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    method acting. Method acting has shaped the way actors perform and has improved the acting experience. In June 1897 in Russia, Stanislavski and Nemirovich Danchenko formed the Moscow Art Theatre, known as MAT. They set out to form a better theatre experience. In 1898, they produced Seagull, which initiated reforms in actor…

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    covered from the reading was previously discussed. The text however notes a few differences in the approach of the exercises, as well as communicates a few extra tools for actors to use during the rehearsal process. The main concern is that there is a lot of preparation to be done before the actor even starts memorizing the written text. Extreme emphasize is placed on the importance of understanding the character, and for this part of the reading, specifically the relationship…

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    Cinesite Case Study

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    Brand Vision Where do you see your business going? Cinesite is taking steps to positively disrupt the existing studio model, bringing new ideas that deliver better creative and financial results. The world of movie making is evolving, Cinesite is implementing a better way of engaging with the filmmaking process by transitioning from a solely VFX service vendor to a studio with both a VFX & Animation service division and IP content output across Film, TV and new media. What are your specific…

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    Studio A taught me so much valuable information that continues to help me in the roles that I am blessed to land in, I really hope that Studio B will not only exercise everything that I learned in Studio A but continue to branch off of that and help deepen my knowledge. I hope to learn more about how to use body language to further your character development and also learn how to overcome my weaknesses. Along with that, I really want to try out some serious roles with some serious characters…

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    Babes On Broadway Analysis

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    because these types of actors are not the model people company executives want to present to their audience. Instead, movies look to exploit women’s flaws and then find a solution using “beauty products,” lavish clothes, or singing and acting lessons to perfect their faults. Movies such as Easter Parade (1948), Singin’ in the Rain (1952), and My Fair Lady (1964) take the…

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    Porter introduced his action movie, The Great Robbery, and the idea of changing locations. Movie studios started to practice new methods to stay competitive. The studio system, first created by Biograph, was the method of hiring a dependable number of starts and production members. These workers signed contracts with the studio that barred them from working with other studios without the permission of the other studio. Actors and actresses were taken from studios with promises of more money.…

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    Racism In Hollywood

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    Racial Issues In Hollywood Racism in the film industry has caused many minority actors to get very few leading roles in movies. It is true that there are some minority actors’ who have obtained larger leading roles, but many of these roles required that specific race. Sadly today there are still directors who look over a minority’s skilled and talented abilities and cast them based on their ethnicity. All ethnicities have their own stereotypes, but the minorities such as Blacks,…

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    Hollywood has spent years making movies, attracting an audience and making profit from their projects, but if there’s one thing has that has been missing from Hollywood and that 's been complete diversity. Ever since Hollywood 's upbringing and even still today, the business has underplayed minority actors and actress. The start of 20th century film began with mocking African Americans with black face and playing them as immature and violent savages the majority of these films were to keep…

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    Twenty years later, and the past two Academy Awards have had all white actresses and actors nominated as best roles. Why is this? As of 2015, Henriksen, a published reporter from the AltPress database, stated “The majority of the Oscar voters are nearly 94 percent Caucasian and 77 percent male” (Henriksen). There is a need for a more diverse Academy. I interviewed Michael Green, a professor at Arizona State University that focuses on racism in Hollywood, and he explained “the Oscars are not the…

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    Why does Hollywood have few ethnic actors in the lead roles? In modern day films it seems that Asian American actors never get the spotlight they deserve. “Whitewashing,” a term used to describe when a role of an ethnic minority is portrayed by a white individual. This is clearly displayed in the filmmaking industry of Hollywood. The deprivation of ethnic roles and movies still exists in the shadows of Hollywood. Hollywood’s history of whitewashing may seem to have diminished, however it still…

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