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  • Data Analysis In Film Making

    With super crunching and data analysis physicians have more access to data than they ever had before. However perhaps due to old traditions and habits dying hard physicians are reluctant to truly follow the analysis and data that super crunching brings. One significant example the book brings up on Super crunching helping the medical field is with Don Berwick and his campaign to save 100,000 lives. Don Berwick based his campaign on the use of “evidence-based machine” (EBM). The idea was that the treatment given should be the best treatment, the best treatment would be determined from past data analysis. Although the idea of EBM wasn’t to solely rely on statistics it should certainly play a major factor in decisions used by doctors and physicians.…

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  • The Incredibles Film Analysis

    Narrative & Composition The Incredibles Film Analysis Portfolio The reason I chose the 2004 Pixar Animation film The Incredibles, directed by Brad Bird, as my independent film analysis is because of, despite it being a children's film, there is so much more meaning to the computer animated superhero movie than it simply being an entertainment for toddlers. Some qualities the film explores are the way the public interacts with people who have amazing extraordinary abilities; it demonstrates…

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  • Kalala Film Analysis

    is valuable as it draws a clear connection between The Kalevala and the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Kirk, G. S. Myth: Its Meaning and Functions in Ancient and Other Cultures. Cambridge: University Press, 1970. This source contains many of the elements that can be found in some of the other sources that are being used, however this source combines the notions present in other sources into one comprehensive analysis. From the development of ritual and stories to the social influence those…

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  • Film Eire Film Analysis

    I swear to submit to the following set of rules drawn up and confirmed by Film Éire: 1. All Film Éire films must be filmed on the island of Ireland and the stories must set in either the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland or both. This is to encourage the growth of both the film industry and local talent across the whole of Ireland. This is similar to Soviet Cinema of the 1920s where resources were used to create films that told stories set against the backdrop of the Soviet Union. Film…

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  • Mining And Sentiment Analysis Of The Film Industry

    This project aims at opinion mining and sentiment analysis of data related to movies.…

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  • Carrie Film Analysis

    This dissertation will be an exploration of the change in the role of women in the cinema within the ‘horror’ genre. It will consider the changes in the representation of women in the ‘horror’ genre over a 30 year period; through consideration of the film Carrie (De Palma, 1976) and its remake Carrie (Peirce, 2013). The two ‘Carrie’ films will be a useful guide to show the genre's treatment of women, character agency and victimization. Although the story of Carrie is an unusual basis for the…

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  • Same Sex Film Analysis

    mostly in the arena of independently produced lesbian-themed films), a gradual shift from tragic endings to more optimistic, yet sometimes implied, endings of reconciliation and overcoming a difficulty, as well as a shift in the intertextuality and interdiscursivity of films, namely by changing from being associated with reprimanding and restricting biblical and Greek tragedy discourses, through the comic genre, to self-discovery and love stories, then to genres emphasizing friendship and female…

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  • The Vanishing Film Analysis

    French-Dutch audience by the director George Sluizer. The remake of the original movie was made in 1993 in a Hollywood atmosphere with the names of popular american celebrities such as Sandra Bullock and Kiefer Sutherland. The American remake possesses the same director as in the original movie, George Sluizer. The American remake of the vanishing was intended to fit the needs and expectations of a very high and demanding American crowd. In the remake of the film the director really conveys what…

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  • Film Aspects: Film Analysis

    When reviewing a film, it is a hard choice to pick which type of film to watch. The movies come in several different genres and a combination of genres. A film was picked for review and will be discussed below. The review of a film will include different aspects that were used to make the film. These aspects include the genre type, social context, sound effectiveness, cinematography, and editing. The review will also involve some other aspects as well including the meaning of the film, the…

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  • The Parent Trap Film Analysis

    and hope to reunite their parents. The film was produced by The Walt Disney Company, directed by David Swift and and written by Erich Kästner. The setting of film the takes place in the 1960s in Boston, Massachusetts and Carmel Valley, California. The genre of this film adventure, the whole movie is seen as adventure because the twins set out a plan to switch places and travel somewhere they have never thus experiencing each other culture, somewhere they have never been. The Parent Trap (1998)…

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