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Transcript of HUGO

Martin Scorsese
Original Sound Track
The Making of Hugo Film Score
Elements in the music

There are about 88 musicians who were involved with the process of the film score.

Incorporated a 1920's electric instrument
called the Ondes martinot

The songs were inspired from a Cafe Orchestra from the 20's


Howard Shore

Themes
What Do You Think?
Character Development
HUGO
Mise-en-scène
What is Mise-en-Scene?
-According to Gabe Moura, it is a French term that means “Placing on stage”

-Frame

-Camera work

-Anything in the frame is mise-en-scene

















Moura, Gabe. "Elements of Cinema." Elements of Cinema. N.p., 1 July 2014. Web. 25 Jan. 2016.
Elements of Mise-en-Scene
-Lighting: What is being emphasized? What is being hidden?
-set design: What is dominantly in the forground, midground, and background?
-Costume: do they fit in with whats happening?
-Location: Why is it happening here?

Identify the elements! Why are they important?
-Lighting
-Set Design
-Costume
-Location
Moura, Gabe. "Elements of Cinema." Elements of Cinema. N.p., 1 July 2014. Web. 25 Jan. 2016.
"Hugo Pictures." Aceshowbiz.com. ACESHOWBIZ.com, n.d. Web. 25 Jan. 2016.


"Hugo Pictures." Aceshowbiz.com. ACESHOWBIZ.com, n.d. Web. 25 Jan. 2016.


Kolker, Robert. "MISE-EN-SCENE." Userpages.umbc.edu. Umbc, n.d. Web. 27 Jan. 2016.Jan. 2016.
Kolker, Robert. "MISE-EN-SCENE." Userpages.umbc.edu. Umbc, n.d. Web. 27 Jan. 2016.Jan. 2016.
Hugo Cabret
Georges Meiles
Isabelle
Hugo is played by Asa Butterfield and is a character that is looked down on by outsiders in the beginning of the movie as he is a "ORPHAN, CLOCK KEEPER, AND THIEF."
Hugo grows throughout the movie and has big changes at certain points.
All photos in the character development category are from
http://www.aceshowbiz.com/hugo/pictures/
One of the major turning points is when
Isabelle and Hugo go to the movies. It doesn't follow the book exactly as they don't get snuck in by Etienne but it is still a big moment for Hugo. This is when Hugo really becomes friends with Isabelle and begins to let go of his solitude and begins to let go of his father.
Another big development for
Hugo is when he finishes the automaton. This is when he truly lets go of his father. He completes the Automaton without his father and without his father's notebook. He also becomes much closer to Isabelle which is symbolized by the key that is given to Hugo from Isabelle. This part is a little different from the novel which may mean that Scorsese is trying to build some of his own symbolism.
Mini Bio
MUSIC
Symbolism
"About Hugo Cabret." http://theinventionofhugocabret.com/about_hugo_intro.htm., n.d. Web. 31 Jan. 2016.
The greatest supporting role within Hugo is played by Chloe Moretz as Isabelle. Scorsese consistently build's on her character throughout the movie. Isabelle acts as a sidekick to Hugo. She understands him and wants to help. She's an orphan just like him and knows what its like.
Scorsese really starts to build Isabelle
as a character when she first meets Hugo and she is first introduced. He shows how curious she is and how adventurous she can be. She continues to grow and grow throughout the movie and become closer to Hugo based off of the initial viewing.
Isabelle really begins to change when the automaton signs the bottom of the drawing. She turns from a curious girl to a private investigator. She begins to take significant actions on her curiosities. The fact that her Godfather was involved in the automaton drove her curiosity to a new level and she became a stronger character because of it.
Film Score is background music, or film music originally written specifically to accompany the film.
Georges is a character played by Ben Kingsley. Scorsese first introduces him as a grumpy old man that olds a toy shop. In the beginning of the movie he has very little role despite his importance.
Georges really changes when all the paintings came crashing out of the armoire. When he is told how much the public respects the remainings of his films, his self esteem sky-rockets. He becomes his former self and realizes that his hard work is appreciated. He took a little convincing but his changed was the largest in the entire movie. At this point in the movie Scorsese basically makes him the main character of the movie because of the severity of his importance. Scorsese reveals the entire history of Georges shortly after and the old grumpy main changes into one of the most revolutionary directors of all time.
Canadian Composer who writes film scores.

Born on October 18, 1946 and is now 69 yrs old.

Composed over 80 films.

Most known for Lord of the Rings Film scores:
Three Academy Awards, four Grammy Awards, two Golden Globes as well as numerous critic’s and festival awards.

21 tracks, Released on November 22, 2011 (right before the film)

The Hugo score is based around a family of primary musical themes. “The themes are used for clarity of storytelling and they develop over the course of the film,”

Most popular rated track: The Theif at 4 min 20.




Hugo. Dir. Martin Scorsese. 2011.
Selznick, Brian. The Invention of Hugo Cabret: A Novel in Words and Pictures. New York: Scholastic, 2007. Print.
Martin Scorsese was first introduced to
Hugo
by his wife.

He identifed with Hugo because of their similar childhoods.

By his own accont, he spent much of his adult life battling anger.
The whole world is a machine.
Everything is interconnected.

What is broken can be mended.
Goes deeper into this with the Station Inspector.

Everybody has a story.

The transformative power of love.
The Hugo of the movie is much more receptive to kindness.

Some Relationships:
Time VS. Art; Imagination VS. Everyday Life
What symbolism did you notice?
There are several statues placed throughout the movie, most noticably the addition of the graveyard in front of Georges' house. What do you think these statues symbolize?
"Ms.Morgan at the movies": Hugo. N.p., n.d. Web 01 Feb 2016
Lee, Spike. "MArtin Scorsese." Interview Magazine. N.p., 25 Nov. 2008
"Martin Scorsese's Childhood Home."N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Feb 2016
Usborne, Simon. "Martin Scorsese's Open Letter to His 14-year-old Daughter, Francesca."
The Independent.
Indipendent Digital News and Media, 08 Jan. 2014. Web. 01 Feb. 2016
All of these images are screen shots I took myself:
Scorsese, Martin, John Logan, Graham King, Tim Headington, Johnny Depp, Robert Richardson, Thelma Schoonmaker, Howard Shore, Ben Kingsley, Cohen S. Baron, Asa Butterfield, Chloë Moretz, Ray Winstone, Emily Mortimer, Christopher Lee, Helen McCrory, Michael Stuhlbarg, la T. F. De, Richard Griffiths, Jude Law, and Brian Selznick. Hugo. Hollywood, CA: Distributed by Paramount Home Entertainment, 2012.

"Martin Scorsese on "Hugo": A Very Personal Film." <i>CBSNews</i>. CBS Interactive, n.d. Web. 01 Feb. 2016.
"One particular instrument that I thought would be ideal to use in “Hugo” was the Ondes Martenot, an electric instrument that was developed during the 1920’s, which is the same period the movie’s set in. You might call it a French Theremin. And since the movie was dealing with mechanical inventions of the period, the Ondes fit perfectly into “Hugo”’s world."
Schweiger, Daniel. "Interview With Howard Shore." Interview. Web log post. Interview With Howard Shore. Film Music Magazine, 5 Dec. 2011. Web. 30 Jan. 2016. <http://www.filmmusicmag.com/?p=8894>.
"Howardshore.com." Howardshorecom RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 03 Feb. 2016. <http://www.howardshore.com/>.
"HoweRecords." HoweRecords. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2016. <http://howerecords.com/hugo/>.
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