How does Thomas Carter demonstrate directors craft techniques in Coach Carter? How do these position the audience? In Coach Carter, Thomas Carter demonstrates many directors craft techniques. Coach Carter is about a new coach at Richmond High School that takes on the basketball team. He does this in the hope to help the players create a better future for themselves. The three directors craft techniques that are demonstrated in this film are costume, camera angles and music. These directors craft techniques are used to manipulate the audience to feel a particular way towards the movie or to help them understand something or someone.
One of the three directors craft techniques that have been demonstrated in Coach Carter is costume. Costume can be used to show a characters personality, show what kind of environment they are in, or make them stand out against everyone else. A good example of this directors craft technique is when Coach Carter is dropping his son, Damian, off at St Frances for school. All of the students in the background, including Damian, are wearing a very smart looking uniform with black leather shoes and ties. It positions the audience to think that it is a private and very expensive school that provides a good education.
It also makes them think that Damian is a very intelligent student that can go very far after he has finished his schooling. Costume is one the directors craft techniques that Thomas Carter has demonstrated in Coach Carter as well as camera angles. Camera angles are another one of the three directors craft techniques that have been demonstrated in Coach Carter. Camera angles can be used to focus in on someone or something, show what direction someone is looking at, make the audience feel like they’re in the scene, exaggerate emotions and many other things.
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An example of the effect that camera angles have on the audience is when Coach Carter is sitting alone in the middle of the gym on a basketball. The camera zooms out far enough so that the audience can see him sitting all by himself in the empty gym. This positions the audience to make them feel that he is isolated from everyone else because he is on his own and that he must feel small and powerless because he looks small sitting alone in the big empty gym. This is how camera angles is demonstrated in Coach Carter. The last directors craft technique that Thomas Carter has demonstrated is music.
The last directors craft technique that Thomas Carter has demonstrated in Coach Carter is music. Music is used to set the tone of a scene and to create mood. It can make a scene seem intense, romantic, inspirational, scary, etc. An example of how music is demonstrated in Coach Carter is the opening scene. In the opening scene, the music used was rap and it seemed very upbeat and aggressive. With this music playing while the scene looks at the neighbourhood that the movie is set in, it positions the audience to make them think that Richmond is a low socio-economic place to be.
It also creates a feeling to what kind of people the characters are and how they act ‘thug’ like. Music is one the directors craft techniques that Thomas Carter has demonstrated in Coach Carter. In conclusion, Thomas Carter demonstrated three directors craft techniques in Coach Carter; Costume, by positioning the audience to think that St Frances is a very rich school. Camera angles, by making Coach Carter seem isolated and small, and music by setting the area where the movie is set. Directors craft techniques are very useful in movies and have a very strong effect on the audience.
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