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  • Film Production Of Film Films

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    The history of film began in the 1890s, when motion picture cameras were invented and film production companies started to be established. Because of the limits of technology, films of the 1890s were under a minute long and until 1927 motion pictures were produced without sound. The first decade of motion picture saw film moving from a novelty to an established large-scale entertainment industry. The films became several minutes long consisting of several shots. The first rotating camera for taking

  • Movies : Films And Films

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    movies. People love the idea of pictures moving. Another name for the movies is actually motion pictures. Movies are one of the biggest Industry in the world. Movies make billions and billions of dollars a year. At first movies was just silent films. These films showed them doing scenes then they would have what the actor/actress said with writing. Then they would put the words that the actress said on the screen. Then eventually they had sound, but was still in black and white. Eventually color movies

  • The Diversity Of The Film Films

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    Diversity in films is important because representation matters. Viewers are drawn to shows with ethnically diverse lead cast members. Mostly all viewers love to watch shows that reflect and relate to their own experiences. Reddigari, a freelance writer, also expresses the question of why we lack diversity in films. “Hollywood has been producing inspiring films intended to capture the beauty, joy and sorrow in everyday life. As much as we love our favorite movies, we can’t help but notice that many

  • The Importance Of Film And Film

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    The importance of film and the movies that collectively tell history is easily overlooked during ones search for entertainment. Sometimes movies persuade the viewer without them noticing, and then sometimes it’s just obvious. During WWII, the film industry was still young, however, they were growing quickly. Hollywood was making an impression as soon as possible, and with the war just starting nearly 15 years after, Hollywood was able to expand onto that front. From persuading viewers, to being labeled

  • Music Of Film And Film

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    in to Film When is the last time that we as an audience watched a film without sound? What if the silent film was to make a resurgence, how would we, as a nation, respond? How important has music within film become? Why does music affect us the way that it does? From the beginning of film to today’s digital formatting, music had been a stable part of entertainment and used to suggest certain emotional responses on the audience and we haven’t questioned it. Music is an important part to film and without

  • Film Review : Film Films

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    Essay Documentary films have been applied to many movies over the course of time. Even Hollywood people are making “documentary-films”. But when a real documentary film maker makes a documentary film, he wants to change people’s attitude. There would be important information that would make the audience think hard on what they have witnessed. So, people ask, “what’s the nature of a documentary film”, “what subject does it have to deal with”, and “what is it doing to this day”. Films in Canada and England

  • Film Analysis : ' Movie ' Of A Film '

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    For anyone who has ever watched a film is a critic in some form. They judge various aspects based on personal feelings or attitudes, then state them for anybody to hear. I, the writer, am guilty of this type of film analysis. I based my ‘review’ of a film solely on how I felt the narrative evolved or how well the acting was done. I never considered why the rhetor of film choose certain details or what might have influenced the rhetor in the first place. However, through this course I was exposed

  • The Horror Of Film Films

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    The genre of film, found footage, is looked down upon in today’s society. Although the genre has a large following, since some if its top movies are the infamously popular Paranormal Activity series. Some believe the genre is taking the art away from making the movie and replacing it with jump scares all from the view of a handheld camera. Others believe it is a new way to make films cheaply and be able to still deliver the same amount of excitement or even more than your traditional film. Found footage

  • The Influence Of Film In Citizen Kane : A Film Descriptive Film

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    of cinema many films instantly come to mind, don’t they? Timeless movies, movies that make you feel something, that make you want to go out and change your life. Actor Russell Crowe once said that, “I want to make movies that pierce people's hearts and touch them in some way, even if it's just for the night while they're in the cinema; in that moment, I want to bring actual tears to their eyes and goosebumps to their skin.” Actors and directors alike strive to make provocative films because they understand

  • Film Analysis : ' The Film '

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    elements can be used to make the audience feel a certain way about a scene or movie as a whole. In the Swedish horror film Let the Right One In there are three scenes in which the vampire Eli murders people. The director Tomas Alfredson uses space differently in each of these scenes, evoking different emotions in the audience each time and escalating the horror sequentially as the film progresses. In the first, the audience is shown everything; Alfredson uses a single take and a motionless camera in