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  • Citizen Kane Research Paper

    So much anticipation for one word- rosebud. Citizen Kane is considered to be one of the greatest films. With it’s immaculate editing and acting, the film deserves its advertising. The story of Charles Foster Kane is told through interviews and flashbacks of not him, but those involved in his life. The plot builds up for the interviewers and characters to finally reveal what the significance of the words are. Though it was torturously slow, the reveal definitely tugs at your heart and makes the…

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  • Film Analysis: Citizen Kane

    Citizen Kane Film Analysis Citizen Kane is a 1941 American film directed, co-written, produced by, and starring Orson Welles. The actors in Citizen Kane (1941) include Charles Foster Kane played by Orson Welles, Jedediah Leland played by Joseph Cotten, Susan Alexander Kane played by Dorothy Comingore, Mary Kane played by Agnes Moorehead, and Mr. Bernstein played by Everett Sloane. This film is a “fictional biography” and “a mystery,” making cinematic advances on many fronts (Belton 35). Its most…

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  • The Monopolization Of Hollywood

    The studio system is known today as a time when Hollywood produced their films at their own studios. During this time film companies held the market for all films, held workers into contracts and monopolized the industry. During this time period eight studios; Columbia, MGM, Paramount, RKO, 20th Century Fox, United Artists, Universal and Warner Bros. produced 75 percent of the films made in the United States. Seven of the eight studios released an average of 45 films per year. The time in…

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  • Orson Welles Citizen Kane

    Orson Welles ' Citizen Kane is a widely acclaimed film and said to be one of the greatest American films. The film is more than 70 years old, but it is still considered as a classic. So what makes Citizen Kane so remarkable? I believe the technical aspects are part of why it is so well regarded. He uses camera angles, audio, lighting and many other techniques effectively to convey the message. This paper focuses on how Welles ' has conveyed the theme of “corrupting influence of power and wealth”…

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  • Citizen Kane Analysis

    Citizen Kane – Charles Forster Kane and Susan Alexander SHOT 1: Dissolve into an over-the-shoulder close up of Susan working on a jigsaw puzzle. She is completely dressed up as if she was getting ready to go out for a night on the town with an expensive gown and jewelry. The lighting design is very high contrast with Susan in white, while the background falls to solid black. Susan is in the left foreground of the shot as Kane’s booming voice can be heard saying “What are you doing?” While the…

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  • The Bourne Trilogy: Trilogy Analysis

    The film industry has produced awesome movies and some of it are so epic viewers beg for a second and even a third installment. Of all the famous and best trilogies in the history of cinema, 10 of the best were listed below. 10. The Jason Bourne Trilogy ("The Bourne Identity", "The Bourne Supremacy" and "The Bourne Ultimatum") Former CIA assassin Jason Bourne played by Matt Damon amazed the viewers with action-packed scenes based on Robert Ludlum’s book series. Peter Greengrass directed…

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  • Adaptation Of Margaret Mitchell's Gone With The Wind

    The movie “Gone with the Wind”, released in 1939, is considered one of the greatest love stories and even one of the best movies of all time. The story adapted from the novel written by Margaret Mitchell won ten academy awards, became the highest earning film and is still technically the greatest grossing film in the cinema history. Hattie McDaniel even became the first african american oscar winner thanks to this classic of the romantic genre. In a way, “Gone with the Wind” seems like one of…

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  • Citizen Kane Meaning

    Citizen Kane is a drama film about a reporter’s venture into finding out the meaning behind the word “rosebud” which is the last word of Charles Foster Kane before he died. This film is considered as one of the greatest films ever. This masterpiece was created with $839,727 as its estimated budget. Citizen Kane was directed by Orson Welles and was released in 1941. Welles also produced and wrote the screenplay of this film. He also starred as the main character in Citizen Kane. The film starts…

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  • Cléo De 7 Analysis

    In Cléo de 5 à 7, Varda follows more closely to the filmmaking techniques that are used by most classic Hollywood cinema. The only major difference, other than the context of the film, would be Varda’s use of temporality by having a film set in a two hour time period and of trying to keep the action of the film almost in the exact lifetime of two hours. It takes the idea of Classical Hollywood continuity to an extreme. Another difference is that Cléo takes on more French political issues such as…

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  • In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue Film Analysis

    On February 26th, 2017, Barry Jenkins' sophomoric feature, Moonlight, received the highest accolade of Best Picture, from one of the most prestigious ceremonies to celebrate film, the Academy Awards. In accomplishing two inaugural milestones, the first all-black cast to win such high regard, and the first LGBTQ-topic to be awarded Best Picture, Moonlight in context proves to be a memorable classic in performance, box office (for an independent feature), and universal critical acclaim. However,…

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