- Mise-en-scene (setting, lighting, movement, costume & make-up)
- Cinematography (depth, framing, camera angles, camera movement)
- Editing (Ordering events, time and space, continuity, graphic and rhythmic editing)
- Sound (Diegetic and non-diegetic)
Some suggested phrases for the Sequence Analysis
- This sequence analysis will cover the time of 42.30 – 45.30 in the film __________, directed by ___________. The film was released in __________ (year).
- In the start of this sequence we can see _______
- It is clear that the director is trying to display__________ by using _________
- It’s interesting to note that ___________.
- The theme of __________ occurs throughout the film, but is very clear at time _________.
- Though most viewers would fail to recognise the _________, the director is attempting to convey the feeling of _________.
- Throughout the film the motif of __________ is strong, especially at time between __________ and _________ when we can see _______.
- As can be seen with the use of_______ the director is implying __________.
- Finally, the theme of ________ can once again be seen with the _________.