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  • U.S.'s Influence on British Cinema Culture Between 1930 and 1980

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    U.S.'s Influence on British Cinema Culture Between 1930 and 1980 Britain and America have always had a very close relationship that could have stemmed from a number of different things. The English discovered America, they both speak the same language and the fact that America helped Britain in the first World War may have played an important part in why the two countries are so close. Due to this close bond or the 'special relationship' between the countries, over

  • Film Industry : Creative Industry

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    Film Industry CREATIVE INDUSTRY REPORT Mickey Brestakova | HND 3D Animation | 26/09/17  Background and History of Creative Industry The British’s creative industries have never been stronger. British creators are behind some of the world’s successful video games, UK architectural corporations lead on high-profile projects across the world, while British films are taking the most wanted of international industry awards. It’s a way to describe a lot of different activities which have creativity at

  • The Influences Of Martin Scorsese's Films

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    Scorsese was born in Queens, New York. However, his family moved to Little Italy, Manhattan prior to him starting school. Both his parents worked in New York’s Garment District. His father’s parents emigrated from Polizzi Generosa, a province in Palermo, Sicily. His mother’s grandparents were also from Palermo. Martin Scorsese was raised in a devoutly Catholic family. Something that heavily influenced the theme and style of his movies as well will see later on in this paper. Growing up, Scorsese

  • Film Analysis: The Red Shoes

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    do you want to live?” This scene, as well as the entirety of The Red Shoes, resonates with my passion for film. Without cinema I am nothing. Film is an artistic medium with the capability of telling a profound story and creating a feeling. Powell and Pressburger do this beautifully in The Red Shoes through their use of color and editing, capturing the struggle between Victoria’s personal and professional lives. The power of a great movie can bring its audience into another world, and allow the viewer

  • The Films I Know Where I 'm Going

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    The films I Know Where I’m Going (1945) and Separate Lie ( 2005). Introduction The passage of time often results in change. In effect, it would be safe to assume that change over prolonged periods denotes progress from one point to another. In the case of film production, there is a stark difference between films produced as early as the 1950s and those produced following the turn of the 21st century. This change can be thematic or evident from the nature of production, which is important in describing