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    I made revisions to the script and drafted many more emails which also elicited no responses. At this point we had already began to film some shots of the campus, particularly the campus sign and Diag to establish the setting, but we chose to hold impromptu interviews on the Diag in hopes we would actually get footage because at that point we only had one week until the project was due. Katherine had a class at the time but Ashley and I met some activists with the group BAMN who agreed to be interviewed but interviews were cut short due to rain. Katherine showed up for the last interview and we set up an alternative interview time (Thursday, December 8th) where we could control the condition more. Originally, we were to get footage of the BAMN meeting but it was cancelled but we were lucky enough to get in contact with a few members who were available. They also told us about a panel that was occurring on campus later that night on the same topic as our documentary so we went and Katherine convinced the moderators to do an…

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    At one point during the interviews producers ask 7-year-old Farah what was one of her favorite things to do and she explained that her favorite thing to do was to help her father make bombs. She was even able to identify the difference between rockets and tank shells by the sound that they make. Producers also used a lot of b-roll footage of them following the family members around in the city and in their neighborhood. Using those visual elements was a very effective way to illustrate to the…

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    Do you think body cameras will help in a crime? Body cameras will help in a crime by giving out more details. Police should be required to use body cameras. They should be required because video footage will help supervision. Also, they should be required to use body cameras to see the actions the police officers took and to gain the evidence. To start off, police officers should be required to use body cameras because video footage will help supervision. According to the article, “The Right…

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    Jeremiah.Santiago On this topic its is talking about should the police wear body cameras and i say yes to wearing body cameras, the reason i agree with this is because when something bad happens or dealing with racism people lie so this might help with solving the truth.All people are not honest a witness could lie also a suspect and yes police, polices should have body cameras because if the person lies they can look back at footage and see if theres evidence but it might not have all…

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    Night And Fog Analysis

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    pieces of footage of the atrocities that took place in the Auschwitz concentration camp during the Holocaust and footage of that same place about a decade later. The director of this film, Alain Renais, uses actual black and white footage of the conditions of Auschwitz that was filmed by Nazi officials in 1933. In addition, he used his own (color) footage of Auschwitz several years after the camp was no longer in use and the war was over. The constant switching between black and white old…

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    Secret Nintendo Pokemon Game: 5 Things You Need to Know Wait, are you telling me that there is another Pokemon game happening? Although the announcement came a couple of months back, recently something incredible happened. If there is one thing that Nintendo can't do wrong it is Pokemon, and here are five things you need to know about the game. 1. IT IS CALLED POKEMON GO This secret Nintendo Pokemon game is happening, we just don't know the exact date yet. It is set to be an augmented-reality…

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    Blackfish Analysis

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    intent to mislead the audience into believing that Dawn Brancheau was killed during or surrounding a water event, or that she engaged in waterwork with Tilikum, which is not the case. Not only is the footage at the beginning not of Dawn Brancheau, but the opening scene is not even all the same trainer footage. Neither are the clips of Tilikum, nor do they feature an attack or aggressive act of any kind. Contributing to false authority, as well as invalidating the film’s claim, Blackfish implies…

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    opportunity for police officers. But, are these expectations of safeguarding realistic? Storing and analyzing the footage, alone, is an obstacle that creates issue with the body cameras, but on top of that, there are privacy policy conflictions, both for the police officers and civilians, and, as proven in the past, footage of police brutality may not bring justice to victims and their families (“Police Body Cameras”). Although the idea of having everything filmed seems like an easy solution to…

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    Body cameras also provide footage needed for evaluations so that police officers can improve their maneuvers. Since police officers do not get followed around by a supervisor during their shifts, they may not be aware if they are not performing their jobs correctly and efficiently or using improper technique. It is difficult to improve without evaluations, and difficult to evaluate without having visual evidence of how an officer performs. Lieutenant John Carli from Vacaville, California uses…

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    Police Body Cameras Essay

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    Everyday law enforcement officers go out risking their lives to keep the United States crime free. Could there possibly be a way to keep them out of danger? The development of modern technology has significantly improved the chances of them going home injury free. With authority figures wearing body cameras recording ordinary and violent encounters, safety and justice is ensured while out on the job. Police body cameras have remarkably improved the behavior of both the citizen and also the…

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