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    Born To Run Film Analysis

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    First, it contributes to a greater sense of realism in the viewer. Sound originating from a source within the world of the scene does not indicate does as certainly as music from a non-diegetic source. Secondly, it can indicate information to the viewer. As the source of the music comes from within the universe of the characters, the music’s presence can be related to things within that universe, very relevantly to the characters themselves. In the same way that knowledge of someone’s musical…

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    Pastrick It is widely accepted that we spend too much time on our phones and other technological devices. Our lives are so controlled by technology that it is hard to imagine our lives without its convenience. However, one has to wonder if the entertainment factor has overtaken the convenience and helpfulness factor that drives technology innovation and makes it so appealing. These are the types of questions that co-producers Sander van Dijk and Max Stossel, who also appears as the lead actor…

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    Have you ever been so into a TV show that you are totally unaware of what is going on around you? This is because the shows that you are watching share the same qualities such as drama, heartwarming moments, and a humorous character. Just like Joey in Friends, or Michael Scott in The Office, they are always the humorous characters who are reckless with everything they do. A humorous character is only one of the things that make a TV show entertaining, without drama and heartwarming moments a TV…

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    Interactivity In Film

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    Tassel (2001) claims that, “Interactivity is a fascinating topic that reaches into human beings’ deepest desires for personal connection and communication.” Interactivity is a function that is used in digital Television. Interactive Television offers new ways to improve programme content with on-screen complementary information and other features such as choice of camera angles as well as on-screen viewer polling which is accessed through the Television’s remote control (Beattie 2004). Tassel…

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    A Genre Analysis

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    Introduction From the earliest day, People have experienced the films since the film technology was not well-developed, from a still image showing on screen or five to ten seconds moving images to long stories as in these days. As the technology have been developed, The narrative of the stories is being developed as well. There are more details and conventions, not only playing images one by one without any description. The conventions of the story refer to a genre. Genre benefits all…

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    Alexander McQueen was born in Lewisham, London on March 17, 1969.. He became head designer of the Louis Vuitton-owned Givenchy fashion line and, in 2004, launched his own menswear line. He earned the British Fashion Council's British Designer of the Year award four times, and was named Commander of the Order of the British Empire. McQueen committed suicide in 2010, shortly after the death of his mother. At age 16, McQueen dropped out of school. He found work on Savile Row, a street in London's…

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    The “Song of the Roustabouts” and Animals In Disney’s Dumbo(1941) many of Paul Wells’s narrative strategies are apparent. These narrative strategies help enhance the feeling you get while watching the movie and allow you to connect to the characters. Ben Sharpsteen, the supervising director of Dumbo used sound, symbolism, and choreography several times while making the movie, especially in the scene when they sing the song called, “Song of the Roustabouts.” When Dumbo, the other elephants,…

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    Fast Runner Legend

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    The website, www.isuma.tv, tells us about the legend behind the film “The Fast Runner”. For example, the website gives us background information on the community in which the legend took place, Igloolik. In these types of communities there was no written language and the legends, such as the legend of Atanarjuat, was passed down through generations and generations of oral traditions. The film “The Fast Runner” brought to life the traditions of the people of Igloolik. It showed us how the…

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    The 1950's TV Show

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    Television as almost everything in life has had an evolution. The way we think of television is very different than the way our ancestors did. Television has been around since the late 1920’s. However, back in the day it was a very expensive luxury that only the elite could afford. With the passage of years television became more accessible and as a consequence more popular. In the 1950’s television was considered to be the primary medium in which many families gathered their information.…

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    From solid storytelling to movie magic, Divergent succeeds on almost every level. It's everything from being action packed, breathtaking, to thrilling, with a well founded storyline. Divergent takes places in a society that is divided into five factions that civilians must dedicate themselves to. Tris Prior (Shailene Woodley) is informed that she is Divergent and will never fit into just one faction. When Tris finds out the scheme by Erudite faction leader Jeanine Mathews (Kate Winslet) to…

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