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  • Analysis Of ' On The Waterfront '

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    “On the Waterfront” was photographed in such a captivating way. Boris Kaufman had a vision ahead of his time. Many scenes in the movie are understood, not just through the script, but from the cinematography as well. Three scenes in particular catch my eye. It is the artistic style and flare of conveying the same idea in multiple mediums. The first scene is when Terry and Edie are on the rooftop at Joey’s pigeon coup. This scene portrays the moment in which I believe was the catalyst for Terry that

  • Analysis Of The Film ' The Feather '

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    ening scene, contributes to the tone of the entire movie.From right the beginning of the film, the feather is already floating around in theair. This white feather is a symbolic object that counts as a sign. The whiteness of itseems to show the purity and innocence Forrest has, and his enthusiastic personality,where he is determined to do whatever it takes to fulfill his own, and his friends andfamilies dreams. It also seem to symbolize the famous quote that his mom always said,Life is like a box

  • Film Analysis : ' The Film '

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    of a three-dimensional space. Some techniques utilized by filmmakers are the same as those painters’ use; things such as lighting, color, contrast, and shadows. Yet when the painting starts to move a whole new world of spatial elements open up, giving a filmmaker many ways to bring a two-dimensional image to life. The space created by such 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

  • Essay Analysis of the Gladiator Trailer

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    Analysis of the Gladiator Trailer Trailers are important to films for a number of reasons. They promote a film and present it to the target audience, in order to encourage them to watch the film. Trailers also give the audience expectations of the film. The audience like to know what to expect of a film before they go and see it. The audience is given a taste of the story and the basic plot. This is done by showing an array of clips that are edited to a certain degree

  • Essay about The Sixth Sense by Manoj Night Shyamalan

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    The Sixth Sense by Manoj Night Shyamalan Through close analysis of the restaurant scene and the scene where Dr Crowe is in the hose with both Cole and his mother, discuss the techniques used to make the audience believe that Dr Crowe is alive. The Sixth Sense made in 1999, a suspense drama thriller directed by Manoj Night Shyamalan. Dr Malcom Crowe (Bruce Willis) is a child psychologist, one night he and his wife were celebrating his award, for his “recognition

  • The Blind Side Essay

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    and year of publication * ‘The Blind Side’ is a film composed by John Lee Hancock (2009) Identify the context in which your ORT has been set and they key ideas related to the concept of belonging which are represented. * The blind Side was created based on the 2006 book ‘The Blind Side: Evolution of a game”. The film was set in Memphis, in various environments such as A Christian School, the Tuohy’s household and other areas. This film explores the life of the main character, Michael Oher

  • The Opportunities and Limitations in Using a Single Camera Essay

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    The Opportunities and Limitations in Using a Single Camera In the early days of film making the director would not have the choice of using the multi-camera setups and editing suites that we have today. He or she would have just one camera to shoot all the shots needed and then when it came to the editing process, all the shots would need to be selected, the different frames sliced apart, and spliced back together in the desired order. As you can imagine this was a time consuming process

  • Analysis Of ' Run Lola Run And Street Art ' I Love You '

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    Tom Tykwer 1998 film, Run Lola Run and street art ‘I love you’ by Banksy both explore distinctively visual elements though various film techniques and visual techniques. The two texts aim to manipulate the way in which we explore and interpret the images we are exposed to in our world. One main reason these pieces interrelate is because both texts utilise various techniques in order to create distinctively visual elements which explores the basic aspects of life-love, time and chance. Banksy’s street

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' The Night '

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    The third scene in this episode is in the hotel’s restaurant area, where all of the characters gather to have breakfast together. The lighting in this particular scene only focuses on the are where the main characters will be at. For instance, the table they are going to sit at, and the buffet area, where Joey and Chandler take some food for their breakfast. While Joey and Chandler walk to the buffet area, the camera follow both of them, in other word, a dolly shot. Although the shot was fairly

  • A Report Of Not Less Than 1500 Words

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    Providing information/withholding information Task 1 The development of editing from its humble beginnings, to the much more sophisticated The earliest films in the 1900s were all done on camera, this involved no editing whatsoever and the film would be filmed in the same order exactly the way it would have been seen in theatres one roll of film. The Lumiere Brothers In 1985 the Lumiere Brothers invented cinematographe which was basically a three in one device that recorded captured and projected