This is a comprehensive guide to mise-en-scene. With nearly 90 pages of content and at over 20,000 words, you’ll not find a guidebook, resource or textbook that is as detailed, as insightful or as adaptable as this.
The booklet is separated into the generally regarded aspects of mise-en-scene and also includes explorations of composition and art direction.
Each section includes detailed explanations, expert analysis and insight, dozens of tasks, dozens of images, links to hundreds of videos on YT, a mini-glossary for students to complete and assessments.
Your download will consist of an editable Microsoft Word version and a HQ PDF version for you to print whatever pages may be relevant to you and your needs. It’s also a great resource to copy information from and then paste into whatever work you need to set or deliver. This means that you can use this electronic text book as a guide for you as the teacher, as a resource for students to use in the classroom, to be broken up and used as individual worksheets, for revision, for homework, for remote learning or for students who are self-isolating and unable to be in lessons in person.
Written by an experienced teacher, examiner and CPD presenter with extensive experience in writing guides for film studies, I guarantee that this resource will prove to be an invaluable tool for you and your students and worth every penny.