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Cinematography, Sound and Editing Worksheet
Part I: Examining Cinematography
Film: The Dark Knight by Christopher Nolan
Discuss your film’s point of
The Dark Knight film uses a third person omniscient point
view where the director, Christopher Nolan brings into life
the feelings and thoughts of different. The film jumps
backwards in time as each scene unfolds to reveal the
mystery in its protagonist’s past.
How are camera angles used
Camera angles within the film are used to bring out traits of
within your film? Be sure to
different characters and develop the audience understanding
point to at least two specific
of the respective characters (Sikov, 2009). For instance,
straight angles are used to allow the audience engage with
the scene. Low camera angle is used in the party scene to
present Joker as a dominant and intimidating character as
well as help the viewers understand why Batman is feared so
much by the Gotham’s criminal society. Low angle
positioning is also used at the car park scene to bring out the
heroic and dominant nature of the villain as he enters the
scene, stands inside the van and appears taller and
dominating than his henchmen (In Furby & In Joy, 2015).
Discuss how your film is
The Dark Knight film is framed in an IMAX format together
with an aspect ratio of (1.44:1). The film utilized the 35mm
print in several scenes that were then cropped to match with
the 35mm footage from rest of the film whose aspect ratio
was (2.35:1). The Imax frame version provides a larger and
more resolution space, up to 10 times that helps to create a
sharper and denser image (Jacobs, 2011).
Discuss one scene and depth of The car park scene is one of the most significant scenes that
follows the opening scene. Th...