In Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, how does he use film technique to emphasise Alice’s bland, ridged and depleted ‘real’ world?
Tim Burton has directed movies like Charlie and the chocolate factory, Edward Scissorhands, Big Fish, and many more. He is known for his unique style which is dark humor. He uses many techniques to create different moods or feelings you wouldn't usually feel .Tim Burton uses flashback, shot'reverse'shot, and camera movements to create different types of mood.
In today 's society, sexism is evident in various parts of our everyday lives. Despite this, women are constantly breaking barriers and stereotypes that stem from what society deems to be feminine qualities. In the past, women have constantly proven their capabilities and that they are just as good as men. Yet, men continue to try to dominate and have control over women. Lewis Carroll proves this fact through a young and innocent heroine’s journey with the reoccurring themes of anti-feminism, unequal treatment of women, and the gender roles dictated by society. In the fantasy novel, Alice 's Adventures in Wonderland, written by Lewis Carroll, there are numerous occasions where power inequality between men and women are profound through
The creation of Tim Burton's style is more complex than what meets the eye. There are many components within each film that help develop his style. In one case, Burton uses many different cinematic techniques throughout his films to create his dark, eerie style.
The people within society often find themselves choosing each other’s paths in life based on someone’s living situation or background. Tim Burton, the director of Edward Scissorhands and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, has an opposing view of what society says about this topic. In an interview he stated, “If I’d said, I’m going to be a director, it probably wouldn’t have happened.” He expresses that whenever society chooses someone’s path in life as a young child those plans will most likely fall through. By incorporating contrasting settings and outcast protagonists in his films, Tim displays that young people truly find themselves when they deviate from the path society has carved for them.
Tim Burton is the director behind a lot of well-known movies in the cinema. Most of it have a special effect of dark, mysterious, complicated feeling for the audience that linger for a long time. After Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, and Big Fish, it is proven how talented Mr. Burton is in driven the audience mood anywhere possible and impossible without any notices. Tim Burton movies have a unique style because he uses elements that both contrast and complement each other like fairy tales, dark and grotesque elements.
Tim Burton, renowned for his incorporation of gothic styling into many of his films, throughs characters and themes to establish his noticeable signature in his films. In, Frankenweenie and Edward Scissorhands, the use of socially incompatible characters, unique identity traits, and juxtaposition to express the gothic identity with a sense of german expressionism, which he learnt while studying in film school, associated with Tim burton therefore revealing him as an auteur. This is done in order to communicate burton’s societal concerns of identity and non-conformity. The Statement, “When you direct a film, that’s more of your signature than writing”, is closely related to both films as revealed with Burton’s distinguishable gothic style.
Tim Burton is a unique American filmmaker that grew up watching horror movies, and even lived near a cemetary. He was surely a self admitted oddball. However, Tim's style always seems to appear in any movie he directs. A few movies are Edward scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Corpse Bride. These movies represent his interests, inspirations, and life experiences. Some of Tim's techniques are different, with a touch of darkness, and suspense to create his style of flashbacks, gothic theme, and irony.
Every film director and writer is unique and talented in their own ways. An advocate of that statement is a well-known movie producer in the Disney franchise, named Tim Burton. Not only is he talented in directing and writing movies, but he is also an animator and artist. He started his career in 1984; and today, he has impacted the movie industry with various unforgettable films that are still being talked about today. His unique sense of style and technique in each of his films is what makes Tim Burton a distinct film director and writer. He is known for his fantasy themed movies that displays a sense of horror, gothic, mysterious, and dark characters and scenes that lures the audience in. A few popular films that truly presents his movie style are Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Big Fish, and Edward Scissorhands. All three movies have different key elements that ties in the style of Tim Burton’s movies such as, manipulated music/sound,
Tim Burton is a famous film director who has an uncommon design for his films. In many of the movies Tim Burton has directed tends to have suspenseful and gloomy moods. Some filmes Burton has directed are Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, and Big Fish. In these films there are many related cinematic techniques used to create mood, tone, and many others.
Have you ever watched a Tim Burton film and thought to yourself what are his influences? Many of his movies are very different from other directors especially the characters. There are not many characters in other films comparable to stop motion films such as Nightmare Before Christmas or Beetlejuice. Then you also think about what made Burton interested in Johnny Depp's characters such as Edward Scissorhands or Mad Hatter. One of the first times Burton experienced stop motion film was growing up watching Harryhausen's Jason and the Argonauts in the 1960's. (Tapley) As far as the monsters in these films I believe that they were shown a certain way to make you believe it and make the character more interesting. Ray Harryhausen was an influence to Tim Burton for his films
Throughout the different genres of literature, archetypes have always been a constant. They have provided a framework for readers and writers to follow. They have also allowed them to create and relate to the characters, settings and happening of the worlds that are confined to the page. The Oxford English Dictionary defines archetypal as being the "motifs, which recur in mythologies, fairy tales, and by extension of any pervasive symbolic representation. " Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is no exception.
New movies are put into the video that boys are mainly taught to defeat the obstacle and receive the reward, however it's not showing what happens afterwards girls with movies like Brave Hunger Games and Alice in Wonderland they are seeing strong powerful woman in a male-dominated world. Your boys watching movies like pics are there really only teach how to be friends with a man for having a relationship between the boys and their father they never show how to interact with females around them and have a relationship slash friendship with them.
Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland creates a warped reality, causing each character’s identity to become confused. An exception to this confusion of identity is the Cheshire Cat, who shows an uncanny awareness of his own madness, giving him considerable control over his presence and allowing him to occasionally leave only a grin behind. Alice, contrarily, is strewn all over as she loses herself in Wonderland. In Wonderland, all are “mad,” but to Alice this is preposterous, even as she fails to explain who she is – both to herself and to others. Carroll’s juxtaposition of the Cheshire Cat and Alice in their first meeting scene exaggerates Alice’s insecure identity and its development throughout her adventures in Wonderland.