In a society where controversy is prevalent and the future unknown, the genre of science fiction (SF) offers audiences an incredible chance to explore boundaries and ideas beyond this world. Science Fiction is, as author Christopher McKitterick stated, a magnificent genre of the human species encountering change. Regardless of whether that change encompasses scientific discoveries, technological innovations, natural events or societal shifts, SF greatly concerns itself with ideas and philosophy (McKitterick 2015). It explores the “what ifs?” and where we, as the human species, are headed.
Introduction In this essay, I am going to analysis the film named “Cloverfield”, which was released on 18th January 2008 in North America. I will talk about the genre, key scenes, media institution, other media company, film marketing, marketing mix, media technology, audience, digital platforms, convergence and regulation. It was a PG13 film which mean parental guidance is required for children if they are under 13. It was directed by Matt Reeves and starring with Lizzy Caplan, Jessica Lucas, T.J. Miller, Michael Stahl-David, Mike Vogel and Odette Yustman.
The three original Star Wars movies are A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. The three movies came out between 1977-1983. That is only 35 years ago, but the ideas that are in the movies can be traced back thousands of years to the Monomyth and the Hero’s Journey. In Star Wars, many of the common archetypes are represented.
In Star Wars, "the Force" is a name that represents an infinite energy acquired by Force-sensitive individuals (Decker 24). It is generated by all living things that surround and bind the entire galaxy together. The Force allows individuals to perform some supernatural deeds and develop some elements of physical traits, which include reflexes and speed. Moreover, the film series features the Jedi, which the components of the galaxy act as guardians and peacemakers to the Force. The Sith includes elements that represent evil who aim is to destroy the universe.
This body of work will analyze the story Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. In this writing, there will be distinct illustrations and examples of how this story is a prime example of the Hero’s Journey. Many archetypes will be found throughout.
George Lucas's "Star Wars" series, vertical and horizontal three decades , it become memories for generations. And inspiration in the "Star Wars" in the two robots are works from Kurosawa's "The Hidden Fortress" two farmer partner. One tall and one skinny robot C-3PO and R2-D2 exactly corresponds two farmer in the war film. As a fantasy world, where the Force has a future "Jedi", which is affected by the samurai.
Audience and Genre Relationships When we look at any piece of art, one of the biggest factors that go into viewing it is how we classify that work. We do this through Genres, when we classify these pieces of work by characterizing the similarities between the subject matter, the style, its form and its general composition. These similarities begin to form until these characteristic become the standard to the work if you want to have be placed in these genres. Genres are generally used so that one may find works similar to the works you enjoy, which applies from music, film to literature. Though something people tend to not think about is the origins of these genres.
The "Star Wars" franchise is one of the most-awaited film of all time. The seventh film of the series, "Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens," will hit the theaters in less than two weeks. Kathleen Kennedy, the president of Lucasfilm, said that iconic director George Lucas has already seen the final product as per Movie Pilot. She confessed that Lucas said, "liked it” and she also mentioned that the filmmaker will attend the movie premieres of "Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens" in Los Angeles and London.
The science fiction genre is very often associated with space, the future, or extra-terrestrial beings. Many classic depictions of sci-fi stories involve cliché alien encounters where the alien species invades Earth and take control over humanity. The alien species introduce themselves to human kind as foreign and unknown by using deadly viruses or weapons of massive destruction to destroy all human life on Earth. The foreign alien species are often shown to have no understanding of human kind or human nature, and pursue a takeover of the planet purely for sustenance or power. However, there are stories of the science fiction genre that create interesting contrasts to the common depiction of alien life forms throughout media.
transplant and artificial transplant, spreading his ideas via his short story Segregationist. It took less than a year before Doctor Chris Barnard utilizes the idea of heart transplantation to make world first heart transplant. Then 15 years later Willem J Kolff and Robert Jarvik made first artificial heart transplant. One with closer look can agree that the idea behind Segregationist story was also to try wake up the world on possibilities of using artificial heart when one heart is malfunctioning, instead of waiting for a donor.