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Mise en Scene

Mise en Scene

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Published by: Julie Thrasher on Mar 02, 2011
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Analysing Images
Introduction to Film Language
Mise-En-Scene
 
Mise-En-Scene
‡ «is a French term meaning
what is put into a scene or frame
‡ «is made up of visual information in
front 
of the camera‡ «communicates essential information to the audienceabout setting (time & place) and characters‡ «is made up of 5 elements: Can you guess what theyare?
 
T
he 5 Elements of Mise en Scene
‡ Settings & Props‡ Costume, Hair & Make Up‡ Facial Expressions & Body Language‡ Lighting & Colour ‡ Positioning of characters/objects within theframe
E
ach aspect of mise-en-scene creates meaningsand communicates themto the audience,influencing how we arefeel at a certain point

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