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  • Music And Sound In Film

    dialogue or music, silent films would normally be accompanied by a pianist or even a whole orchestra. Therefore, music and sound have always been a big part of film. Films all have the same goal, to capture and engage us within their world and to evoke feelings of excitement. Sound is the essential part of any film production that many people still take for granted. Though film is practically a visual medium, all it takes is one click to silent the mute content to see how much film depends on…

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  • Muybridge: The Golden Age Of Hollywood

    and color revolutions and the advance of the "Talkies", and the further development of film genres. It was the decade in which the silent period ended, with many silent film stars not making the transition to sound. By 1933, the economic effects of the Depression were being strongly felt, especially in decreased movie theatre attendance. Although the movie industry considered itself Depression-proof, the film industry was just as vulnerable to the Depression’s impact as any other industry. To…

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  • Explosion Scene Analysis

    An Analysis of Cinematography and Sound in the Explosion Scene From ’71 (2015) Dir. Yann Demange ‘‘71’ is a film about a young soldier, Gary Hook, who gets stranded in Belfast in 1971 during the Troubles. He accidentally becomes the target for all parties involved and the complexity of the good and the bad in the Troubles become apparent. In the sequence I’ve chosen, Hook has his first glimpse of safety when he gets picked up by a young Protestant boy and taken a Loyalist pub. After mistakenly…

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  • Syfy Channel's Face Off Analysis

    do watch Face Off on SyFy. So that is the best I can do. SyFy channel’s Face Off is a reality television program where a group of makeup and prosthetic artists compete against each other to create a new one of a kind prosthesis that can be used in horror and science fiction movies. Each episode is a different concept and design challenge where the contestants are unaware of and have to create a full costume in a set time parameter. With the conclusion of each show one member is eliminated from…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career In The Film Industry

    Film in our world today is something we use to portray our imagination. We use films to put ourselves in dangerous and thrilling scenarios that we would never really want to be in. Why do people like to watch horror movies if they get scared? People like feeling like they are actually in the movie entering that dark, creepy room with the squeaky floorboards and the terrifying silhouettes. My major happens to be Film Making and Television Production and I chose this career because I enjoy the…

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  • Schindler's List Analysis

    From the beginning of the film, Schindler was a pure war profiteer of the Nazi party, but towards the end of the film Schindler did not care about money, but only worried about the lives of the innocent people that were suffering. However, there was one particular scene which sparked the change of his view on morality. This…

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  • Music In Film

    creating a film? The writer decides the characters and how they will react in different situations and their personalities. They also decide the setting of the movie and why a particular scene should be shot there. He also coordinates with the director and producer to accomplish the “what” in a given shot. A film director is responsible for developing a creative vision, which leads film to success. He is responsible for changing the scripts into wonderful shots. The responsibility of film…

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  • Edward Scissorhands Analysis Essay

    being thrust into a world where he is glaringly blatant in the midst of the suburbs. Despite his intimidating exterior, it is almost immediately exposed that Edward is just an innocent, childlike soul, intent on serving others. The purpose of this film was to delve into the threatening manner of suburbia and its dismissive views on originality. Burton shattered cliches and stereotypes of who ‘monsters’ are by introducing the monster in the form of townspeople. As Tim Burton’s individual ordeals…

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  • The Evolution Of Film: A Trip To The Moon

    Over time film has truly evolved and progressed in more ways than one. Since 1930 the art of the film has truly developed including evolving genres and ever changing production techniques. Since the creation of motion pictures in 1890 the presence of film has always been apart of society. Although motion pictures started off with no audio and color, directors were able to still get different ideas across to the audience. Throughout time many different effects were created in order to illustrate…

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  • Analysis Of American Film: The Hero's Quest

    these films. Certainly, this business has been booming for the past one-hundred years, and we keep on fueling the fire. Movies aren’t just about entertainment only. Many films have become part of the American culture, and many films from the US show how Americans think and feel about certain trends or ideas. American films are accurate representations of what America is to outsiders, and we do take pride in our work. American film is very popular among people worldwide. Many big film…

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