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Installation Practices and the Relationship between the Object Viewed and the Spectator Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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While interacting with the artists, individuals have an opportunity to make inquiries about issues such as the relationship that the artist’s work bears with activism. Again, there are changes that have been witnesses through the facilitation of political change though there is a common belief of politics neutralizing art skills.
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Production of a TV Fiction Treatment & Evaluation Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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This film aims to demonstrate how prejudiced acts have broken family bonds and led to people hurting one another on the basis of misconceptions. The program will take its audience on an emotional journey that will reveal cunning acts of characters that leads to disheartening results. The television program will leave its viewers with a better understanding and appreciation for their neighbors.
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Perception and Meaning Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The art is often influenced by the artistic conventions of the community and not the individual perceptions of the artist per se. Perception and meaning in the art are not unique. On the flip side, it is normal and is affected by the normal cognitive behaviors that will affect the perception of art. The artists render their subject matter relative to the desired perception and aesthetic appeal.
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Chinese Film Industry and Transnational Cinema Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The growing popularity of Chinese cinema in the global arena has led to many Chinese filmmakers winning major international film awards in recent years. Such globalization of the Chinese film industry has resulted in the country earning a huge amount of foreign capital and also Chinese film companies are collaborating with foreign companies.
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Postmodernism and Contemporary Films Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Describing the contemporary films as postmodern is relevant in understanding film theories, use of arts in film making and the nature of popular culture. One can also understand the transition from modernism to postmodernism and the cultural implications associated the same. The idea of the nature of knowledge well defines the postmodernism aspects in film making.
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Is Film Noir a Genre or a Style Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Film viewers desire different types of stories. Some prefer movies having happy endings. Other film audiences prefer real-life situation movies. Another group prefers real history-based films. Science fiction films have their own target movie customers. Evidently, the film noir genre caters to the movie demands of the black film audiences.
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Tie-Dye Fabric Design Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Tie-dye is an old technique that has undergone significant transformation over many centuries. From its primitive beginnings in the 8th Century, when simple resist techniques and temporary dyes were used, tie-dying has developed over the period to encompass modern methods of design, application of permanent colors, and a greater level of intuitive resists.
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Film and Reflection of Society and Culture Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Other people are for the view that culture and society are reflected in films while films also exert a level of impact on culture. I conform to this view. This essay will analyze how films have been able to reflect on the culture and society in historical periods. I will consider how the Hollywood film industry reflects American culture.
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Cyborgs in Cinema Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Cyborgs in cinemas depict an understanding of how the human body works. A majority of cyborgs created from the anxiety human beings have to use the technology that is at their disposal depict the features of human beings. Their ability to have a high capacity of memory that is implanted shows their distinction from human beings.
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Sean Mcallisters Documentaries Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Documentaries give watchers great entertainment, education, and representation of events as they are. Over the years, various scholars have attempted to define and state the features that define documentaries. However, the idea that documentaries are meant to be a representation of factual events has remained all through.
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Analysis of Surrealism Movement in the History of Cinema Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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In the film, Alice in Wonderland, the director presents Surrealism by showing acceptable, even mandatory, mad, and rebellious characters and scenarios. These aspects relate to the characteristics presented by the sequence in the film, L’Age d’Or where the director forced the audience to adopt subconsciousness by opposing catholic sex taboo.
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A Raisin in the Sun Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Walter Young: he is in the mid-thirties. He is a husband to Ruth, a father to Travis, brother to Beneatha. Walter is the family’s breadwinner from his job as a limo driver. He is struggling to ensure his son and sister get an education. He is concerned that the income for his family is not sufficient, so he plans to invest in the liquor business.
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The British New Wave Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Alongside the British new wave also came an economic boom, whereby not only did it result in a state of development but also the growth of social democracy. These developments resulted to rise of educated persons who were eager to not only see the stuffiness of systems based upon status but also its fustiness.
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Issues and Trend that Impact upon Global Entertainment Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The future of the entertainment industry is dependent on the television and film industry and how these two segments are able to change themselves with time. At one point these two sectors are the key contributor to the entertainment industry but with the time there are more players like sports, the internet started to become dominant players.
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The Alien Body for Debating Post-War Anxieties Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Science fiction has always been a connection between imagination and reality. More precisely, the shortcomings of real life have always found a profound expression through the fantasy of the reel world through the medium of science fiction. During the 1950s and 1960s, when soldiers, fathers, sons, lovers and brothers returned from the war front, the craze of cinema watching reached its heights.
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Exploring an Object: Toilet Paper Roll Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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As suggested by Maslow values are importantly equivalent to requirements, and they are hierarchical in nature. The levels are founded on deficits in that individuals tend to value what they lack at the next greater level. For a higher level to become important, the lower-order level must be satisfied.
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Direct Cinema and Cinma Vrit Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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This paper defines and discusses the concepts, differences and similarities of both types of films, focusing on areas of disagreement and discrepancy. In addition, the variance in the outlook and methods between the forms will be explored. In relation to the Cinéma vérité and direct cinema, Chronique d’un Été (1961) and High School (1968) will be discussed.
