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    Sobchack Vivian Analysis

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    It gives audience suspense on how the future the movie will be in various ways of production thus there is a desire for futures films. THE THIN BLUE LINE This movie is a documentary subject of the world history as it has been assumed by many theories basing on the author Morris. The movie does not only demonstrate the truth about the world but also an individual mode of behavior and even the author’s perspectives. The movie utilizes the footage stock like the CLOVERFIELD movie in which the movie quality is much complex and different from a plain camera. Through the use of editors, those who record the sound, the operators of the major camera and the development of the documentaries can render the auteur useless. This is by accepting the auteurs from older methods of taking film cameras. Morris is in a position to manage his movie production ranging from editing to the…

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    Creating a Sense of Unease: Cloverfield and the Fear of the Unknown There is so much that is left uncertain in life. In the real world, developing stories and the future are never perfectly clear. In film, however, narrative structure and key details can be left uncertain or unseen to create suspense or a sense of unease. The poster released before the opening of the film Cloverfield produced by Paramount Pictures in 2008. This poster released to promote Cloverfield creates a sense of unease…

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    10 Cloverfield Lane Essay

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    Lighting techniques utilized in 10 Cloverfield Lane In the movie 10 Cloverfield Lane directed by Dan Trachtenberg, the usage of different lighting techniques helped make the movie extremely intriguing. The way the director utilized Available light, Low key lighting, and Hard light made such an impacted on certain scenes were brilliant. The movie had some great parts and others not so much, but the main focus of this essay is to discuss the scenes were certain lighting helped to persuade the…

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    Final Essay: Cloverfield and The Thin Blue Line Movies such as Cloverfield and The Thin Blue Line try to convey realism within their movies. They both use similar tactics while some being different. They want to convery realism using different aesthetics. They do this so that people watching the film will become more immersed into the movie, and people will be able to connect and feel with the characters. Cloverfield and The Thin Blue Line use multiple realist aesthetics of to convey truth such…

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    The creation of the motion picture allowed content to be easily accessible to the public. There were no longer any restrictions of requiring multiple performers to be at a show. Gwendolyn Audrey Foster references the Motion Picture Producers Directors Association in “Performing Modernity and Gender in the 1930s” stating that film allows for “the possibility of duplicating” (94). It could be distributed in areas that other forms of art could not “penetrate” and easily evoke emotion to the…

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    seen human life for nearly two years. While many of the humans lost their families to the virus, the few survivors are living in the ruins of San Francisco. Bill Goodykoontz makes it clear as to the importance of the fact that the apes are living in the forest right near a dam in which could be the only source for the human’s survival (2). Malcom leads the humans into the forest to try to negotiate with the Apes to allow them to have access to the dam so they can obtain fuel to keep what is…

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    First, the way of marketing the show is unique. Netflix pulled a trick play in the beginning of the game by announcing J.J. Abrams' The Cloverfield Paradox through a high-priced trailer and then saying that it would be accessible immediately after the game. The Cloverfield series has been using Abrams-style mystery marketing since it was made but this ad is believed to be the best among the rest. As the article noted: “A Super Bowl ad is at its best when it's an event in and of itself, something…

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    Film Narrative Analysis

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    embodied experience indicates a redefinition about what the image somatosensory experience is and how it influence the film phenomenology trend. Many academic article contributes a lot in revealing how the emotion in film attracts audience as well as how film expresses the rise and the debilitate of the narrative on a psychological level rather than concerning with how film awake people to seeking for the meaning of the film experience physically. The paper will elucidate an inner close…

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    “big leagues” of the film industry. The judges for the competition are all renowned makeup artists. These judges have included Academy Award-winning makeup artist Ve Neill, who worked on the films Beetlejuice, Mrs. Doubtfire and Ed Wood. Another judge is Glenn Hetrick who’s makeup and costume creations can be found in such films and television series as The Hunger Games, Legion. Furthermore, more Glenn Hetrick has done many television series including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Crossing Jordan,…

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    what has been occupying his time, and I knew that he had a book coming out soon. Therefore,in order to bring some attention to this talented guy (and hopefully give some press to his upcoming book as well),upon my request, he graciously took some time out of his frenetic schedule to answer a few questions about his career, his experience within this industry, and his profound passion for the art of filmmaking. Directing a super-8 movie in high school Directing a super-8 movie in high school…

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