• Camera and Lighting
    MODULE 201 Module co-ordinator – Ayesha Sruti Ahmed, 216, D Group members and work alloted: TOPIC | NAME | ROLL NO | SECTION | The spectator | Mayank Susngi | 243 | D | Direction | Saloni DandavateSiddhi Bhopale | 297356 | BA | Editing | Mehernaz Jila | 208 | A | Scriptwriting | Guneet...
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  • How does neil Marshall use cinematography and lighting to demonstrate symbolism and intertextual references in The Descent?
    How does neil Marshall use cinematography and lighting to demonstrate symbolism and intertextual references in The Descent? In this essay I'm going to write about how elements of lighting and cinematography are used to build suspense throughout the film. The Descent is about six women who...
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  • In the Mood for Interior Design
    Kathryn Terry Professor Mooney Eng105N 5 March, 2012 In the Mood for Interior Design There are many things that affect one’s mood in the world. Mood seems like something simple that people can change themselves. But, in fact, mood is affected by more than just the people around...
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  • Lighting
    Directional lighting simply means lighting that travels in a specific direction. While general lighting provides even, overall illumination, directional lighting highlights a specific object or work surface. It is also usually provided by a stronger light source.  Used alone or in conjunction wi...
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  • Mood and Atmosphere
    n Sue Monk Kidd’s The Secret Life of Bees, the passage on page 79 in chapter 4, the morning after Lily and Rosaleen arrive at the calendar sister’s house, is a passage that has great impasses on the mood and atmosphere. To do that, the passage uses multiple imagery to describe the area and the t...
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  • Lighting
    LIGHTING Lighting includes the use of both artificial light sources such as lamps and light fixtures, as well as natural illumination by capturing daylight.Thus, it comprises of both daylight and artificial light. In artificial illumination, light reaches at a work counter either directly from...
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  • How Music Effects Mood and Perception in Motion Pictures
    Music is a fundamental necessity in the world that we live in today. We all implement music in our everyday lives whether it's professionally or solely for entertainment purposes. Some people build careers on music as musicians, composers, singers, or teachers while the latter of us just need musi...
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  • To What Extent Does the Mise-En-Scene in ‘Night of the Hunter’ Reinforce an Understanding of the Film's Mood, Character and Narrative Themes?
    To what extent does the Mise-en-Scene in ‘Night of the Hunter’ reinforce an understanding of the film's mood, character and narrative themes? The term Mise-en-Scene is used to signify the director’s control over what happens in the film frame. In English the phrase literally translates to â...
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  • Analysing the Lighting Techniques
    Just like with human eyes, a camera can only capture the images for a scene through light. Whether using available or natural lighting of the surroundings or using professional lighting equipment, every production requires a suitable lighting design according to the needs of the film's story and the...
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  • Wong Kar Wai's "In the Mood for Love"
    IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE Set in front of the conservative backdrop of 1960's Hong Kong, Wong Kar Wai's In the Mood for Love tells the intimate tale of two people who, by fate, seem to land themselves in each other's company due to the common bond of the absence of their spouses. The plot of the film i...
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  • Full Metal Jacket And Lighting
    Full Metal Jacket And Lighting Stanley Kubrick typically had worked with John Alcott in cinematography. However, Alcott’s right hand man - Douglas Milsome – made his debut in cinematography working on Kubrick’s film Full Metal Jacket in 1987. Full-Metal Jacket has a wide range of...
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  • Symbolism, Tone and Mood
    Symbolism, Tone and Mood: An Overview and Review What is a symbol? • A symbol is an ordinary object, event, person,  animal, or color to which we have attached a special  meaning and significance. • So, symbolism is simply the act of attaching inner meaning toÂ...
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  • Lighting
    Lighting Like the human eye, the camera cannot see well without a certain amount of light. Because it is actually not objects we see but the light that is reflected off the objects, manipulating the light on objects influences the way we perceive them on-screen. The purposeful control of light an...
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  • Lighting for Video
    DSGN 200 - Media Aesthetics 3 Carson Hegedus Oct. 7th Rich Miller Introduction Light is a fundamental part of video recording. It enables media professionals to shape their subjects and the environment they are in. There are many different elements to light. These elements range from the c...
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  • Lighting and Themes in 127 Hours
    There are plenty of films based on a true story and various ways to use lighting as a part of Mise en Scéne to make all of those films seem more realistic or in sometimes unrealistic whichever is the director’s and cinematographer’s take on the story. Danny Boyle’s take on Aron Ralston’s tr...
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  • How Is Mood, Genre, Subject Matter, Characters and Plot Development Set Up in the Opening Scene of Ma Vie En Rose?
    My Life in Pink/Ma Vie en rose (Alain Berliner, 1997) To what extent does the opening sequence of the film prepare the audience for what is to follow in terms of genre, subject matter, mood, characters and plot development? Although French by language, ‘Ma Vie En Rose’ is directed by Belgian...
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  • Optics and Lighting
    Abstract The following report details the method of approach taken to completing a research project on the subject of visual technology in a film production. Using an original script, a production is to be made, entitled Armstrong which will serve as a vehicle to conduct practical rese...
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  • What Type of Performance Space Would You Choose to Stage the Extract You Were Given from the Extract You Were Given from ‘Yerma’? How Would You Use Set and Lighting in This Space to Communicate the Play's Themes to an Audience.
    What type of performance space would you choose to stage the extract you were given from the extract you were given from ‘Yerma’? How would you use set and lighting in this space to communicate the play’s themes to an audience. Yerma is a play written by Frederico Garcia Lorca, and is set in...
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  • Lighting Paper
    I have been going to malls ever since I could remember; I always had my favorite stores normally due to their products. However, recently I have been very interested in how the stores were set up visually, including lighting, fixtures, and music. Throughout this quarter, I have learned so...
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  • Film
    Third cinema : -What is Third Cinema...Definition, uniqueness and Historical Background. and Why it took place? What is Third Cinema? Third Cinema (Spanish: Tercer Cine) - Latin American film movement (started in the 1960s-70s ) - aesthetic and political project ,which - princi...
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