Miss Dorn graced the television set with such poise. There are many things you can learn about Fran Dorn’s personal life.
Dorn states that she has her Master’s degree in theater. Some of the books in her collection include “Busy Timmy”, and the “The Velveteen Rabbit”.
She also said that she went to a Graduate School in New York for three years. On the day Dorn graduated from Graduate School, she bought herself a book to celebrate. The store’s clerk asked her if she wanted it wrapped as a gift for someone.
She explained it was only for her, and the clerk wrapped it up.
As Scott breaks through the barricade created by Ken and partner, he launches into a freestyle routine.
The camera immediately begins behaving in a similar fashion.After watching just one of these telecourse videos, I’ve come to learn a lot about Miss Dorn.With that said, I would like to share with you some of the bits and pieces I have come to learn. Do these videos tell you anything about her personal life? ” The one thing you could tell about Miss Dorn right away was that she was a very intelligent woman.Camera movement plays an important role in creating the ^feel^ of a movie.This is evident in ^Strictly Ballroom^, particularly in the dance sequences.It moves around the room freely and spontaneously, capturing long continuous shots of Scott.This reinforces the sense in the viewer that neither Scott nor the camera is following any set plan or steps.At the beginning of the film, the editing is very sharp, as it quickly shoots from a musical scene with Scott dancing, to what appears to be a "one on one" interview with certain characters of the film.This allows the audience to interact and to become more familiar with the characters.What Characteristics of this film do you think have led to its success? Strictly Ballroom, directed by Australia's own Baz Luhrmann, is one of the most successful movies of all time.The characteristics of this film, which have led to its worldwide success, are the editing and the style of directing that Baz Luhrmann present's to the audience, as well as the characters and the storyline of the film.