There are several parallels between film and literature. The first parallel that I have chosen in continuity editing. The continuing editing in the literary form allows the writer to construct the story through sentences and changing paragraphs to give the reader a logical clear direction of how the story is growing and developing. In both “Memento Mori” and Memento the Nolan brothers did not use a continuity editing style. In both forms work they jumped into what at times seemed to be illogical and confusing ways for the reader and to the viewer.
The novel ‘Jasper Jones’ written by Craig Silvey and the film ‘Dressmaker’ directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse have connected to the audience and use of narratives conventions in very similar ways. The ways that they have succeed doing this is through characteristics, plot and setting. By looking into how they are used by the author/ director widen the knowledge and have deeper in-depth understanding on how authors and directors use them to connect with the audience. The author and director have used characteristics to connect with the audience by using relatable situations like peer pressure, disliked by people, challenges and traumatic experiences. The characters are very relatable in most scenes like Charlie (novel), plays the game where he must steal 5 or more apricot seeds from Mad Jack’s yard to avoid getting bullied for the year.
Many people wonder why us teens enjoy dystopian movies and literature. Our reasons why we enjoy these kind of films and books are because it interest us, it makes us to think outside the box, it shows us a different lifestyle to live. For examples like the book “Anthem” by Ayn Rand and the movie “The Giver” by Philip Noyce. The movie and film both have a dystopian setting. For their dystopian ideas they both made them having some kind of rebel, who believes in more than just black and white or normal.
The method is to make the structure of the essay similar to the structure of filmmaking and pay attention to many elements and symbols that influenced the viewers, consciously or unconsciously. The concentration is on comparing and finding the changes that history made to this movie genre, especially considering the gender roles. Results will clearly explain the psyche of society in two different periods, which confirms that people reflect the movies as movies have an impact on people. The Introduction It is often said that the element of surprise makes the movie more interesting and leads the plot. There are many masters of storytelling
The movies I have selected for comparison of male and female stereotypes portrayed are Avengers and Hunger Games. Using the selected films will use them to elaborate how stereotypes are still evident up to date. In addition to that a comparison will be made on men a women stereotypes previously and currently. This will be done to evaluate how far we have come and how many changes have taken place since. Lastly on the conclusion will identify whether the stereotypes have changed or new strategies should apply for the future of film.
While Stephen King is an excellent, skilled author, Edgar Allan Poe won the rap battle because of how his writing, fame, and life experiences have impacted literature. Family and life were influential factors in the startup of Edgar Allan Poe’s career as an
The script was designed to include as many language and descriptive techniques as possible, so that I could demonstrate a wide range of knowledge and understanding. This can be seen with multiple characters, dialogue, camera shots, slow-motion, transitions, and actions being added to the script. The screenplay is written in the industry standard format, however, as this form of writing is new to me, I did have difficulty in portraying some of the information. An example of this was having to find a way to professionally portray text on a black title page. I wanted the film to be split up into people who could, and people who couldn 't park, to achieve this I wanted black screens with text to appear acting as a separator.
Putting the true story aside and focussing on the novel and movie “in part adaption”, both were great for their own standards. In this sense I would like to categorize the book and movie with a historical fiction genre. Although I want to say the movie was better just because Leonardo Decaprio was in it. In my honest opinion, I don’t know why Decaprio won an Oscar for this movie rather than all the other amazing movies that he’s previously acted in, such as Titanic, or the Aviator. His acting is always great, but I think he won the Oscar for the sake of winning it, because it was due time.
In Graham Greene’s novel, The End of the Affair, he was able to illustrate the story of Maurice Bendrix and Sarah Miles’ affair through various perspectives. Greene started with Bendrix, then in Book Three he changed the narrator to Sarah’s point of view. Overall, Greene was able to create this novel using nonlinear narration and unreliable narration. In the novel, the use of nonlinear narration helps the reader understand the story better. The readers get a better feel for what the affair was like because of the way the narrator flashes back to that time.
Nadsat accomplishes a few works in the novel A Clockwork Orange. The dialect used in the novel strengths the reader to concentrate at most of the duration of reading the novel. Consideration may be provided for on seeing the expressions on the page, the thought is unfocussed from settling on choices of the book’s characters. In this way, Nadsat protects us from the merciless and brutal occasions that happen in the book, permitting us should create a seeing with Alex, the hero. In this essay the function of language in the novel A Clockwork Orange and the film by Kubrick and how these two genres achieve the same effect with different techniques in the film will be discussed.
In my opinion, the novel “The Lost Eagle of the Ninth” by Rosemary Sutcliff is somewhat more superior than the movie The Eagle. Though both have fine qualities and are well-developed, the novel is the original, it contains mainly more factual information about the Roman Period in British history, along with more advantages. I’m not trying to say that the movie is substandard, it also has many different and unique benefits. I plan to prove my argument by comparing and contrasting the story to the movie. I shall use any online sources that contain information about the movie, and I’ll use the book itself as well.
It described everything, the setting and the mood. It had more narration so the reader could understand what is happening. Secondly, the movie. The movie was different than the book. It had some parts that were in the book, but it lacked some details.
Huxley and Atwood both used these to tell their story and have succeeded in using these techniques correctly; leaving the reader always wondering what will happen next. Both novels are fictional, however both are based on some non-fictional facts, which makes the novels more interesting. In Alias Grace, readers are always wondering whether or not Grace Marks committed the murders, each time the narrator changes, it changes the perspective of the reader which makes the reader more tied in. In Brave new world, Huxley chooses to add many details in the novel, however he does not tell readers what is actually happening in certain scenes, or who is narrating it, until two-thirds of the way, which also makes the readers think extra and wonder what is actually happening in the scene. In conclusion, although these two novels have differences, they both portray strong