02. Visual Storytelling and the Grammar of Filmmaking, Part II

FILMMAKING AND SOUND - HOW SOUND EFFECTS SHAPE A FILM - HOW MUSIC SHAPES A FILM - HOW THE SPOKEN WORD SHAPES A FILM - SOUND AND THE FILM SCENE - LIGHTING AND FILM - THE SYMBOLIC USE OF LIGHTING - BLACK AND WHITE VERSUS COLOUR

Much like a written or spoken language, the visual language of film is a collection of signs. In the case of movies, these signs are not just the words we hear spoken by characters, but also the various kinds of shots, lighting styles, editing techniques, sound design, special effects, acting styles, and storytelling techniques that filmmakers have at their disposal. This guide introduces the concepts and implications of sound, music, dialogue and lighting — crucial keys to any solid film analysis.

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