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  • The Iron Ministry Summary

    J. P Sniadecki collected footage from 2011 to 2013 on China's humongous railway system, in order to present a film that uses everyday life inside the wagons to catch the essence of the modern Chinese society in the most realistic fashion. "The Iron Ministry" will screen at Bertha DocHouse on Monday, 28 August at 16:00, as part of On The Line, (25th - 28th August) a new season focusing on films which traverse the railways of the world. The documentary is actually split into two parts. The…

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  • Mad Max The Feral Kid

    Early, as the film Mad Max: Fury Road was coming out, I heard a rumor that the feral kid from Road Warrior was going to be featured. As I watched Fury Road I was taken by Max. I had felt like I had seen the mannerisms of his persona before. I am convinced that the Feral Kid is “Max” in Fury Road. The way that he speaks, the way that he moves and fights; It points towards Max being the feral kid. How you may ask? I hope to explore and explain how this may be possible within this paper. I was…

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  • Steven Spielberg's Influence On Hollywood

    Film has been a growing culture since the beginning of the twentieth century, and no one has contributed to this culture quite like Spielberg has. Steven Spielberg grew up in a Jewish family and began his film career at just 16. His debut was with his short film in a local theater of his hometown. Spielberg is the best filmmaker of all time because of his unbelievable contributions to science fiction, his unparalleled capabilities as a storyteller, and his industry-influencing movie masterpieces…

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  • Film Analysis Masculinity And Violence

    Throughout life how many times do things actually go as plan? After experiencing many surprise incidents on a daily basis, I’ve come to the realization that expected things often aren’t what the outcome is. In the film Carlos, many scenes give a clear image that things don't always turn out as planned. The main character has ambition to create the biggest and most successful terrorism and without violence there’s no screws to put the ladder together. Through many of the strong messages from the…

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  • Inaccuracies In The Young Victoria

    Historical Period films, like any other movie, should have a good source of entertainment so the audience is not easily bored. However, one of the most truly important parts of a historical period film is the accuracy of what is being portrayed. Certain liberties can be taken, but take too many and the stories get dismantled and unrecognizable. Especially when one has a story about one of the most important rulers of the British monarchy. The Young Victoria is the type of film to do this. While…

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  • John The Hero-Personal Narrative

    John was on the way back home from the Movies. Everything seemed normal. It was 8 P.M. and he had finished his movie an hour earlier. He was in a nonchalant mood. The movie he saw was very exciting and interesting. The part he liked the most was when the hero overcame all his fears and defeated the villain. The audience went crazy and applauded during this scene. He normally went to the movies alone. He could not remember the last time he took his wife to to the movies or anywhere else. Inside…

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  • Hollywood Stereotypes Of Native Americans

    Important to realize, before the invention of film there were the medium of the arts and literature areas that first started the negative portrayals of Native Americans in books. Unfortunately, when film came around, many filmmakers just picked up where the arts and literature left off. Equally important, the video "How Hollywood Stereotyped Native Americans," made the second major point about deleterious stereotyping of Native Americans because the film makers of that era where white people.…

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  • Camera Comparison Essay

    I'm not an artist. I set the camera up and tell my story. - Tyler Perry This quote summarizes the importance of a camera in a successful photographers life. There are many types of cameras, but I will be focusing on two of the more famous ones : Camera Obscura and The Graflex series D camera. Both of these cameras are similar in type, but they are different in time period. In the process of explaining the key components of each camera, I will discuss what a SLR camera is, and I will also discuss…

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  • Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey

    Not all Netflix binges are compatible with our parents’ taste. If you are afraid of what they’d think if they find out you regularly fall asleep with “Bob Ross” and “Curious and Unusual Deaths,” there are some family-friendly movies you can watch on the streaming giant. These include “Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey,” “Beasts of No Nation,” “All Good Things,” and “The Immigrant.” These films will make your day and are very entertaining. ‘Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey’ Released…

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  • Tim Burton Biography

    outstanding director, producer, artist, writer and animator. He is infamous for his creative, mysterious, dark, strange filmmaking trademarks and for countless movies from Alice in Wonderland to the Corpse Bride and even Batman. Tim Burton, has pushed his way into the forefront of film direction in the past two decades, bringing many iconic role models and amazing works of art to life. Everyone can agree that Tim Burton will always be the one and only Tim Burton. This one of a kind director…

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