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  • Macbeth Book And Movie Analysis

    we don’t find in Macbeth ) and Guddu romance works well in creating a solid difference between Maqbool and Macbeth.So, all these differences make Maqbool fall into the ‘second mode” of film adaptation, as mentioned earlier. According to the French critic Jean Mitry , the adaptation of a work of literature to film rests on the absurd assumption that there exists a content which can be transferred —transformed-from one form of expression to another. In other words, in adaptations, you express a…

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  • Film Review Of Mira Nair's Monsoon Wedding By Sabrina Dhawan

    Salaam Mira! Acclaimed Director, Writer and Producer, Mira Nair, grew up in Odisha (India), and studied in Shimla, Delhi and USA (Harvard). Initially she explored acting and was actively involved with theatre but then got drawn towards film-making and from 1979 started making documentaries that explored the concept of India and Indianness. She found them to be “a marriage of my interests in the visual arts, theatre, and life as it is lived”. Her second non-fiction, “So Far from India” (1982)…

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  • The Dark Knight Rises Analysis

    giant that produces films, tv programs and music entertainment and was founded around 1925. The dark knight rises is a media product from The warner bros. The dark knight rises is a film directed by Christopher Nolan and co-written by his brother Jonathan Nolan in 2012. Christopher Edward Nolan American film director, screenwriter, and producer. He is one of the highest-grossing directors in history, and among the most successful and acclaimed filmmakers of the 21st century. The film The dark…

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  • Ray Harryhausen's Visual Techniques

    This was a technique that would change not only the way motion pictures were viewed but would eternally change the emotions that movie viewer?s would feel while watching films with visual and special effects. His technique required a great deal of planning, patience, and discipline which…

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  • The Great Gatsby And Midnight In Paris Analysis

    Representations of “The Great Gatsby” The films “The great Gatsby” as well as “Midnight in Paris” were directed to portray the vibe the directors wanted to carry all throughout the films with characters and music, taking inspiration from the novel “The great Gatsby”. The “midnight in Paris” took inspiration from the great Gatsby to help bring the film alive as well as the characters which were involved in it. Both films as well as the novel portrayed this loving couple that did anything to be…

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  • Quentin Tarantino Characteristics

    Director, writer, producer, and actor Quentin Jerome Tarantino (1963 – present) is considered one of the greatest directors of his generation. His films have been seen all around the world. Quentin Jerome Tarantino (1963 – present) is credited with directing nineteen television shows, short films, and full feature films. He has also been credited with writing over twenty-five television shows, short films, and full feature films. This paper will discussed Quentin Tarantino’s (1963 – present)…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Film Festivals

    The term “film festival” may mean different things to different people. Film buffs look at it as an opportunity to watch thrilling new films from all over the world before general release or even film that will never be released. Filmmakers see film festivals as opportunities to display their work and gain acknowledgement to international audiences as well as to connect with other filmmakers. Film producers, distributors and investors use film festivals as a platform to network, educate…

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  • Film Techniques In The Third Man

    making of a film is assuredly a collaborative event. However, in order for a film to run smoothly, and have consistency, there is one person who must account for all the areas of the film. The director must mange his actors and crew in a way that everyone understands the vision and direction the film. The director in a sense, “owns” the process and is responsible for a well made film. A film is the manifestation of a personality, tone and feel of the director. Therefore, if a director must take…

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  • Edward Scissorhands Film Analysis

    expectations and fit into the cultural norm. These unorthodox people are often known as the outcasts and tend to lead lives of isolation. Eccentric film director Tim Burton knows what it is like to be considered an outcast and brings this theme forward in many of his award winning films including Charlie and The Chocolate Factory and Edward Scissorhands. In these films, Burton uses long shots, low angles, and low key lighting to create a juxtaposition between what the audience assumes about the…

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  • Midsummer Night's Dream Adaptations

    Michael Hoffman's 1999 film interpretation of A Midsummer Night's Dream written by William Shakespeare is quite different than the original play, most noticeably in regards to style of reading and character representation. The film turns characters such as Duke Theseus of Athens and mischievous fairy Puck into less complicated versions of themselves in order to appeal to the larger audience. This did not come without backlash, as many would argue that this in fact took away the deeper meaning…

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