how to examine a movie
by agbo sandrose
`Things You'll Need: `
Movie or perhaps scene (DVD or VHS)
Standard knowledge of film
Ability to stop, rewind, and enjoy scene several times Step 1
`When choosing a picture to analyze, you need to choose anything from a film you know well. It's extremely important that you've viewed the entire film before and know it very well. In order analyze the directorial choices, you must know the story well. Also, make sure the scene is no more than a couple minutes very long. A great deal can happen in that amount of time, and it is preferable to spend time taking a look at a small piece closely. ` Step 2 `Make a list of those things you want to seek out. Shots and cuts to begin with. Pay attention to what type of shot the overseer is using for each frame. Why is it a good shot? For what reason? Why from that angle? What else with the frame that could be important to the story besides the actor or actress? These are a few of the basic things should try to find when you start. ` Step 3 Take in serious consideration the style. See the frame from the scene like a painting. Can it seem more dark than usual? Where is a light received from? Does presently there seem to be a dominant color in shape, does everythinglook brownish or perhaps grayish? So why would the director and cinematographer decide on the scene like this? Exactly what does it indicate for the storyline? Step 4 `How does the scene move? Exist a lot of cuts? Does the camera skillet or focus in and out? How come would the camera end up being doing that at that moment inside the story. ` Step 5 `Sound? What otherwise can you listen to in the landscape besides the actor's voice. Why are those appears necessary. Are they necessary? If we are supposed to land on a street, do we need to hear street noises? Or can we perform without them. Will be the sounds removing or adding anything to the scene? ` Step 6 Finally, do you go along with these selections? Just because it might be a great motion picture, doesn't indicate every single...