Cinema by country

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  • Motion Pictures Industry

    Since the film industry started more early and are more established in these developed countries, many factors have been monitored and examined with reliable public data. From 1983,many researchers started to explore the determinants such as star power, production cost, ratings, sequels and genre by using different methodology to make every analysis more convincing. Even though the findings are mixed and need continuous examination generally, some of them have established credible box office models and provide significant reference to further researches. However, Chinese scholars concentrated on the role of films as a political tool in the last century or tended to study more on the art aspect so that they seldom paid attention to the financial success of a movie by analyzing business data (Nakajima, 2010). Thus, this paper will borrow…

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  • French New Wave Analysis

    They labelled it the cinema de papa (old fogies cinema). They put forward and discussed many different propositions and ideas in the pages of the cahiers du cinema in the 50s. The most significant one which had the greatest influence on new wave films was la politique des auteurs (The policy of authors). Largely created by Truffaut in his famous essay a certain tendency in French Cinema he argued that a film, through the way in which its images are presented to the audience on the screen,…

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  • The Influence Of Islamic Architecture: The Golden Age Of Indian Cinema

    In July 1896 the first ever moving picture show was organized in Mumbai by Lumiere brothers. Immediately after the screening of moving pictures in London in 1895. This became a sensation among the audiences. The first ever short movie of India was shot by an Indian photographer named Hiralal sen. The first ever production of Indian cinema was the flower of Persia (1898) and then the era of silent movies was going on. The first movie with sound was Alam Ara which was released on 14th March 1931.…

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  • Bollywood Influence

    an average of 1,288 to 1,500 feature films every year compared to films produced by Hollywood which are only a fraction. Although Hindi cinema is just a segment of India’s annual film production, it remains as the most popular and influential with an estimated 3.6 billion tickets sold worldwide, compared to Hollywood’s sale of 2.6 billion tickets each year. In fact, Hindi movies are the mainstay of entertainment and almost a religion in the nation. This is largely due to the South Asian…

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  • An Accented Film Summary

    Hamid Naficy’s work in An Accented Cinema offers two major aspects of modern filmmaking. The first, Naficy offers a clear and thorough classification of the term “accented cinema”. Naficy’s distinction between exilic, diasporic and postcolonial filmmaking in order to categorise Irish exilic and diasporic films according to their varying relationships a homeland. Second, he remarkably engages the notions of cultural politics of diasporic, exilic and postcolonial filmmaking. And at the same time,…

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  • Buen Dia Ramo Movie Analysis

    Imagine immigrating to another country with the hopes of making money and living the dream, but arriving there and living on the streets and nobody understands what you are saying. The movie Buen Dia Ramon takes place in Mexico and Germany as it follows the journey of young illegal Mexican immigrant Ramon. The film was directed by Jorge Ramírez-Suárez and was released in 2013. Some awards that this international film won are Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Cinematography. In the movie,…

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  • Bicycle Thief

    Social concerns of humanity in Bicycle Thief The most significant events in cinema and art in the early 1940s were the emergence and rapid development of the Italian neorealism. Moreover, it was one of the most striking and perhaps the first major artistic phenomenon of the post-war years, not only in Italy but also all over the world. Neorealism as a movement, which arose in post-war time, offered a close look into the everyday life of ordinary people. Originating in the wake of the resistance…

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  • Film Tourism Case Study

    that will entice any potential film tourist to visit their destination, (Carl, Kindol & Smith, 2007, p.51). The country takes into account the influence of film upon tourism not only because of its worldwide promotion, but particularly because of its economic impact. Other such examples are Mt. Kiltepan in Sagada and Mt. Pinatubo in Tarlac which became top tourist destinations owing to the popularity of movies. The screening of movies “The thing called Tadhana”, “Crazy beautiful you” triggered a…

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  • Masculinity In Movies

    underestimated by US pop culture. The film’s subject matter and themes have continued to evolve as does the country of India, and the change is all seen reflecting from the films social and political themes and concerns. When the industry began the films plots spanned from all acros the map, in order to compensate for language differences almost key terms were created which would set the staple for the themes and motives These phrases or words were about lust and love, revenge or justice for…

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  • Analysis Of Tampopo By Juzo Itami

    Japanese patriarch, however leaves her in the end scene. Regarding the movie Tampopo and the essay The Ambivalent Self of the Contemporary Japanese, this essay emphasizes the reasons the film is so eccentric in the way that the Western Culture plays a huge part on Japanese culture. The essay Filming “Chinatown”: Fake Visions, Bodily Transformations talks about the small Chinese towns that popped up in places like New York, where local people marketed it as a tourist attraction. The china towns…

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