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The Force of Talk in the Film A Thin Blue Line Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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A discourse is an extensive debate about the perceptions that different people have towards certain truths. Documentaries are produced to reveal different dimensions of reality and they provide audiences with an in-depth explanation of non-fiction stories backed up with numerous pieces of evidence which can be at times contradictory.
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Poverty and the Social Problems in Movies Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The dominant theme that flows through both God's City and Slum Dog Millionaire movies is poverty. The two movies are set in two different continents in the world which are worlds apart in terms of religion, language and culture but share a lot of parallel themes. 
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Video Games Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The market of video games does everything possible and impossible to attract new consumers: championships and contests attract gamers from all around the world, video games become connected to the movies and music, and so the place of video games in the popular culture is very significant.  
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The Sixties - Sir No Sir And the Movie A Yank in Viet-Nam Compared Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The sixties was a stormy decade of monumental tragedies, cultural events, changes, advancements, assassinations and deaths. However, 1963 was marked the worst year for film production within fifty years. That is there were only about 121 feature releases. Nonetheless, the subsequent year saw the largest number of foreign movies released in the US. 
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Transcultural Issues in Asian Films and Controversies Associated with the Asian Films Visual Arts & Film Studies Term Paper
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Jackie Chan was born in Hong- Kong in 1954 (Biography.com, 2015). He began to practice martial arts, acting and singing, at the age of seven. Unlike many children of his age, Jackie Chan did not have the privilege of staying with his parents. His parents immigrated to Australia leaving Jackie with his grandparents.
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The Documentary Mondovino - the Propaganda Model of Globalization and Food Industry Cutting the Economic and Political Benefits for Farmers Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The corporate responsibility that is a part of every business is one that is currently being examined, specifically because it affects the social and cultural attributes within a given group.  In the documentary, MondoVino, there is an understanding of how the wine corporation has changed, specifically because of globalization and the regulations which are being used in the food industry.
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The Art of Watching Film Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The film’s visual design is a central area of importance as its interaction with the narrative and plot, as well as its standalone qualities function to create an emotional effect in the viewer, and advance tropes such as situational irony, further emphasize character traits, and even constitute its own genre, as in the case of film noir.
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Summary of Gattaca Movie Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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Knowledge-as-contact was exemplified very well by the relation of friendship between Jerome and Vincent, Vincent and Irene and even Anton and Vincent while knowledge-as-control was exemplified by the goings-on at Gattaca where knowledge is through the sampling of one’s urine, hair, blood, saliva and whatever registered on the screen of the computer.
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A Critique of the Film Lost and Delirious Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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Generally, I have to admit that I am surprised by the reactions of other characters to the lesbian girls.  Considering that most girls in the school as well as the parents and administrators were born and brought up in the United States, it is a little disappointing to find them acting anachronistically.
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Special Features of Alfred Hitchcock Movies, Benefits and Criticism Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The first film show, the Lumiere Show by Lumiere brothers in 1895 was just a little shot of a train pulling up into the railway platform. The viewers were not sure whether what they were seeing on the screen was real or not. 
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Expressions and Ideologies in Across the Universe Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The concept of ideologies and genre are able to work toward a larger theme in various types of films. The movie Across the Universe is able to show the historical elements of the 1960s and how this shook and transformed the history of the time. The film looks at the historical, cultural and political perspectives of the time to show the main point.
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Andy Goldsworthy: Visual Culture Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The works and pieces of Goldsworthy are known for the naturalistic expressions which are built in a time of machinery and manufacturing (Goldsworthy, 1990: 1). This statement is one that has influenced other schools of thought and artists, specifically with the strong expression which relates to his works.
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The Key Cinematic Elements in The Sound of Music Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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Human beings are such critical and fickle-minded creatures. As an art form, it takes a lot for a film to succeed in the industry. The term classic is awarded to only a number of films and critics may not even always agree on branding a film with such accordance. However, when it comes to classics, perhaps every critic would agree that the 1965 film The Sound of Music deserves recognition.