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Akira Kurosawa and His Contribution to the Film Industry Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Kurosawa’s influence on the world cinema can only be envied if not replicated. Seven Samurai influenced three Hollywood movies: The Magnificent Seven, Battle Beyond the Stars and A Bug’s Life. The movie also inspired several Hindi movies. Star Wars, one of the biggest movies ever made was also influenced by Kurosawa.
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Broadcasting and Society Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The DVR also provides the consumer with the ability to shift television programming and set it to a time that is convenient to him while avoiding unnecessary commercials. The time-shifting capability means that an individual is capable of watching a television program at a different time rather than when the network originally provided it.
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The Role of Women in the First Season of I Love Lucy Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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In the total opposition to the societal expectations of gender, Lucille Ball stood, not only as of the dominant force of the show but also, as a very outstanding physical comedian and producer. Through the combination of Lucille and Lucy, she was made a truly empowering yet sympathetic example for the females.
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Marxist Theory of Recording Art History Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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It is undeniable that Marxist theories have become weaker and less relevant in the post-modern society as indicated by various critics. The proliferation of capitalist ideology in the post-modern world means that the Marxist theories, which were based on the socialism ideology, have little if any relevance. However, some specific ideologies from Marxism still permeate the post-modern society.
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Visual Images and Managing Behavior, Values and Social Relationships Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Visual culture has undergone an evolution since the times of renaissance up to now. The ability to perceive and make sense of visual imagery is regarded as highly important in various spheres of life. With the advanced technology, visual imagery has found wide applications including crime detection.
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Trends in Male Stardom: Contemporary Types of Masculinity Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The perceptions about stardom and masculinity are changing in contemporary American social life. Many of the elements that are considered as the elements of masculinity in the past are no more enjoying the same status now. At the same time, many new elements have been attached to the concept of masculinity at present.
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Italian Neorealism Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Essentially, neorealism indicates a particular genre of movies created during a specific period in Italy rather than an entire school of filmmaking. It can be concluded from the above discussion that Italian neorealist films are basically a not only depiction of real social issues on celluloid, but also that the narrations are done in a realistic manner.
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Relationship Between Photography and Reality Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Photography also resulted in a paradigm shift in the eighties in terms of the concept of reality, and while paintings together with drawings had created a representation of the world in terms of the experiences of their artists, their imaginations as well as technical skills, the advent of photography brought the possibility of accurate and full reproduction of reality.
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The Man With the Movie Camera Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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There is a reason why The Man with a Movie Camera is considered not just a remarkable classic but a work that was far ahead of its time. Abramov’s criticism can, therefore, be classified as an excellent case where the normality or the mediocrity of the masses reined in the genius of a visionary. Clearly, Abramov was severely hampered in his perspective.
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Traditional Curling Floral and Grass Pattern Visual Arts & Film Studies Dissertation
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The progress heritage is a superb display in order to modern-day textile design, the distinct fashion supply modern textile design a powerful enough sense of culture. This particular study expectations to uncover the specific general characteristics and can indeed acquire about modern textile design.
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Shot and Reverse Shot Technique Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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shot/reverse shot is a special technique that allows the filmmakers to put a tremendous emphasis on the significance of the interaction of the two characters and convey in a natural way. Indeed, all the elements that are featured in it match universal elements of human interaction. The scene from The Bourne Identity shows that it was wisely chosen by the directors.
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Realism and the Cinema Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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There are several differences between the main forms of editing seen today as compared to editing that was used several decades ago. One thing that remains constant that was perhaps expressed by both Cameron and Scorsese is that the future of film making lies in the editing room. Editing has also proved a significant tool in achieving film realism.
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Challenges, Opportunities, and Threats of Sustainability Fashion Designers Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The clients also exhibit a strict and insatiable material system and selection, and this makes it greatly disturbing for the fashion designers, due to the limited range of environmentally sustainable products available. Lack of sufficient education to the clients is also considered a significant impediment to sustainable fashion design practices.  
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To What Extent Does the Theme of Family or Childhood Preoccupy Contemporary Cinema Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Family movies are an essential part of contemporary cinema. These movies often resonate with a majority of American homes because of their relevant plots and captivating stories. That notwithstanding, there is still a clear contrast between the 1950s and the 1990s movies in the depiction of families and family roles.  
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Hollywood in the 1970s Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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In the movie, Bonnie was at the epicenter because she was able to fly away from her home, leaving away his male counterpart, to get a life free of dissatisfaction. Although Bonnie leaves her home to achieve new success in society, she had to face a number of problems owing to her association with poverty and a low-income job. 
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Television Crime Drama Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Stories are identified to be based on an appropriate interpretative framework in accordance with which citizens are able to have a better understanding of different aspects in relation to culture. The frameworks are grounded on specified meanings as well as symbols, which are also framed on the basis of cultural elements.
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Fund Application for Film Production Design Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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In order to ensure that the right deliverable is achieved within a reasonable time, which is set at 30 days, as the production designer, I am seeking to hire most of the production equipment and make purchases of the consumables only. Other equipment that may be accessed easily will be borrowed in order to limit the expenditure. 
