- arrangement of scenery and properties to represent the place where a play or movie is enacted
- Mise-en-scène is an expression used in theatre and film to describe the design aspects of a production. It has been called film criticism's "grand undefined term" because the term has many different meanings.
- Alternative spelling of mise en scène
- Physical environment; surroundings; The arrangement of props and actors on a stage or for film
- French term from the theatre that literally means what's put in the scene. In the cinema it refers to the elements of a shotthe set, the props, the actors, the use of color and lightand the way these elements are composed or choreographed.
- This means the way in which objects, scenery and the location are shown by using light and dark, pattern, colour, camera position and angle, and movement within the frame. ...
- The costumes, scenery, and other properties of a drama. Herbert Beerbohm Tree was renowned for the elaborate mises en scene of his lavish Shakespearean productions at His Majesty's Theatre between 1897 and 1915.
- An image's setting, subject (usually people or characters), and composition (the arrangement of setting and subjects within the frame).
- unlike montage, this is physically what is in a shot or scene and does not involve editing. It can involve camera movement and focus, placement of people or objects, and other elements a director can make happen on the set rather than later on in the editing process.
- the setting, decor, or mood of a performance
- A term used in reference to the staging of a scene in a play or film when considering as a whole the settings, the arrangements of the actors in relation to the setting, the lighting, etc. ...
- Literally 'Put on Stage', but this varies from country to country and from cinema to the theatre. In its narrowest sense in the cinema it means everything that is in front of the camera at an instant in time. It encompasses design, the actors, their voices and sounds on stage. ...
- In television and theatre, dramatic tension and meaning is created through the total picture created at any given moment by the use of: the actorís voice and movement, costume, props, set, and lighting. ...
- Arrangement of all the elements in a stage picture at a given moment or throughout a performance.
- "The putting on stage" of a play, including the setting, scenery, direction, and acting (blocking).
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