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"Monsters University" Mise-en-Scene Analysis

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Transcript of "Monsters University" Mise-en-Scene Analysis

Shallow Space
MAA101 Partner Project
Language of Animation & Film

Mise-en-Scene Analysis of "Monsters University"
By Stephanie Sharp & David Fliesen

Lighting
Design

Intensity, Direction, and Quality of Lighting
Use of
Space

Offsreen Space
Characters
Character Design
Props & Furniture
Mood, Time of Day or Night, Season
Color Palette
Deep Space
Acting Style
Costumes
Images & video from Disney.com and MonstersUniversity.com
Mike Wazowski
James P. Sullivan
Art
Don Carlton
Scott Scribbles
Terri & Terry Perry
Dean Hardscrabble
Randy Boggs
Ms. Squibbles
Monster Factoids
Resources
Character Design
Acting Style
Costumes
• Rendering took a record 100 million CPU hours
• Would take 10,000 years to render with a single computer
• Each character on campus has an average of 3.7 eyes
• Earlier title was “Monsters Inc. 2: Lost in Scaradise”
• Pixar went through friendly university-style hazings ranging from cross-dressing as Mrs. Doubtfire to carrying around a cardboard cut-out hunk introduced as a boyfriend.
• Sulley’s fur increased five-fold to 5.5 million individual hairs.
• Darla K. Anderson (producer) & Dan Scanlon (director) (2013). Monsters University [motion picture]. USA: Pixar.
• Darla K. Anderson (producer) & Pete Docter (director) (2001). Monsters Inc. [DVD]. USA: Pixar.
• Velarde, R. (2010). Humor, The Wisdom of Pixar: An Animated look at Virtue (pp 61-73). USA: InterVarsity Press.
• Mello, L. (2013). Web, Den of Geek, 34 geeky things you didn't know about Monsters University. USA.
• Brandom, R. (2013). Web, The Verge, Throwing shade: how Pixar changed the way light works for 'Monsters University' Inside the studio's new Global Illumination system, USA.
• Jacobs, P. (2013). Web, Business Insider, The Real Life Buildings That Helped Inspire The Monsters University Campus, USA.
Environment
Design

Background Design
Mood, Time of Day or Night, Season
Intensity, Direction, and Quality of Lighting
Color Palette
Images from MostersUniversity.com
GLOBAL ILLUMINATION: successful lighting is silent lighting
Buildings
Photorealism
MONSTERFICATION
Yale
Harvard
Main Gate
Monster in Everything
Harvard
Princeton
Berkley
Brown
Monsters University
Shallow Depth of Field
Zoom Shot
Frontality
Resources and Images curtious of:
http://venturebeat.com/
http://collider.com/kori-rae-monsters-university-interview/
monstersuniversity.com
movies.disney.com
turntherightcorner.com

Edge of the Frame
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