Jacopo Canevas Tim Burton Jacopo Caneva

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Published: August 6th 2014

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138 pages


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Jacopo Canevas Tim Burton  by  Jacopo Caneva

Jacopo Canevas Tim Burton by Jacopo Caneva
August 6th 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 138 pages | ISBN: | 8.26 Mb

Tim Burton tells the weird world of imagination, the narrow line between dream and reality. He is a nostalgic kid who observes where everybody things there is nothing to see. He creates surreal monster, ghosts, he divides and makes up the reality, and he paints it with unexpected dark and bright colors. He fears the conformism because there is no space for fantasy in there.

There are disturbing discolored petrified non-places, and characters with horrifying feelings and kids with a dangerous fantasy. There must be a reason if most of Burton’s fans are teenagers: kids with a Jack Skeletron tattoo, or girls who love Sweeney Todd, and not to mention Halloween when everyone can be the Corpse Bride or Edward Scissorhands. Nowadays teens do not identify with Disney anymore and cannot feel the Spielberg nostalgia for their lost childhood.

In this narrow line there is the young author of this book. He looks at Burton’s movie with an accurate bewitch method. He is a passionate fan of his beloved inspirational director.One can almost know anything about Burton movie, but Jacopo’s perspective is very catchy since he gets rid of all those complication that Burton demolishes in his movies. Burton fairytales can also be read as melancholic bewitched scores with a slow cadence.

Brilliant harp, harmony and composition student Jacopo aims to analyze also all the soundtracks, mostly by Elfman. He reads Burton’s poetic under a new musical perspective.



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