And the second stage is extreme pro-cinematic philosophy, say that’s a film has the ability to add and create as much meaning to philosophy as written and oral work. And finally moderate anti-cinematic philosophy and moderate pro-cinematic philosophy, talks about the level in which the film makes its audience believe and how philosophy limit it. all this help us understand how a film works. in conclusion, looking at movie in the existential perspective and in an aesthetic of film, we see more than just the color and camera movement which is seen in every cinema theater. the meaning of film is shown and
Involves choices- All communication involves choices, some of which people actively consider and others that follow cultural norms and seem almost automatic. we interpret actions as good or bad, right or wrong, appropriate or inappropriate. REFRENCES FROM THE MOVIE- The movie really makes clear of the importance of communication for humans, if to other humans, themselves, or to objects. Without communication we would not be able to survive. This is a fact in my point of view and I believe most people will agree with this.
Grimes claims that today culture is a visual one, that is why camera has become our memory in order to absorb and research as much information as we need/can. Firstly, Grimes states that shooting documents. It means that shooting makes rite an object of studying, or just observing. In this case, camera record everything and produces visual
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
From the in-depth movie analysis, this essay will be able to show that the media is able to influence the people and their stance towards certain topics by applying these media theories: agenda setting through gatekeeping, dramatization, and two-step flow of communication. The first theory, agenda setting through gatekeeping, is evident in the film. Agenda setting “looks on story selection as a determinant of public perceptions of issue importance” (McCombs, Shaw and Weaver, 7). The term gatekeeping is similarly used to “describe the way the media make decisions about what stories to discard or run and when and how much attention to give a story” (Laidlaw, 41). In the movie, the British media highlighted the death of Princess Diana and how the Royal Family was not showing enough grief.
The report would be used different tools to generate the ideas such as shooting techniques and music. In this report, “The Pursuit of Happyness”, “I Can't Live Without You” and “Tokyo Tower: Mom and Me, and Sometimes Dad” will be analyzed. These films are valuable for studying the culture of love in different countries. The theme of family love and the skills used in these films will be discussed below. In the followings, we will discuss how those films use the shooting skills, narration techniques and scenes to explain the theme or increase effect in order to make audience feel touching.
The second chapter is a kind of an invitation to discover the proverb phenomenon. Its main goal is to focus on possible definition(s) of a proverb, on the role that it plays in human worldview and in metaphorical structuring of our minds; moreover, in this chapter the readers will have a possibility to see the presence of the proverbs in multiple aspects of life, like art and mass media and, in fact, how they can perfectly fit into every context. This brief research was inspired by a scene from the movie “Amelie” (2001), directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. In this short scene, Gina, colleague of the main character, interrogates Nino, a man with whom Amelie has fallen in love, in order to be sure that Nino is a perfect match for Amelie; she then orders him to finish a set of proverbs. Nino manages to do it correctly, and he asks what was that activity supposed to check.
Beginning with the title and logo of the film, The Man with the Movie Camera, we can conclude that we are invited to examine the relation and the collaboration between human being and machine. Vertov makes it clear, in his written manifesto at the beginning of the film, that “the film presents an experiment in the cinematic communication of visible events …. This experimental work aims at creating a truly international absolute language of cinema based on its total separation from the language of theatre and literature”. Vertov wants us to investigate this relation through visual language, as he presents a group of surreal images and shots, inviting us to participate in the decoding process of his film. The film begins with a shot of a huge camera and a cameraman sets his camera upon it.
It is reasonable to begin this part by giving a few definitions of feminist film criticism. To define feminist film criticism, one must go beyond the realm of film and women’s studies into the field of literature and feminist theory. Understandably, feminist criticism is influenced by feminist theory and by the politics of feminism in general. It can be understood in terms of the use of feminist ideologies and principles to give critique to a language, its mechanisms and structure. This broadly applies to different forms of art and fields of study, such as literature, theater, and film.
Ideology involves presenting specific codes and conventions i.e. beliefs within film, but passing them off as completely natural and universal whereas semiotics are a form of communication within film. It takes ordinary objects and places them of a higher significance. It focuses on the social and cultural meaning of signs and codes . It can help us gain an insight into the world of the film, and uses everything from costume, language and design to indicate things such as class structure, character traits and race.