general statement regarding the mise en scene

5-name of film

2-introduction to paper

2-general statement regarding the mise en scene as it applies to this specific film has been presented

.5-mise en scene has been underlined

1-the first significant scene has been described

.5-a mise en scene term has been identified

.5-the term has been underlined

1-how that term reinforces the scene is communicated

1-the second significant scene has been described

.5-a mise en scene term has been identified

.5-the term has been underlined

1-how that term reinforces the scene is communicated

1-the third significant scene has been described

.5-a mise en scene term has been identified

.5-the term has been underlined

1-how that term reinforces the scene is communicated

2-general statement regarding the cinematography as it applies to this specific film has been presented

.5-cinematography has been underlined

1-the first significant scene has been described

.5-a cinematography term has been identified

.5-the term has been underlined

1-how that term reinforces the scene has been communicated

1-the second significant scene has been described

.5-a cinematography term has been identified

.5-the term has been underlined

1-how that term reinforces the scene has been communicated

1-the third significant scene has been described

.5-a cinematography term has been identified

.5-the term has been underlined

1-how that term reinforces the scene has been communicated

1-the fourth significant scene has been described

.5-a cinematography term has been identified

.5-the term has been underlined

1-how that term reinforces the scene has been communicated

2-a general statement regarding the editing as it applies to this specific film has been presented

.5-editing has been underlined

1-the first significant scene has been described

.5-an editing term has been identified

.5-the term has been underlined

1-how that term reinforces the scene has been communicated

1-the second significant scene has been described

.5-an editing term has been identified

.5-the term has been underlined

1-how that term reinforces the scene has been communicated

1-the third significant scene has been described

.5-an editing term has been identified

.5-the term has been underlined

1-how that term reinforces the scene has been communicated

2-a general statement regarding continuity as it applies to this specific film has been presented

.5-continuity has been underlined

.5-the first example of continuity has been presented

.5-the term that creates the continuity has been underlined

1-scene one that reinforces that continuity has been described

1-scene two that reinforces that continuity has been described

.5-the second example of continuity has been presented

.5-the term that creates the continuity has been underlined

1-scene one that reinforces that continuity has been described

1-scene two that reinforces that continuity has been described

1.5-a conclusion has been developed that wraps up the paper

In the first paragraph identify the film selected and an introduction to what will be discussed in the rest of the paper. Assume that the reader has not seen the film and this is their first introduction to it. What could you say about it in one or two brief sentences that would give some basic understanding of it?

Begin the second paragraph with a general discussion of the mise en scene as it applies to the entire film. This is an introduction to the applications. No terminology other than mise en scene needs to be applied at this point. But, it needs to be applied to this specific film. How does it enhance this particular film? Choose three scenes from the film (ones that are not used in the rest of the paper) that are both significant to the film and feature an aspect of the mise en scene (sets/locations, costumes, properties, make-up, lighting) that clearly reinforces that scene and its importance. Each term should be applied within a different scene. Choose scenes that have importance within the film, as it will make applying the term and discussing the effectiveness of that application easier and more meaningful.

Begin the third paragraph with a general discussion of the cinematography as it applies to the entire film. This is an introduction to the applications. No terminology other than cinematography needs to be applied at this point. But, it needs to be applied to this specific film. How does it enhance this particular film? Choose four different scenes from the film (ones that are not used in the rest of the paper) that are both significant to the film and feature an aspect of the cinematography (close-up, medium shot, long shot, establishing shot, follow shot, high angle shot, low angle shot, subjective point of view, objective point of view, etcetera) that clearly reinforces that scene and its importance. Each term should be applied within a different scene. Choose scenes that have importance within the film, as it will make applying the term and discussing the effectiveness of that application easier and more meaningful.

Begin the fourth paragraph with a general discussion of the editing as it applies to the entire film. This is an introduction to the applications. No terminology other than editing needs to be applied at this point. But, it needs to be applied to this specific film. How does it enhance this particular film? Choose three different scenes from the film (ones that are not used in the rest of the paper) that are both significant to the film and feature an aspect of editing (transitions such as direct cuts, wipes, fades, and dissolves, as well as lengths of cuts, montages, etc.) that clearly reinforces that scene and its importance. Each term should be applied within a different scene. Choose scenes that have importance within the film, as it will make applying the term and discussing the effectiveness of that application easier and more meaningful.

Begin the fifth paragraph with a general discussion of continuity as it applies to the entire film. Use the term continuity in this introduction. In order for continuity to be established repetition needs to be identified. Two examples of continuity are required. For each example identify at least two scenes (ones that are not used in the rest of the paper) that create the repetition of that idea. The examples can be from the mise en scene, cinematography, editing, music, or even the plot. However, terminology must be utilized when making the applications. Remember that you will need two scenes for each example – four scenes in all.

In the final paragraph provide a brief conclusion. This should be a brief conclusion to the paper. Wrap up what you have been discussing clearly. Two sentences should be enough. (part 10 of the above rubric)

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