The Film Industry Analysis

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A group of carefree teenage girls is going to see a movie at the movie theater to escape the stress of the world by going to see a comedy movie. As they sit watching the comedy movie, they forget about all the problems they’re dealing with in society, being distracted by the crazy antics on the screen. This is one example of how movies impact people in a positive way because it’s a good escape from reality and brings people closer together with friends or family. Filming production has positively impacted society by the large population, it affects and the amount of money being generated through its effects, and although there are many controversies surrounding the filming industry’s use of violence to snare viewers, the future of technology …show more content…
The Film Industry history is very interesting because it 's great how it has evolved into what we know it is as of today. For example, the early development of cinema played a significant role in the United States since the US is “the birth of cinema”. American cinema back then was separated into four main periods: the Silent Era, Classical Hollywood cinema, New Hollywood, and the Contemporary period after 1890 (New World Encyclopedia 2013). The Silent Era started in 1895 around the time of the earliest American film and was primarily for the “working class”. Because they told stories without words, they appealed to the large, mostly unable to read or write (immigrants) population in the United States. After 1900, film became more of a middle class event. Classical Hollywood Cinema started in 1930 and this was a transition from silent movies to movies with sound. The Classical Hollywood Cinema caused a big fuss because it made actors/actresses who were doing silent films lose their jobs. From 1980 to now, the Contemporary period has bought and merged many movie studios. Some describe the Contemporary period the most common period because of its postmodern …show more content…
There are plenty of other terms that are used to describe certain things in the film industry but these are just some common ones that are regularly used on a daily basis to describe things in film industry. For example, there are some common technical terms that viewers are familiar with. “Cut”, “pan”, “voice-over”, “editing”, and “zoom” are five of the most common technical terms used in the film industry. There are plenty of other terms that are used to describe certain things in the film industry but these are just some common ones that are regularly used on a daily basis to describe things in film industry. “Pan” is what directors use to move the camera from left to right or vice versa around the axis that runs through the camera. “Zoom” uses lens whose focal length is adjusted during the shot. “Cut” is made by the film editing at the editing stage which all they do is get two separate shots and merge them together. “Voice-over” is common in a lot of television commericial and also animated movies when all you hear is the narrator voice when the narrator is not seen. With this information, it indicates that these technical terms are only used/ heard around the film industry. This is important because if it wasn’t for these technical terms then most of the directors, producers, and editors wouldn’t understand what they were talking about (Key Concepts in

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