Film Study - Mise-en-Scene

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Mise-en-Scene is a powerful technique used in film (and on stage). Meaning "placement on stage", it's about the way people, objects, colour, lighting etc are placed in a single shot. The way elements are used in that shot tell a significant story so it's important that your students can analyse this. This PDF comes in two sizes - one for your screen/projector, but also one to print as I think you'll want to give students a printed copy of the example provided (an analysed shot from the film "The Dressmaker"). This is designed primarily for high school students.

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