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    How the film version capture the essence of the play The book "Master Harold"...and the Boys, is a play written by Athol Fugard. It is about a boy, Hally, dealing with his abusive alcoholic father and his relationship with Sam, who is more of a father figure than his dad. The film adaptation of Athol Fugard’s play directed by Lonny Price is an impactful piece of art and it truly compliments the play. In the scene of how we meet Hally who becomes concerned when he hears his dad is coming home from

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    living body. A bodily movement or change of posture; gesture. ("the definition of motion," n.d.). Graphics is the art of drawing, Movies, Television. the titles, credits, subtitles, announcements, etc., shown on the screen before, or as part of, a film or television program. ("the definition of graphic," n.d.) The term “motion graphics” was first posed by John Withney, the well-known animator, in 1960. Saul Bass was the first one who outstandingly took advantage of motion graphics in his works (Yu

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    I took the action of watching a documentary film to learn more about the animal rights movements. The animal rights movement is about believing that non-human animals deserve protection and recognition. I first came across this issue when I saw a YouTube video talking about veganism. They consistently kept recommending this film about Gary Yourofsky discussing animal rights. After watching this film, it became so important to me because hearing about it and how animals are treated with such disrespect

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    Film School Proposal

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    would have to teach film. The name of my school would be called, The Film School of Lockhart. The film school's main goal would be to inspire it's students to have creativity in their passions. Each student attending the school would have to be very courageous of the subject of film. Our teachings would include the fundamental education of film and it's rich history to help the students to have a better understanding of film. This film school would explore the different genre's of film and unique ways

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    the semester with the assumption that sexuality and sexual orientation were essentially the same thing. Thanks to this course, I am currently aware that sexual orientation and sexuality are distinct topics. Not only did this class educate me on terminology, I also learned that sexuality is a broad topic. For example, I learned that sexuality counseling can be applied to sexual assault and rape survivors. This is an application I would have not considered possible at the beginning of the course.

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    As an individual who is passionate about film, I believe I am well suited to a degree within the subject. Over the past couple of years, my interest in photography stemmed to a deeper interest in film, television and moving image, in which I am aiming to widen my knowledge. I find the subject immensely enjoyable, as well as infinitely captivating; with film being able to portray emotion and address multiple themes effectively and vividly, whilst also providing the entertainment and the excitement

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    do know is that they communicate their passion widely through internet forums on social media. Therefore, my primary field site is an invitation-only Facebook page called Film Buffs. The purpose of the group is to “build an active, friendly community that encourages regular posts which draw debate and discussion on all things film.” Samuel introduced and invited me to this group so that I can conduct my fieldwork through it. Now, I am officially one of 7,174 member of the growing group. Beyond that

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    The portrayal of people being sickly creatures has been used in Hollywood film for a very long time. This has been in the endeavor of putting the viewing public in the shoes of the patient and entertain them with over the top portrayals of disease. For patients that are women in particular this has been achieved by defining them along the lines of vague terms such as them being over emotional and unstable. Despite the advancement experienced by the society, women have not yet fully seen the goal

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    frightfully shocking; a shuddering fear. Therefore, what makes horror appeal to the great masses? McCauley (1998) in his research, states that the fictional nature of horror films affordviewers a sense of control by placing psychological distance between them and the violent acts they have witnessed. In other words Horror films main appeal to the masses is the unrealism of the situation and the knowledge of its fictitious nature which evokes a fascination factor from the viewer. Horror stimulates the

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    physical threat to their well-being could be presented by the assessment. Students prone to stress/ anxiety attacks during group presentations can be given Vlog, Podcast, or 1-1 alternatives. Risk assessments of locations my media students film in serve both to extend the learners understanding of health and safety whilst helping them help me make our learning space everyone’s responsibility. Negotiation with learners to differentiated methods is a useful way to help the learner

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