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The Representation of Race in Eddie Murphy and Dan Ackroyd's Film Trading Places Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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When exploring the representation of a contemporary media text such as Eddie Murphy and Dan Ackroyd's film Trading Places, there are many ways in which race is represented in terms of place in society, behavior, and abilities.  Although movies are generally seen as a means of escaping the everyday world to a few hours of fantasy, they can also have a profound impact on how we view the world.
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Ingmar Bergman and Auteur Theory Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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This essay examines the concept of the author in terms of its articulation in the theories of Andrew Sarris and Roland Barthes. Specifically, the essay implements the films of Ingmar Bergman, specifically The Seventh Seal and The Persona, in arguing their nature as elements within the broader understanding of Bergman's auteurist vision.
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Representation of British Identity in the Films of Post World War II Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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The Second World War was clearly a defining moment in British history, but it was also of immense importance to the British film industry. What started out as a means of conveying propaganda became a way of revisiting, and rethinking the experiences of the years of war. In this way, many of the war films of the post World War period turned out to be true portrayals of the British identity.
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The Cinematic Gaze Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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The medium of cinema is purported to be a medium that can potentially provide a depiction of reality as it exists because the camera does not lie and reveals things as they really are.  Moreover, the cinematic apparatus turns a viewer into a voyeur who is able to gaze into the lives of others, gaining a perspective on events as they actually occur.
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From Victim to Heroine: The Depiction of Woman in the Movie Osama Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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She worked in the grocery store of a friend, and for a while managed to circumvent the Taliban rule that all women should work indoors. She is made to join a local school, but her secret is discovered when she gets her first menstrual period. She is then forced to marry a man about four times her age. Her frightened eyes peeking from under the traditional burka.
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The Problem of Conflict in the Film Remembering the Titans Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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In fact, it was only during 1971 that the School Board agreed to combine the blacks and whites together in one campus which created a public uproar. Change always breeds resistance especially when it is abrupt and people are not ready for it. Things became more complicated when the new coach for the high school football team was a black man. 
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Analysis of Michelangelo Antonionis Films Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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Generally speaking, it is quite essential to state that in the Deserto Rosso Antonioni is feeling his way into a new authorial position, where the psychological landscape can be given the same affectionate, intuitive and annoyingly unresolved treatment that the natural and cityscape landscapes had before.
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Fashion, Film and Rebellion Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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All this can be done with the help of films that portray heavy fashion as they give people a chance to raise their voice and choose their own paths. Films are the best way to portray something and have a lot of attention attached to them, and since fashion is the visual aid that people’s eyes can feast on, any form of fashion provides the best form of rebellion in film.
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How Graphic Design Shapes Popular Culture Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Art and design have been with us since the beginning of time. The early man used to paint on walls using crude tools and dye the paintings. The paintings were an illustration of their way of life and still communicate through the designs. Graphic design is used to pass messages through pictures, images, words, and types. 
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Realities of Freedom in Bolivar Soy Yo Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The statements that are made and which are based on ideas of liberty show that the Latin American ideology is one that continues to be focused on independence, freedom and political ideologies that should become a reality, as opposed to being a fantasy.  The impact that this has made is reflected in soap operas as well as other television series.
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Concepts of National Cinema Visual Arts & Film Studies Literature review
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Prior to the 1980s, critical writings on cinema adopted common-sense notions of national cinema. The idea of national cinema has long informed of the promotion of non-Hollywood cinemas. Along with the name of the director-auteur, it has served as a means by which non-Hollywood films – most commonly art films – have been labeled, distributed and reviewed.
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The Human Condition as Seen Through Art Work Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Leighton’s painting came from a different era, one in which it was acceptable to value one’s life while still on earth. It is only through this sort of world view that the sacrifices that Abelard and Heloise made would have been acceptable and would not have to result in either person finding themselves in wither a circle of hell or a level of purgatory.
