Sunday February 23 2020

MOVIES 101: Session 1 - Mis-en-Scene
Part of Movies 101: How Films Communicate

Sun, Feb 23 12:01 PM (179 min)
Sunday, February 23 at 12:00 PM at the Michigan! Registration open now.

Mise-en-Scene is a term that refers to everything in the implied world of the film. This includes people, costumes, sets, props, lighting, some sound, color and the way these elements are viewed through the camera’s lenses as it moves about. We will look at various approaches to mise-en-scene including selections from Casablanca, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Double Indemnity, Saving Private Ryan, and Mr. Turner. Following the lecture, we will screen Casablanca in its entirety.
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