How can a director use the camera work and lighting to evoke emotions in film? Think of a film during which your emotions changed. How might this change have been influenced by the cinematography? Consider landscapes, mood lighting, light and color emphasizing faces or actions, etc. Explain your answer in about 200 words.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 3:35 am ad1c9bdddf
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As you validate how can a director use the camera work and lighting to evoke emotions in film, one can use brightness to show a lively tone or mood among characters or setting or darkness to create suspense, foreboding, or psychological tension, etc.
As you think of a film during which your emotions changed and how this change was influenced by the cinematography, I use Drive as an ...
The effects of film lighting are briefly articulated in this solution.
Movie critique guidance is given.
In this assignment, choose one of the films you have viewed so far and be a movie critic and report your findings to the public.
â?¢ Address the following:
o Describe the mise en scéne of the film.
o Do you feel the editing was appropriate? Why?
o Was the sound use effective or ineffective? Why?
o What feelings, if any, did the score elicit?
o Describe the filmâ??s cinematography.
o How was the film placed in context?
o What personal influences or biases do you have that affected your opinion?
o Identify the filmâ??s genre.
o Was this film enjoyable? Why or why not?
o How has this class changed your opinion on film?
o What would your recommendation and star ratingâ?"on a scale of one being bad and four being goodâ?"be for this movie?
â?¢ Format your critique consistent with APA guidelines.
â?¢ Use examples to support your writing.