Tim Burton Techniques Essays and Term Papers

  • Tim burton cinematic techniques

    Camera, Action! The greatest directors of our time often have a "trademark" style that audience members come to recognize and connect with them. Tim Burton is among such directors along with JJ Abrams and Oliver Stone; both of which have a brilliantly unique style. The protagonist in Burton's films frequently...

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  • Tim Burton Cinematic Techniques

    Robbie Schwartz 3/12/13 English 1H Tim Burton uses many cinematic techniques in his movies such as lighting and camera angles throughout his movies in order to create effects and moods. Cinematic techniques He uses both lighting and camera angles in Edward Scissorhands and Charlie and the Chocolate...

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  • Tim Burton Cinematic Techniques

    Tim Burton main style of movie is Gothic. There are many different types of cinematic techniques all used to communicate meaning and evoke different emotional reactions with the viewers. In most of his movies he is trying to evoke a gothic feeling. For example he uses sound, lighting, and different types...

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  • Tim Burtons Cinematic techniques

    Tim Burton’s Stylistic Techniques- FINAL DRAFT Tim Burton is a unique American filmmaker that grew up watching horror movies and even lived near a cemetery. He was surely a self-admitted oddball. However, Tim Burton’s style always seems to appear in any movie he directs. A few of his movies are Edward...

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    boy a gift, the gift was that charlie will become the new owner of the chocolate factory. TECHNIQUES OF TIM BURTON Tim burton definitely has something that makes him a big filmaker. Tim burton make his movies taking by inspiration his childhood, and it like every character he made is a...

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    Style of Tim Burton Toby Pace University Author Note This paper was prepared for Academic Skills for Graduate Students 084, Section A, taught by Professor Zhylin. Timothy Walter Burton was born in 1958, in Burbank, California, the media capital of the world. When Burton was a...

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    burtEssay Tim Burton Films Tim Burton has made many great and interesting films but how do some of them compare. Here is the comparison of three films, Vincent, Charlie and the chocolate factory and Edward Scissorhands. This Comparison is about some of the different elements that are in films these...

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    Although the typical layman would immediately label him an oddball, those who are a little bit more familiar with Tim Burton would say that he's a beautiful mess. Burton was born August 25, 1958 in Burbank, California. He lived in typical suburbia, along with his brother and parents, although he never...

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  • Tim Burton

    "The Nightmare Before Christmas"? Or perhaps "Beetlejuice"? These quirky and unuaslly fantastic movies were all directed, produced, and filmed by Tim Burton. His strand imagination is what draws people to his films, and keep him standing out from the rest of the film workers of his time. Through his talents...

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    Some people say Tim Burton is crazy; however, I think he is a genius. The way he chooses different cinematic techniques to express the feelings in the scene is just brilliant. Two of Burton’s trademarks are bottom lighting, and low angles. Tim Burton uses these cinematic techniques in order to enhance...

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    Tim Burton, an artist, writer, producer, and most essential director, applies creative, quirky, fantastical methods, along with his outsider take on life to each one of his films. Tim Burton manipulates many stylistic techniques across his films to create a distinctive desired effect. One of his most...

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  • Tim Burton

    Tim Burton the director with a dark-mystical style. With every one of his movies you will surely drift off into a world that is unknown to human being’s but is known to the believers. Director Tim burton uses frequent low key lighting and a combination of emotional sad relaxing music to capture the...

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    Tim Burton There are many cinematic techniques that help a movie become entertaining. So everyone uses them. Different elements can create many different moods during a movie and every director has a different way of making a movie. Tim Burton uses lighting and different angles to contrast fantasy with...

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    Cinematic techniques help a movie become more entertaining therefore everyone uses them. Different elements can create different moods. Directors all have unique styles of making movies. Tim Burton uses lighting and different angles to contrast fantasy with reality and show the strength of different...

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  • Tim Burton

    Director: Tim Burton Tim Burton was born August 25, 1958. He began as an artist at an early age, he attended California Institute of the Arts. His drawings got him a job at Disney as an animator. After a few small projects Tim Burton was given his first major project ‘Pee- Wee’s big Adventure’ which...

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    tim burtonTIM BURTON Timothy Walter "Tim" Burton[1] (born August 25, 1958) is an American film director, film producer, writer and artist. He is famous for his dark, quirky-themed movies such as Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Ed Wood, Sleepy Hollow, Corpse Bride...

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    Many cinematic techniques can be used to send a message or create a desired effect in films. Different directors use different techniques. Tim Burton, for example, uses costumes, colors, and sound to portray cheerful and gloomy scenes in the hit films Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Big Fish...

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    talking about different types of sound and lighting among these three movies. How they differentiate and how they are similar. The first cinematic technique I studied while watching these movies was sound. Non-diegetic sound is when the characters cannot hear the music or sound, it is used for foreshadowing...

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    Ashley Carrier Miss Collins English-GS 6th hour 11 March 2014 Romeo & Juliet The book and the movie of Romeo & Juliet had many differences and similarities. The movie was more modern than the book. There were also a few similarities between the two. The book was better than the movie because it...

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    this is very evident is with the works of Tim Burton. Burton has been known to tie in two completely separate concepts to create a very different form of film, one being a dark atmosphere and the other being a romantic, love story. It is easy to observe that Tim Burton’s unique style has been inspired...

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