[Solved]Using a minimum of 400 words of analysis, explore the mise-en-scène of WILLIE WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY the movie (1971). Exp
Using a minimum of 400 words of analysis, explore the mise-en-scène of WILLIE WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY the movie (1971). Explain how this mise-en-scène reveals character, shapes audience feeling/s, and performs at least one other function discussed in the lecture. Please provide specific examples from the film to support your argument.
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1. Mise-en-scene: a film’s visual information 2. Setting: the creation of space
a. Set: controlled environment
b. Location: existing space
c. Prop: object with function in ongoing action
3. Color: variable meaning (cultural associations)
4. Costume, Hair, Makeup: Humans as mise-en-scene 5. Lighting: shaping (creating) the space
a. quality, direction, source and color of light
b. 3 point lighting system: key, fill and back lights
c. high key lighting: little difference between key and fill
d. low key lighting: significant difference between key and fill
6. Functions of mise-en-scene
a. b. c. d. e. f.
establish time and space of story reveal character
shape audience attention
shape audience feeling(s)
reveal subject of film reveal theme of film