Definitions for "Mise en scène"
Keywords:  scenery, theatre, props, drama, costume
All the elements of a shot that create mood, tone, and atmosphere; often contributes to genre or the perspective of a particular director (auteur)
(Adapted from film and stage scenography) 'Staging'. The scenery of radio. Locations, spaces and perspectives for all formats (genres) of radio, but also including style and mode (as realism, non-realism, etc.). For radio drama, this involves representation of the play scene, its composition, 'set dressing' and perspective, and the characters' behaviour and movement in that environment, and style. Film criticism emphasises 'mise en scène' as a director's expressive style.
arrangement of scenery and properties to represent the place where a play or movie is enacted
the arrangement of the visual elements within the frame of the film