Directing and Producing a Movie
Watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/
What I want you to do: After you have watched the video above and read Chapter 6 (Director and Producer) pretend that you have been hired to direct a production of “A Doll’s House” – how would you answer the questions below using what you have learned in the chapter and what you read in “A Doll’s House”?
Questions to answer:
1. Describe the Style of the Production that you would incorporate if you were a Traditional Director for “A Doll’s House”
2. What is the spine/main action of the play “A Doll’s House”? What would your directorial concept be?
3. Define the difference between a Traditional Director and an Auteur Director and which type of director do you think would work best for “A Doll’s House”?
4. The Movement, Pace and Rhythm of a production are very important. If you were directing of “A Doll’s House” what pace or rhythm would you want to give to the production?
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Answer preview for the paper on “Describe the Style of the Production that you would incorporate if you were a Traditional Director for “A Doll’s House”………….
The style of production I would incorporate to create an insightful video and improve the overall outcome of the film is the mise-en-scene. In this case, I will consider the compositional elements in the movie like the audio-visuals. For example, I would change the tone of Torvald’s voice where he tells Nora that “I have often wished that you might be threatened by some great danger so that I might risk my life, blood, and everything for your sake” (Garland) from harsh to a romantic one. To ensure the film achieve its goals by the way it looks, I would incorporate the cinematography techniques which focuses on the shots. For example, I would go for a long shot to display the full view of Torvald house when Nora is playing with the children. Then a close shot to show Nora’s facial expression when Krogstad blackmails her into exposing her secret to the grumpy husband……..
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