Global citizens movement

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  • Should There Be A Risk Of Citizen Journalism?

    Citizen journalism is defined as public, participatory or street journalism. Citizen journalism is based upon public citizens playing an active role on collecting data and be intermittent on social media. With the increasing development of social media, citizens have been posting, tweeting and reporting on-the-spot news. At present, most citizens have been practicing citizen journalism effectively. However, with that, there might be a few risks and opportunities that come when practicing citizen…

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  • Analysis Of Citizen Kane

    Citizen Kane (1941) is the debut work of Orson Wells and is considered as a turning point of the way of making movies. The technical innovations, due especially to the director of photography Gregg Toland who introduced the depth focus, the choice of a character that stress the ambiguity of the American dream and the narrative structure that develops itself through flashbacks, is what brought the movie to reach the definition of “The best movie ever made”. The first scene of Well’s Citizen Kane…

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  • The Good The Bad And The Ugly Character Analysis

    The film, “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” directed by Sergio Leone, the father of Spaghetti Westerns, is considered one of the best Westerns of all time. It launched Clint Eastwood into stardom as, “The Man with No Name” also known as Blondie “The Good”, through his interactions with his co-stars Lee Van Cleef, Angel Eyes “The Bad”, and Eli Wallach, Tuco “The Ugly”. The hero here, Blondie, is not the typical hero that you would expect, but through an analysis of several scenes, one begins to…

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  • Analysis Of Casablanca

    In the essay Casablanca:cult movies and intertextual collage, from the collection of essays titled Travels of Hyper Reality,Umberto Eco has taken the case of the 1940’s popular American movie Casablanca,directed by Michael Curtis to explain how and why it gained the status of a ‘cult’ movie.He has given a number of reasons in the essay as to why people liked it so much.Eco begins by making it clear that the movie according to him is not a very artistic movie and that despite that the movie has…

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  • Dogma 95 Movie Analysis

    improvised scripts, shakily shot scenes and blurry pictures the film looks like a cheap documentary. Producer and documentary maker Sophie Fiennes talked to Lars von Trier in her 10 minute documentation Lars from 1- 10 about the rules of the Dogma 95 movement. Lars mentions that the purpose of the rules is “for giving away control”. The “basic feeling of film” should return. His aim is not to make a perfect movie everyone will like: “If people don't like it...I couldn't care…

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  • Ocean's Eleven

    It is not often that I find myself cheering for the liars and thieves of the world in the same way that I would a superhero. Nevertheless, director Steven Soderbergh’s hit film, “Ocean’s Eleven” accomplishes this feat in a 2001 remake of the original 1960's film which starred Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack. The modern take stays true to suave Hollywood glamour in using today’s brightest stars; a list that includes George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, and Julia Roberts in the leading roles. The…

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  • Summary: The Birth Of A Nation

    “The Birth of a Nation” by D.W. Griffith was the first blockbuster film in American history. It was an amazing feat of cinema and nailed its place in history. However, while “The Birth of a Nation” boasts these achievements it is without question one of the most racist movies of all time. This movie not only show glorifies the Ku Klux Klan as heroes of America, but also shows the misrepresentation of black people and the role that black people will have in films. Looking back at the time the…

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  • The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance: Film Analysis

    The movie, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, directed by John Ford seems to greatly stand out from other movies released during this era. Many elements were compiled to make this movie unique. The backbone of the film stems from camera elements. John Ford used the camera elements of camera work as well as costumes and make-up to accurately portray his vision of the film, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. The movie, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, incorporates several different varieties of…

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  • American Patriotism Essay

    Fairbanks , Mary Pickford and Charlie Chaplin, all famous factors did their part to aid in the war. They led rallies to sell bonds and visited wounded soldiers (Smither). The philanthropic work done by these celebrities became an example as a dutiful citizen to do their part. The simple work of the celebrities become as another medium of propaganda to the United States’…

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  • Analyzing The Silent Film 'The Artist'

    fell in love with every character. Charming performances from Berenice Bejo and Jean Dujardin, who provide all the charm and moving moments in the film. The Artist is different from other silent films I have seen because it contains more camera movements and edits. The acting style is also different because the actors are really expressive and do not have to use the same gestures all over again. The Artist shows what a classic silent film should look like. The Artist would be different…

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