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  • Afghanistan By Choice Rhetorical Analysis

    friends so it is not easy for them to leave their homeland. In the New York Times Op-Docs series “Afghanistan by Choice,” the film director, Alexandria Bombach, appeals to pathos through the juxtaposition of settings and individuals. Her emphasis on pathos conveys the difficulty of leaving one’s country, thus abandoning his or her lifestyle; furthermore, the film director hopes to show the audience why leaving is such a hard decision for Afghans to make. The audience can see how Alexandria…

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  • Behind The Scenes: A Film Analysis

    Stephen Kassen (director, producer, writer, etc.) agreed to answer a few questions about the film, I was even more fascinated. With pleasure, he apprised me to a variety of things concerning the film 's purpose, the filming of it, and even what its future may be. With William Kenny Behind the Scenes With William Kenny Behind the Scenes RH: First of all, please tell us how you got started in the entertainment business and how you transitioned…

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  • Nonprofit Organization Case Study

    Nonprofit organization manager’s decisions depend on the boards of directors, the board of director members are responsible for overseeing and supporting nonprofit financial management, plans, and other decisions. The board members ensure the use of financial donations according with contributors’ agreement and the case mission statement. Therefore, a great system of safeguarding a legal or wise monetary management is through documentations, such as, financial policies. A conflict of Interest…

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  • The Importance Of Camera Movement In Broken City

    What the lens of the camera provides is more than just the action taking place in the film. Also, apart from giving the audience the viewpoint of the character, camera movement provides an aesthetic means by creating emotions, whether it comes from what the character is experiencing or from what the audience are experiencing from a third person point-of-view. Just like it does in Broken City, it shapes the relationship between the camera and the character in the film. In other words, the camera…

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  • Nanook Of The North And Dead Birds Analysis

    Criticisms of Nanook of the North and Dead Birds: Worries of Authenticity and Lasting Implications Films have been seen as windows for everyday people to experience and see new and different things. With ethnographic documentary films, people are able to see real parts of the world that are not always visible in their current, everyday lives. Nanook of the North (Robert Flaherty, 1922) and Dead Birds (Robert Gardner, 1963) are both ethnographic documentaries, revered as revolutionary for their…

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  • Some Like It Hot Analysis

    "Well, nobody's perfect" the famous last line from the movie Some Like It Hot by director Billy Wilder, almost did not make it into the film. The line was only a temporary fill-in, until Wilder could come up with a better line. Fortunately, the line made it into the film, and became the most famous and iconic line of the entire film. The story is about two men, trying to escape from a criminal gang by dressing up as woman, and fleeing to Florida with an all-woman jazz band. The film thus stands…

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  • Lubezki's Cinematography Techniques

    audience's eyes. I will be analysing my cinematography style on Emmanuel Lubezki aka Chivo, he has been an active cinematographer from 1983-present. Lubezki has been an active cinematographer and his Famous key collaborators are internationally famous directors’: Alfonso Cuaron, Terence Malick and Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu. He has consecutively won the Academy Award for Best Cinematography 3 years running with Gravity (2014), Birdman (2015) and The Revenant (2016). Other films he has DOP’ed…

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  • The Negative Effects Of Horror Movies

    Would it affect people if they watch a horror movie? It's well known that movies become one of the most biggest industry of the world in this century. Most of people prefer to spend their time watching a movie as if it is one of their hobbies. So far as we know, movies have a lot of genres to watch and a horror movie is the most popular one. It is not surprising that most people consider that horror movies is one of the best choice for watching a movie. However, watching horror movies can lead…

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  • Cinematic Techniques

    an omniscient narrator. But in a film, the scheme of things changes and the narration can be done in many different ways. The cinematic techniques can be used creatively and effectively to become sources of narration. In The Old Man and the Sea (Sturges) and Samskara (Reddy), the filmmakers have resorted to flashback sequences as tools of narration. Both the film adaptations have rather linear plots, which are very similar to the original novels. But with the change in the medium of expression,…

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  • 4 Little Girls Film Review

    On Saturday night, at the Academy's annual Governors Awards in Hollywood, the American film director, producer and actor - Spike Lee, Debbie Reynolds (American actress, singer, dancer and film historian) and the American film, stage and television actress - Gena Rowlands, were all given an Honorary Oscar for their contributions to the film industry. Spike Lee, who has produced over 35 films since 1983, has never won an Oscar in spite of the previous nominations for Best Original Screenplay for…

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