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  • The Impact Of Citizen Kane On The Film Industry

    Citizen Kane is considered by many to be one of the greatest, if not the greatest film of all time, and while I find the notion of labeling one movie as “the greatest film ever made” a bit overzealous, the contributions that Citizen Kane made to the film industry and the impact that it had on the audiences in its era is remarkable. Citizen Kane a substantial influence on the audience and the film industry through its use of innovative narrative style and technical cinematic elements that may not…

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  • White Chicks Cinematic Analysis

    In a movie do you wonder why a character is so close to the camera, or why it started raining out of nowhere ? The reason why is because the director is using cinematic effects. In the movie White Chicks, the director, Keenen Ivory Wayans, used many different cinematic effects. Wayans like to use long shot and close up shots in this movie, but also low and eye level angles. Wayans used different kinds of lightings like; high-key, neutral, front, bottom, and low-key lighting. Over all, the…

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  • Citizen Kane: Film Analysis

    Released in 1941, Citizen Kane and was produced, co-authored, directed and stared by Orson Welles. The movie was Welles first feature film and was nominated for Academy Awards in nine categories. Furthermore, the film is considered to be the greatest film of all time by critics, filmmakers, and fans. The setting takes place in Xanadu which is a luxurious mansion estate in Florida. The editing uses dissolves as the scene nears the mansion. We can see the lighting is low key and there is low angle…

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  • Martin Scorsese

    MARTIN SCORSESE Martin Charles Scorsese born November 17, 1942) is an American film director, screenwriter, producer, actor, and film historian. Part of the New Hollywood wave of filmmaking, he is widely regarded as one of the most significant and influential filmmakers in cinema history. In 1990, he founded The Film Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to film preservation, and in 2007 he founded the World Cinema Foundation. He is a recipient of the AFI Life Achievement Award for his…

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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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  • Citizen Kane Mirror Scene Analysis

    Citizen Kane was made in 1941 directed by Orson Welles, it is one of the best films of all time, created by one of the best film directors and cinematographers of all time. The movie contained several sequences and famous scenes that make this film a remarkable masterpiece. Mostly imply wonderful sound, lighting and shadowing, and camera angles. As a result of the actors performances play a big role of making this film very memorable. Therefore, I will personally explain why I enjoyed…

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  • The Dark Knight Rises Opening Scene Analysis

    Film is one of the most creative form of art that exists, and it is huge in this generation. The ultimate image we see in a movie frame comes from a trail of artistic decisions that had to be made by the director to give meaning to the story. For this paper, the opening scene of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises will be analysed. The paper has the following order: an explanation of what needs to be considered to analyse a movie, a brief explanation of the important elements of…

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