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Sound Design for Animation Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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As indicated above, almost 70 % of an animation film is made of sound only. Hence, it is very important that the musical chords, the sound effects, and the instrumentalization—all of these—support the visuals of an animation feature to carry the event and its place in a manner that is delightful and exciting for the audience.
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The Idea of Disordered Reasoning in Fashion Photography Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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 Any reasoning that lacks the ability to be perceived in an accurate manner can be referred to in the context of disordered reason. In art and photography, this term has been used to justify those ambiguities that are present and are considered highly prestigious in glamour or nude photography with a numb justification and has set a standard that might be applied to living bodies.
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The Film Wall Street Directed by Oliver Stone Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The film highlights the low representation of women in the industry and the predominantly patriarchal nature of Wall Street. The film also highlights in its conclusion, the inevitable destruction that results from materialistic, self-serving goals in organizations and provides food for thought on the need for the introduction of ethical standards in the functioning of corporations.
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Similarities and Differences in the Use of Objects in Films and Exhibitions Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The main difference in the roles played by both the curator and the film director is that the film director uses persons to achieve his objective while the curator uses historical events and objects like photographs to achieve his aims and objectives in his narrative. The film director highly emphasizes on imagery and motion of pictures in developing his narrative and story.
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Y Tu Mama Tambien - Conflict Outward or Within Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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“Y Tu Mamá También” (“And your mother too”) is the fourth film of director Alfonso Cuaron which marks his return to Mexican roots. The film is a coming of age tale set against the backdrop of the picturesque Mexican countryside. Like most coming of age tales, the central theme is the transition from the youthful exuberance of high school adolescence to the responsibilities of adulthood. 
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Fires Were Started and Saturday Night and Sunday Morning Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The film, “Fires Were Started” released in 1943, was a semi-documentary feature film produced in Britain during WWII. The story was based on the lives of firemen who were real-life heroes in their dedicated service during the World War. One such event of fire fighting was recreated in the film and the firemen who had been participants in that event were chosen as the actors in the film.
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Analysis of Vittorio De Sica's Bicycle Thieves Movie Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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Many sequences in the movie making use of all these elements in an understated manner and exhibit De Sicca’s mastery of craft and form that has made it the most representative among Italian Neorealist movies. It reiterates the relationship between not just the text and context, but also the character and the context. 
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Dignifying African American Characters through Hollywood Blockbusters from a Chinese Perspective Visual Arts & Film Studies Research Paper
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There is a stark difference in the culture of the two nations and little interaction between the Chinese and the Africans. The image of Black is built through the commercial American films which they get to see in which Blacks are usually caste in supporting roles or very hostile stereotypical roles of either muggers or drug dealers. 
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Jane Eyre and Rebecca Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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Joan Fontaine is able to reveal just the right amount of inhibition, shyness, and fearfulness that the role requires and comes across as a plain-looking woman no match for the glamorous former Mrs de Winter despite the fact that in reality, she is so beautiful, Laurence Olivier is particularly apt in the brooding role of husband who is mostly silent and uncommunicative until the end of the film.
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Cinema Techniques and Perception Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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The ability to combine these with director perspectives through the use of cinematic technique combines to create a specific viewpoint and understanding of thematic material that is used in different films. In Touch of Evil, the different interpretations can be seen through the plot, character, and interpretations of the film.
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Easy Rider and Bonnie and Clyde Hollywood Films Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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It is quite essential to state that this essay has examined the ways that Easy Rider and Bonnie and Clyde exemplify and problematize the accepted formal paradigm of classical narrative. In this context of understanding it’s demonstrated that both films highly problematize the classic Hollywood narrative.
