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    Australian Film Industry

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    Australian Film Industry?” After I moved to Australia at the hindsight of this year, I happened to make an argument to myself in regard to the state of the Australia Film Industry. However, over the course of the year, being established here with my studies, analyzing the employment market and meeting professionals from the industry, it is conclusive that the Australian Film Industry is indeed facing a severe crisis from the past two decades. One can easily pick the selectively handful films that

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    Sackville Film Industry

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    cultural industry is different for a variety of reasons. In my essay, I chose to write about the motion picture industry. The majority of Canadians would agree that the film industry is a big part of their daily lives. I will go into detail to illustrate the geographical patterns of the film industry, the organizational process, important international cities and how the film industry has an influence on Sackville. The film industry is a large industry derived from Hollywood. The major film industries;

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    Article Critique: Adaptation in the Film Industry From the very outset, it is worth noting that the article’s central theme is the practice of adaptation. Adaption is used in the article to describe the practice of transforming an already existing work of art to come up with a new form of art. In essence, adaptation involves developing a new work of art (such as a film) from an existing one (such as a novel or play). The new work of art is said to have transformed or adapted the original. As such

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    structures pertinent to the film industry, fashion industry or repertory theatre are often as different as all cultural industries are to the manufacturing sector. (Thompson et al, 2007: 638) Explain and Discuss Cultural Industries (sometimes also known as "creative industries") combine the creation, production, and distribution of goods and services that are cultural in nature and usually protected by intellectual property rights (GATT 2005). In recent years the creative industry has become an obsession

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    Film Industry Depression

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    part of American's lives. They are a way to escape everyday life and experience action and adventure of some sort. Throughout time, movies have developed into what they are today. During a time of depression and economic worries, The Hollywood Movie Industry flourished and greatly influenced people's lives in the 1930s. The movies were a captivating escape from the reality of the depression. During a time of economic hardship, people needed something to hold onto and hope for. For many, movies was this

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    Hindi Film Industry

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    INTRODUCTION The bollywood industry is one of the largest industries in India, though it is still not considered to be a mainstream industry because of its highly unorganised structure. Nevertheless it cannot be denied that it is one of the most lucrative and highly volatile sectors, where a film can make or break careers. The movie industry largely depends on the audience, the consuming public for its revenue. The way and means to reach this diverse audience is through promotions. Where once,

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    The film industry is one of the most prevalent industries in today’s society and, as such, produces large numbers of content every year. This content is indicative of larger systems of power and oppression and is filled with many different instances of sexism. Between 19995 and 2005, about 90% of films made were teenages films (Behm-Morawitz and Mastro, pg 134). In this specific genre, female characters were much more likely to engage in socially aggressive behaviors like spreading rumors or using

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    Film Industry Decline

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    relative importance of the motion picture industry as a mass medium, other factors should not be overlooked. (Encyclopedia n.p) After the war, more families moved to the suburbs, and the birthrate was very high, leaving it hard for them to get to the movie theaters. At first the film makers ignored the threat of television and even mocked it, but the audience numbers kept declining. Their response to the threat was to make fewer, but more expensive films. Film makers felt they had to produce an experience

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    winning Best Foreign Language Film. There should be much more inclusion of Latinx, Asians and other minority entertainers within those nominations. Diversity is not only a black and white issue, diversity is much more than that, it’s the representation of gender, sexual orientation, and races. Apart from the Black community being represented during this year’s Academy Awards, the division amongst Asian, Latinx, and LGBT communities is yet to change in the industry. A recent uproar from fans of

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    Restriction of expression in the film industry is in the form of censorship, which in the UK was set up in 1912 as the British Board of Film Censorship (BBFC) by the film industry as a self-regulatory body charging the film industry for the service. The local councils in the UK usually accepted these classifications. This is a view of the censorship laws and in particular the era of the ‘video nasty’ and how it slipped through the film censorship net. Looking back to the 1930’s, an early example

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