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  • Dziga Veertov Analysis

    Isaiah Isaacson During the early 1900’s, the relatively new concept of film was emerging as one of the most popular forms of entertainment. As more and more improvements were made to the motion picture camera filmmakers were able to begin exploring the realm of creative possibilities they could achieve. Two notable films that that did this are Dziga Vertov’s Man with a Movie Camera, and Sergei Eisenstein's Strike. Both films are known for their groundbreaking use of montage and the powerful…

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  • The Unknown Citizen

    ideas are, “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas” by Ursula K. LeGuin and “The Unknown Citizen” by W.H. Auden. In both pieces the author brings out a situation where a person is unhappy with their life and how the people around them live. “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas” tells an amazing story of a perfect city that gets all the great things in life at the cost of a little boy suffering. As well in the “Unknown Citizen” Auden tells a story about a government official reviewing a unhappy man’s…

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  • Once Upon A Time In The West Film Analysis

    As an added bonus, Leone took into account the music’s tempo to adjust the movements of the camera as well. Leone’s vision was not in making an intellectual statement, even if there were deeper meanings in this offering. The intent was to use the music as another palette to “describe” and “enhance” the visual aspect of the movie…

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  • Dunkirk Movie Themes

    With Dunkirk Christopher Nolan has reached new heights of filmmaking and he seems to have employed a whole new set of techniques. Gone is the dialogue and one-liners that we associate with Hollywood. No famous Hollywood stars (with a couple of exceptions) are present either. Speaking of stars, the director focuses on the anonymity of a few people, without revealing their names most of the time. And if you expect to watch a war film like Saving Private Ryan you will be disappointed. According to…

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  • Citizen Kane Rashomon Vs Stories We Tell

    scholarly film critic to figure these motion pictures out. On the other side, some movies are extremely intricate and take some deep meditating and even then one may not be able to fully put together what they have just spent two hours watching. Citizen Kane, Rashomon, and Stories We Tell are three pictures that fall somewhere between these boundaries. All of these films deal with something that happened in the past and different people attempting to recreate the moment. The conflict in each of…

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  • Photography In The Movie Hero Essay

    Essay 1 The use of color and photography in Hero The thorough analysis of the use of color and photography in the film Hero It is fact that the film Hero was a box office smash, and won several different types of awards around the world. The director , and producer was Zhang Yimou, and the cinematographer Christopher Doyle which worked together for the first time on Hero and resulted in the film's unique style of layout and design concerning the use of color and photography.…

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  • A Symbolism In Orson Welles's Citizen Kane

    value in modern society. Snow globes are not a symbol of power, they are not a symbol of success, in fact, they are often simply a cheap way to remember a fantastic place. This is the idea depicted by the snow globe in Orson Welles’ film classic: Citizen Kane. The film begins with a series of gloomy, dark shots, followed…

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  • Tragic Techniques In Citizen Kane

    Citizen Kane is perhaps known around the world (and especially in the United States) as one the greatest American films ever made, and created by one of America’s greatest film directors that ever lived, his bold style and unconventional techniques made him a maverick, a genius, and rebel in the entertainment industry, and like the character portrayed in the film, director Orson Welles also had his rise and fall to fame. The film begins among the desolate landscape and remains of Xanadu…

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  • Requiem For A Dream

    Mirdjine Marius Professor Bennett ENC 1101 08/1/15 Requiem for a Dream and Malena Malena and Requiem for a Dream were two films I watched they were both released in the year 2000, which they are completely two different films. There are a number of reasons why either films would have been chosen over other films reason being it includes storyline, the affect it has on the viewer’s point of view, have actors or actresses, and what they bring to the viewer attention. One more…

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  • Great Gatsby Compare And Contrast Essay

    F. Scott Fitzgerald 's The Great Gatsby illustrates how the desire to attend the desperate pursuit of the American dream in making material wealth the primary indicator of success led Jay Gatsby to a tragic ending. First, What the American dream had as effect on Jay Gatsby’s and Charles Foster Kane’s lives. Jay Gatsby began existence with little, as the child of genuinely unsuccessful ranchers. When he was a young fellow he had even less, having willfully antagonized himself from his family,…

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