• 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 burton
    Tim Burton is a very bizarre and unique director. He lives in his characters by putting them in a environment that they don't belong in. in movies such as "Alice in Wonderland", "Charlie and the chocolate factory", and "Edward Scissorhands" they all show how his movies differ from others. Using different...
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  • Tim Burton Style Analysis
    Tim Burton Style Analysis Tim Burton has achieved much fame for his imaginative movies and his quirky remakes of old classics such as Alice, Batman, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It is in Edward Scissorhands though, a heartfelt story about an outsider looking in, that Burton shows off his...
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  • Tim Burton Essay
    creepy ghoul-filled streets of 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...
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  • Style Analysis
    Tim Burton Does our outer appearance segregate everyone else from each other? Film director Tim Burton uses low key lighting, low angle, and music in order to express various dark childhood and gothic cinematic experiences. In his 2005 film Corpse Bride, 2005 film Charlie and the Chocolate...
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  • How Edward Scissors Hands Reflects Tim Burtonas an Auteur
    Tim burton uses many techniques that reflect him as an auteur. Uses clothing’s and colour to juxtapose characters, give them meaning and set a mood. He uses significant turning points to give the character a meaning. There’s contrast between Edwards house and the suburbs to show the differences between...
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  • Corpus Bride
    Corpse Bride Essay Tim Burton uses certain techniques to create a unique outlook on life and people/society. He has a unique visual style and imagination that expresses his inner thoughts. Tim Burton thought as fairy tales to be frightening, abstract stories and...
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  • Tim Burton Comparitive
    critically to significant aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence Achievement Standard English 91480: Tim Burton is an extremely unique and quirky film director, famous for his gothic fantasy styled film, evidently influenced by the Gothic Horror genre of the...
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  • Tim Burton
    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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  • The Tim Burtonization of Alice in Wonderland
    THE TIM BURTONIZATION OF ALICE IN WONDERLAND An essay on Alice in Wonderland Novel by Lewis Caroll Film adaptation by Tim Burton In 1962, film critic Andrew Sarris points out a repeating movement of ideas and images throughout a filmmaker’s body of work. This later on becomes the basis of Auteur...
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  • Essay
    Tim Burton uses diegetic sounds, lighting, and high angles to express his creative cinematic style. He uses these various techniques to show how he differs from other directors styles. His choice of using these techniques relates back to his childhood, Burton was a reclusive child and very different...
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    Jazmyn Lynn Salivio-Topasna-Archuleta O’Leary English. Period Six. January 17th, 2014 Style Analysis Essay Tim Burton applies low-key lighting so he can flood the scene with shadows and darkness, which creates suspense and/or suspicion. For example, in the film “Charlie and The Chocolate Factory”...
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  • Alice & Wonderland, Theme of Bizarre
    selected forms, use of language and film techniques to highlight the bizarre and transform it into a world that seems real. Lewis Carrol uses the form of a fairy tale to describe Alice’s adventure down the rabbit hole, Tim Burton focuses on visual techniques to emphasise the extraordinary or supernatural...
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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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  • Edwqard
    edwae Task: what cinematic techniques does Tim Burton use in Edward Scissorhands to show how Edward is isolated from the rest of society? Edward Scissorhands is directed by Tim Burton. The reason why it is called it Edward Scissorhands because of his hands are not proper hands they are scissors....
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  • Gothic Genre Explored in Tim Burton's Films Essay
    Gothic Genre explored in Tim Burton's films Essay Tim Burton is successful in creating horror films such as Edward Scissor Hands (1990), Nightmare before Christmas (1993) and Sleepy Hollow (1999), through his incorporation of Gothic Elements within the setting, flawed hero and the manifestation...
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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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  • Edward Scissorhands
    Edward Scissorhands directed by Tim Burton included two important structures. One being the Salon scene with sound techniques and visual techniques. The other was the Ice Angel scene which displayed very actual light and costuming. The turning point for Edward was a scene being one of the most important...
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    merchant of venice In the films Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissor Hands, and Batman film director Tim Burton makes his films enjoyable for all ages. In Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, young boy Charlie receives the gift of a lifetime that changes his life forever. In Edward Scissor...
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  • Tim Burton
    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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