suggests/foreshadows to the viewers/audience that this character may have a dark/negative impact on the story as a whole (in particular Edward Scissorhands). T - TECHNIQUE E - EXAMPLE ...
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  • As You Like It and Edward Scissorhands
    Similarly, the film by Tim Burton, Edward Scissorhands portrays deep ideas about belonging whereby notions of acceptance and identity are illustrated through the use of filming techniques. Love and acceptance are challenged when Peg Boggs, the Avon representative rescues Edward from the mansion on...
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  • Dark Shadows- Movie review
    Dark Shadows- Movie Review The film Dark Shadows was made in 2012, it is directed by Tim Burton who has directed other movies such as; Edward Scissorhands, Sleepy Hollow and Big Fish. The main characters that play a part in this movie are Johnny Depp, who plays Barnabus Collins, Michelle Pfeifer plays...
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  • Grotesque Paper
    of as villains of the story or movie because of how society treats them. In the film, Frankenstein, society induced the grotesque character, which was the creature, to do the wrong doings. In doing so, the viewer of the film would feel sympathetic and at the same time disgusted of the character, making...
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  • Compare the Feature Film, Edward Scissorhands and the Plot Summary Film of Frankenstein’s Monster.
    feature film, Edward Scissorhands and the plot summary film of Frankenstein’s Monster. The gothic fairytales, Edward Scissorhands and the plot summary film of Frankenstein’s Monster, were written in different times and for every different audiences but have many things in common. Both Edward Scissorhands...
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  • Edward Scissorhands Essay
    Edward Scissorhands is a 1990 American Romance, Horror, Gothic and fairy tale hybrid film directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp. The film shows the story of an artificial man named Edward, an unfinished creation, who has scissors for hands. Edward is taken in by a suburban family and falls...
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  • Eshays12345
    director, Tim Burton, and his ideas, on if not all, most of his films. Tim Burton’s horror childhood was definitely reflected in his movies. There are three major features of Burton’s life impacting two of his movies, ‘Edward Scissorhands’ and ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’. These features are loneliness...
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