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  • The Emoji Movie Analysis

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    In the past few weeks there has been great backlash on a movie that had been released called ‘ The Emoji Movie’. Megan Garber, a staff writer at ‘ The Atlantic ‘ situated in Washington releases an article on why ‘The Emoji movie ‘ fails. The goal I want to achieve by writing this essay is to identify how the author builds the argument of the topic using different rhetorical strategies and check if the author established solid credible evidence to validate the arguments she made. The article being

  • My Role At Glenwood Studios

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    Place Studios provided various services such as tracking and mixing music for top artist in the music industry. 1500orNothin focuses more on producing and composing music for clients. My role at Glenwood Studios was to make sure everything looked great and was in order before the artist came in the studio. My task consisted of mostly cleaning the studio, sweeping the front court, making coffee and running errands. At 1500orNothin my role was more of an assisted engineer than cleaning the studio for

  • Studio Shaft Essay

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    What made Shaft different? What really sets studio Shaft apart from others is its director Akiyuki Shinbo. He revolutionized the studio into what it is today. As a director Shinbo brings such an imaginative style to all of his, and subsequently Shaft’s work. The big things Shinbo does different then other studios is first off what he chooses to create. While the studio realizes heavily on original anime which boosted success as discussed below in advertising, the works they adapt into anime are

  • Business Capstone Essay

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    Musically Infinite, LLC Business Plan Terrance P. Carson Principal 1990 Jonesboro Road McDonough, Georgia 30253 (770) 777-9311 www.musically.infinite@sounds.com November 16, 2012 A. Executive Summary 4 A1. Business Identification: 4 A2. Mission, Goals and Objectives: 5 A3. Keys to Success: 5 B. Company Summary 9 B1. Industry History: 9 B2. Legal Form of Ownership: 11 B3. Location and Facilities: 11 B4: Management Structure: 15 B5. Products and Service: 17 C. Market Analysis

  • The Audio Engineer

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    A vital part in the making of any professionally made album is the production and post-production process. These processes are the responsibility of audio engineers employed by record labels. The engineers are responsible for the recording, mixing, and mastering of audio tracks. To do this, engineers are trained with various technologies in the fields of multi track recording, outboard gear and digital/analog workstations. With their knowledge and tools, engineers help the artists convey their art

  • Challenging Lutgendorf's Ideas within his Article through Hayao Miyazaki's Film, Spirited Away

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    Intro: The discourse of film is a questionable field of study in its own respect. To say whether a film is influence or not by another medium is a problematic area as there are many factors to account for which can influence an artist’s project. In Philip Lutgendorf’s article, Is There An Indian Way of Filmmaking? (2006), he attempts to suggest how texts from the Indian cultural heritage could be used for the discourse of both Indian cinema as well as to the study of cinema itself, which justifies

  • Independent Film Industries Reinforce The Global Construction Of The Hybrid Genre

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    Independent Film Industries Reinforce The Global Construction Of The Hybrid Genre Almost every country has its own film industry. Films are being produced across the world, from the low budget gangster films of Britain's "Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" and Australia's "Chopper" to the French 'art cinema' of "L'aventura" and the German action offering of "Run Lola Run". This is of course to exclude America. Hollywood is the center of the global film industry and it

  • `` Princess Mononoke `` Directed By Hayao Miyazaki

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    In an interview with the director Hayao Miyazaki, he states that, “When you talk about plants, or an ecological system or forest, things are very easy if you decide that bad people ruined it. But that’s not what humans have been doing. It’s not bad people who are destroying forests.” With problems such as pollution, deforestation, and global warming constantly on the rise due to human consumption, creative minds around the globe are incorporating these themes into their works to express their thoughts

  • Spirited Away By Hayao Miyazaki

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    Spirited Away In Spirited Away, Hayao Miyazaki introduces a young girl named Chihiro. She’s brought into the Spirit World through the curiosity and greediness of her parents. Miyazaki makes her life problematic because of the simple nature of humans. He realizes that the different negative characteristics that humans have within them lead them to trouble, even children. He claims that “I 'm not going to make movies that tell children, "You should despair and run away".” (Hayao Miyazaki Quotes) With

  • The Success Of Twilight, The Hunger Games, And Divergent Are All Common Topics Of Today

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    rise in movie adaptations based on young adult novels. The success of Twilight, The Hunger Games, and Divergent are all common topics of today. An excellent adaption that some may not realize is based off a book is the movie Howls Moving Castle, from Studio Ghibli, a Japanese animation company that has had quite some success in the United States. It may go against the grain in its portrayal of the novel when compared to current trends in novel adaptions, however that’s where it finds its strengths.

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