Using images of car crashes, sports games, newspapers and film icons; his arguably most notable work was that of Marilyn Monroe and although he was enamoured with Hollywood during the fifties, using Marilyn as the subject for his art did not come about until the autumn of 1962. Marilyn died on August 5th earlier that year, Warhol used a publicity photograph from the peak of her career to crop, drawing the viewer’s main attention toward her face, and print on a series of canvases. The chosen image depicted Marilyn within the perfect time and expression. He repeated this image obsessively in Marilyn Diptych (FIG ME), on the left panel he used bright colours yet on the right he used monochromatic shades which convey a similarity to that of a heated printing press that is running out of ink.
That very writing contest aided them in creating some of the greatest mystery books and the organization, “Mystery Writers of America.” Both authors went to the Brooklyn Boys High School. Lee went to New York University for college, while Dannay did not study at a college or university. Initially, Lee worked for multiple motion picture companies before starting his writing career. Dannay, however, had multiple occupations including advertising, a copywriter, an art director, and worked for various advertising agencies as an account executive. After their original careers, Frederic Dannay and Manfred Lee started successful careers in literature.
Tim Burton is a successful filmmaker and has inspired many with the use of his cinematic techniques. In Burton’s films, lighting is used to show happiness or sadness. For instance, in the movie “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, it is shown how dark and gloomy the town is while the factory is disconnected from society compared to when Charlie's grandfather was younger, working in an upbeat and colorful environment. Nevertheless, the lighting in his movies are manufactured for you to think a certain way of something when it could actually mean something else. With the accompany of lighting, Burton’s films
It is clear that every film director has his or her own style; whether it be subtle motifs, or an entirely separate genre, a director’s personal style shines through. Wes Anderson, the director responsible for Moonrise Kingdom, falls into the latter of the two types of directorial style. His filmic style is unique in so many ways, and his films are typically classified as just “A Wes Anderson Film”. While this essay is not a generic criticism or analysis, Anderson’s films are famous for their “quirky and humorous” style and have consistently won and have been nominated for countless awards. His films also produce a “brand of awkward and sometimes sad comedy” that is found in each one of his films (Biography.com).
he also wrote humorous articles for magazines. And he started writing a humor column for VOYA, a magazine about YA books (Lubar). He also says. “I'd like to write a movie or a cartoon show.”(Lubar) According to Lubar the most important thing he can say about writing is that he really enjoys it. He gets to create whole worlds, and those worlds can be as weird or strange or magical as he wants
Her choice to present it in the style of spaghetti westerns has proven to be an extremely successful and smart one. The elements of spaghetti westerns which are incorporated within the film not only give it the 50s look and feel, but make it enticing and engrossing for the audience. The story, dialogue, plot line, clothing and everything in between of this quirky film is destined to be loved by all
Both of Alfred Hitchcock’s films, North by Northwest and Rear Window, were great movies with lots of suspense. The suspense, however, would not have been created without the entire mise-en-scene of the movies. Hitchcock was a master at using the elements of lighting, sound, and cinematography to heighten the suspense in his movies. The first key element of mise-en-scene that played a significant role in both movies was lighting. In North by Northwest, the part right before the infamous crop duster scene had lots of details that helped prepare the audience for what was about to come.
Hitchcock was born in England 1889 and moved to the United States to join the Hollywood film industry in 1940. He created over fifty films throughout his career citing ?my love for cinema is stronger than morality (Truffaut & Hitchcock, 1983, p. 20). Hitchcock often had reoccurring devices throughout his films like the famous MacGuffin that would drive the plot. ?Hitchcock discovered just the right mixture of humor, suspense, and revelation when using the MacGuffin? (Digou, 2003, p. 5).
Altman’s Three Women (1977) and Allen’s Interiors (1978) are one the examples of owning a good deal to Ingmar Bergman’s work. They were more influential were their innovations in which Allen had revived the American comedy in Annie Hall (1977), Manhattan (1979), Hannah and Her Sisters (1985). McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971) and The Long Goodbye (1973) created by Altman that had displayed roughed-edged performances, bad soundtracks, and a disrespectful approach to genres. His Nashville (1975) made its plot out of the normal happenings between two dozen characters, none of whom is singled out as the combatant. Altman and Allen were one of the slightly older generation but many movie directors and producers had proved to be the most continuously successful directors of the era.
In the two films Edward Scissorhands and Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, but relies on cinematic techniques such as editing and camera angles. These techniques in his films set a certain mood/tone based on the story. These are the things that consider him an amazing film director, and also unique. The most important cinematic technique in Burton’s films is sound or in other words music. The main effect