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How Context Informed Practice in Coco Chanels Work Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Coco Chanel is one designer I found thrilling in the fashion industry. She is arguably the most prominent fashion designer and well-known for revolutionizing the women’s way of dressing. Coco ushered a new era for the fashion brand and capitalize on adapting to the changes in the time she was living in as well as her status as a fashion symbol.
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How Spielberg Explores the Relationship Between Memory, Mourning, and Machines in Artificial Intelligence and Minority Report Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Machines frustrate people with their memories, create mourning, and develop a reactive way as shown through the running and attempts to escape from killing executed by Anderton. Anderton has memories of the pre-cog that he would kill a man. With the help of Agatha, he notices that the man is Crow (Homer-Dixon, 2001, p.22).
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The Meanings of the Term Transnational Cinema, As Well As Its Associated Terms Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Back to the thesis, the research is attempting to bring out the operative nature of relative theories, by expanding trans-nationalism as a particular category of analysis and inevitable framework where the cinema operates. Reflectively, trans-nationalism keeps being redefined within cultural and cinematic space.  
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Biography on Artist Filippo Brunelleschi Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Brunelleschi’s work consisted of several sculptures, buildings, and linear perspective drawing which he drew out of his intelligence and invested into the Renaissance Art in Italy. It was his genius mind and techniques of using material and machines that lead to the creation of great models that serve in history until today.
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Duchamp as a Pioneer of Ready-Mades Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The first ready-made was the bicycle wheel, which was an experimentation with the new concept. In order to develop the ready-mades, Duchamp focused on identifying manufactured objects and then embarked on a modification procedure. In some cases, Duchamp only repositioned the objects chosen and signed them.
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Film Movements: A Political Perspective Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Films have been the representatives of mass culture for quite a long time. It has evolved into an art form through a process that shows man’s development in the field of art and culture. There is always the complaint that fiction is larger than life. However, films only reflect society the way it is.   
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Similarities and Differences between the Basic Art Forms of the Japanese and the America Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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There are several similarities and differences between the basic art forms of the Japanese and the Americas before 1300. The most notable similarity in the basic art forms of the two regions is the prevalence of gigantic stone. They exist as the Colossal Heads in the Americas and the huge bronze statue of Buddha in the Japanese culture. 
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New Media Art Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Conclusively, new media art is an innovative and advanced way of art that uses the newest technologies to be creative and innovative and give viewers the best possible experience. ART+COM Studios have done great efforts in bringing art and communication together and introducing audiences to new media art technologies. 
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The Representation of Fear and Horror Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The coursework looks at the many facets and aspects of the film that are lacking in sense or lack clarity in sound reasoning. Such illogical elements are in the way the buildings are designed, the stillness and the absence that facilitates the psychological manipulation of fear and, the manipulation of spaces. The aspect of illogical terror and horror is highlighted by the child characters.
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The Development of the Paris Haute Couture Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The industry involves clothing making using various designs and techniques. The history of fashion dates back to the 17th century. Importantly, French society engineered the growth of cloth designs for influential individuals. In lieu of the rising demand for designer clothes, the Haute Couture developed rapidly.
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Globalization of Chinese Martial Arts: Why is Chinese Martial Arts Cinema so Popular in Hollywood Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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Chinese Martial arts represent a magnificent view of defeating enemies. They arise acute interest and fascination. They are depicted widely through the films as the combat within the Chinese Martial arts is the real art. It becomes a purposeful beauty – even it kills. There are many movies that include Chinese Martial arts widely.
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Verbatim and Documentary Theatre Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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It is funny how the current wave of mergers of the media and acquisitions that occurred since the late 1990s to the present day has led to an environment of commercialization. In this type of commercialization, the interests of the shareholder and the economies of scale are responsible for the increase in the homogenized media context.
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The Notions of Beauty in Beauty and the Beast Visual Arts & Film Studies Coursework
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The mentioned facts enable to state what makes individuals beautiful or ugly. As beauty can be divided into external and internal, it is obvious that physical perfection, symmetrical body physics, skin, hair, eyes, and other attractive parts of the human body make the essence of physical beauty, and their opposite characteristic makes a person ugly
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Manet: The Realism of Human Body Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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His use of realist techniques is envisioned in an almost blatant referral to the social reality of his times and allows him to formulate a bold commentary on morality and gender relations. Moreover, Manet developed a highly individualized quality of presenting human bodies by endowing his works with the potential to render his vision by means of evoking obvious connotations. 
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El Greco and Mytaras Face to Face Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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To create meaning through art has been the aim of artists since cave painters of ancient France. Using materials to produce an artifact that is greater than the sum of its parts is not only meaningful, it is historically significant. Mytaras could constitute connecting links in the space between the transition phase of El Greco, but whether his straightforward dialogue is similar to Mytaras’s cryptic discourse can only be seen in the future.
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Rohmer's Films Visual Arts & Film Studies Case Study
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It departs from earlier theatrical types of presentation, in which directors used techniques borrowed from the stage, and from the literary tradition, based on the narrative and characterization techniques of novels, which aimed to turn famous literature into films.
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