The genre of this film was hard for film critics and viewers to decipher. The closest description of a genre for this film would have to be a journalistic investigation biographical film. This allows for the mystery, the journalistic and the biographical elements which all contribute to the film. The film is made up with numerous accounts of Charles Kane’s life and the viewers never see what actually happened through Kane’s. Welles knew how to change the way a story could be told in a film and this is why Citizen Kane was such an iconic film.
The producer is responsible for turning creative ideas into practical or marketable concepts and making an appealing, high-quality movie is produced on time and within the budget. Producers are a film’s managers, beginning with securing the financing in preproduction to approving the completed film in postproduction. Producers’ financial responsibilities include finding the money to fund a film, making sure the film stays on budget, and being accountable for the film’s financial success. In preproduction, producers take a script that they are interested in making into a film and meet with potential investors to ask for their financial support. If someone agrees to invest money in the film, the producer and the investor sign a contract so that work can begin on the project.
The idea of three dimensional cinema is to bring the art of film making closer to reality. Initially the three dimensional technology wasn’t acknowledged because of the high cost of equipment. Directors chose to remain faithful to the flat screen two dimensional cinemas as new ideas went accepted. [name] feels that this sort of reaction was first experienced when they introduced sound to the cinema. Now to imagine a movie without sound seems impossible to modern day directors except when he specifically wants to employ a particular style to his movie to produce a desired effect.
Lynne Pembroke and Jim Kalergis in their “From Novel to Screenplay: The Challenges of Adaptation” article proposes an idea that to deal with the challenge of lengthy adaptations is by reading the books thoroughly and see what parts are still remembered after putting it down and setting it aside for weeks. After that, directors need to develop an outline from those memorable parts (par. 2). Another suggestion is by determining the general idea of the story and actuating the major sub-plots. To help get the gist of what the novel is about, movie makers can pose questions, such as who are the protagonists and antagonists?
In order to plan the scenes and story well, one must prepare a good storyboard and script to have something to refer to and also to stay with the plan. Audio also plays a very important role in a film. One must decide on how to get the dialogue for the film, and what music to use. Whether it is getting people to do the voice work or doing your own voice work, or using studio or original music. Developing all these concepts beforehand is essential in helping to make the final results turn out
Hollywood is a place where things don’t stay the same for very long and as a celebrity you need to keep ahead of the curve. Fame is fickle – you might be in demand today but that can all change in an instant if you are not careful. All it takes is one bad move and celebrities can quickly find themselves on the outs. The cold reality is that stars come and go, so to really make a name for yourself as an actor and enjoy a long career you need to plan carefully and protect your brand. The stars on today’s list have failed to do that and it seems like Hollywood has given up on them.
While reading the book, the things happens, we expect that and you go to the next one, but in the film the thing hit us on the face. Even if this sounds nice, this movie isn’t perfect. Like everybody who ever had a read book, which later came out as a screenplay, feels disappointment after watched it. There is no faultless book-based movie. The movie leaves out more details than it
What Information is Necessary? Mya Maldini In the book the Paper Towns by John Green there are many noticeable differences compared to the movie. This includes special characters and locations. As the audience, I believe to create a successful film, that it is important to include as much detail that was in the novel, but in a summarized fashion. John Green did a good job at getting most of the important details into the movie, but as a reader there are a couple parts that may stand out.
One of these biggest problems was the fact that some of the film was produced and released during the 1988 Writers Guild of America strike (Rain Man). Although the script was already written during this time, the strike still affected the film. Instead, most of the movie was photographed during the strike. Despite this challenge, most of the movie remained unhindered, except for the final scene where critics could tell that it was rushed, but to the average watcher, it looked just like the rest of the movie.
The problems is that he has to question his faith in order to follow his own path. The plot, it 's universal and in many sense works fine. The narrative at time is what really makes the movie insufferable. The scenes take more time than what it really needs. Director Kevin Reynolds that also wrote the script for this movie did a consesive work.