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Latin American Cinematography and Discourses Offered by Chicano to the Audience Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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An individual’s human entity in a particular social domain is not accepted, depending over his spontaneous and natural human virtues but his entity is transformed into social identity through various sorts of socio-cultural impacts, prevailing political norms, and incidents, capable enough to determine the course of an individual’s process of living life. 
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Andre Bazins Theorisation of Cinematic Realism Visual Arts & Film Studies Research Paper
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The evidence indicates that Bazin seeks to define the essence of cinema through his orientation towards realism underlined by paradox, replication and mimesis, teleology which is the explanation of the ultimate purpose in natural phenomena, and philosophical depiction of the material aspects of the world’s reality.
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The Development of Sitcom Television Format Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Since the widespread distribution of the television set into private homes and the ability to transmit a number of stations, the situation comedy has been a popular program format. This format was developed during the 1950s with shows such as I Love Lucy which were themselves adaptations from live ‘dinner’ shows and other forms of entertainment such as radio and stage.
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Chinese Cinema: The Road Home and The Banquet Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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Chinese Civilization originated in the banks of the Yellow River, is rich in cultural heritage. The Chinese directors demonstrate less interest to select themes from their modern history but are interested to select themes from medieval history. Here, the attempt is to investigate the treatment of history in the film-The Road Home by Zhang Yimou.
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Art and the Church and the national parks are practically the same thing. Youre defended because youre ineffectual. Do you agree with this statement Visual Arts & Film Studies Term Paper
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In reference to his own paintings he says nobody wanted to buy them and they were soon replaced by fresher paintings in their exhibition over time. However, some artists are very effective in creating an artwork that captures the imagination of a whole
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Infernal Affairs Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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This movie got huge international reception all over the globe which boosted up the morale of Hong Kong film makers and gave them a vision to implant more creativity in their cinema. The story line along with direction was magnificent; this is why it was
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The Representation of Business in Erin Brockovich (2000) and Other Peoples Money (1991) Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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How the motion pictures present business is aided by a number of technical, cinematic character roles and audience positioning devices to create representations that correlate with the messages and values of the films.  Both films are business-oriented in theme and seek to define business as a term and concept whilst also presenting it in the context of the film’s events. 
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Analysis of the Movie Man with the Movie Camera Directed by Dziga Vertov Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The essay discusses the movie from the technology, social and political perspective and finds the implication of certain documentary theories in the work of Vertov. It is revealed that the movie has been created by Vertov as an attempt to illustrate the possibility of reflecting political and social ideologies within the artwork.
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Deconstruction component of the 1998 and 2001 film RUSH HOUR Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The chemistry of the two leads, combined with the comedy of their cultural differences, and the action of the films, made these two films huge box office successes in the
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City women are problematic, transgressive, or even threatening presences. Discuss the representation of the women of the city in Sunrise (1927) Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The depiction of women in films has always been considered an important discourse in the representation of women. In Sunrise (1927), city women are depicted as problematic,
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Woochi - The Demon Slayer Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The film “Woochi” (2009) is set in the action-adventure genre, with the nature of the film being constructed to appeal to a less cerebral, and more adrenaline rush type response. The film is based upon the concepts of martial arts, silly humor, and special effects that combine for a lighter, more relaxing style of the movie experience.
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The Impact of German Film Industry on the Development of World Cinema Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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Rumelin [2005] observes, “when the film is most widely considered a medium of entertainment it remains, as before, a cultural object and a cultural messenger”, likewise films carry the cultural message and political and social background of the respective country. The film industry has stepped into the field of innovations. 
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Exhibition/Programming Catalogue Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The idea of the catalogue is an initial step in collecting a number of films that would attract a large crowd. Many people have a liking for goods that are given ample description before the actual purchase. Therefore, this would be a better drill to the market as many
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Genre-Based Media Reviews Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Roger Ebert’s review is focused upon the convention of the story events, which is the narrative and plot conventions, and the characters themselves. He notes that the characters have depth to them, such as Ada, who comes across as hard, but is
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