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    Macbeth, a story written by Shakespeare, concludes a story in which has content that is shown effectively and expressed in a couple different ways. The films that were shown such as Roman Polanski, Philip Casson and Rupert Goold had their own techniques of interpreting Macbeth. In this instance, for Act 1 Scene 1 when looking at the witches, all three film clips are focused on the shots to emphasize the witches. For Act 2 Scene 2 when the clips are showing the post murder meeting of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth all films were mainly assimilated on the shots for a visually reference. And lastly. Act 5 Scene 1, the films mainly highlight the actions and lighting aspects of the clip. All three films are effective in their own way. The films show…

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    but it wasn’t until I took a step back and saw the variety of shots and how each one of them is put together that I realized that there is more then one way to watch a movie. The different ways that a film is shot and how the scene is constructed are ways directors convey meaning to the audience. Film language and mise-en-scene are greatly present during the film Edge of Tomorrow. The first scene that I want to discuss…

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    Though Robert Zemeckis’ Back to the Future is extremely successful in being a fun, blockbuster film, it does a very job in how it crafts the relationships between specific characters. Though Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) is facing a struggle to get back home, there’s another struggle occurring in the movie between his father, George (Crispin Glover), and town bully, Biff Tannen (Thomas F. Wilson). By tracing their acting and relative staging of these two in certain shots, a narrative between them…

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    I definitely think that the most moving scene would have to be when Andy escapes from the prison at the end of the movie. I thought it was very creative how Stephen King chose to have a close up of Andy, with his back to the camera while he was using an axe to make a hole in the wall. I believe this shows how much he is willing to go through to try and escape. I liked the extreme long shot of Andy crawling towards the camera, through the hole he made. You could really see his facial expression…

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    Everyday millions upon millions of people head out with friends, family, or their significant others to go partake in a simple activity, watching a movie. There are tons of movies to pick from; they come in different languages with different genres and different stories to tell, but one thing they have on common are the messages that they send out. These messages can show up in one brief scene yet teach the audience so much about morals or issues around the world and create emotions within the…

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    film because I really enjoy Herzog’s film style, and I also enjoy how he uses specific shots and scenes to portray how he is against the gruesome nature of war and attacks. In this film, I have chosen two sequences where I believe that Herzog is trying to get his point across of the violence that come from war. For example, as Herzog uses the first sequence of the birds, to the bones of the dead, to the empty military vehicles, he is contrasting life and death. Similarly, he pans over in the…

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    Speech #1 Edward R. Murrow, a CBS reporter and war correspondent delivered a report from Buchenwald, Germany on April 16, 1945. He delivered this dialect upon seeing the atrocities committed by the Germans towards the Jews. He addresses the American people, describing the scene he had witnessed at this labor camp, which he found the scene to be so unbelievable that he is rendered speechless many times through out his speech. Murrow’s outrage is so apparent through-out his account, that it is…

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    Videogame’s bad reputation: Disdain for the medium I have seen too many news reports that propose that videogames are a vile, mortifying plague. Videogames are a rather new medium of art and entertainment, and like their predecessors, videogames are the new scapegoat. Certain lobbyists, like the famous Jack Thompson, have argued that videogames are corrupting the youth of America. This, I will argue, is a skewed perception on the medium as a whole, and it is the issue of this paper. I implore…

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    full of pieces that didn’t make it into the final composition. Kathy sells her art at juried art festivals and a local boutique, as well as online on her website. She may be new to the medium, but her first festival garnered her a “Judge’s Choice” award. Kathy resides in urban Cleveland, Ohio, where she revels in the fact that she is close to art museums and botanical gardens. She is currently taking metal working classes and will soon start a photography class. She can be found at:…

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    As the first two conventions mentioned above, this convention can also be found in most surveillance films. When watching this murder scene viewers are left feeling betrayed, because that is exactly what happened when Lou’s partner was shot and killed. What makes this murder scene different from other surveillance film murder scenes is that the murder was not for seeable compared to other movies. For example, as we seen in The Conversation the murder was mentioned before it happened even…

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