Art And Film Analysis

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Art and Film: An Unruly Dialogue by Mark Wilson talks about how most cultural scholarship tends to focus on film content through an analysis of how meaning is conveyed by the above-the-line personnel and how ideology and emotion are perceived by the audience. This assumes a myopic and problematic binary of film production: that only the above the-line filmmakers are worthy of analysis, and that an audience is definable. 'Art and Film' denotes a formal question of the moving image, with specific reference to the medium of the cinema and the qualities of the cinematic. It seems to lead to questions of the relationship between visual art and the moving image: art about film culture and art works, which are realized in the form of moving image.…show more content…
This also leads to one and the same message being conveyed and as a result interpreted in a different way. When a book is turned into a film it goes through several changes and this has been explained by the author. ‘Black marks on a white page to perceiving a direct representation’, being a book being adapted to make a movie may be conceived in different ways. It also talks about the various aspects like genre, production and reception that need to be considered for this. This has indeed helped the researcher to get a better insight as few of the films made by Syamaprasad have been adapted from novels. And thus the researcher could understand better about these films and how each aspect has contributed into making the film one of its kind and also following the signature pattern of the director. The researcher could also make draw comparisons between the book and the film. (Hutcheon,…show more content…
The immense potential offered by the medium to transmute a tale in print into a visual living experience has long appealed to both film-makers and authors. A unique contribution of the literature-celluloid interaction is that it has boosted the trends of good cinema in the commercial film world, and greatly facilitated the development of a true cinematic language and style. New wave cinema must be thankful to great literary works, and most often the new-wave writer film-maker is well rooted in the literary tradition of his region. This helped the researcher to better understand the literary origins of the works of the director under consideration. (Raj,
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