The Importance Of Culture In Film Production

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As of the 21st century, the film industry can reassure its audience of its evergrowing popularity and production all around the world. It has become a global stairway to the expansion of a country’s culture, allowing it to be spread worldwide. For instance, film-makers are now reflecting their respective countries throughout their works, so they can be identified elsewhere by their unique inputs and themes, as renowned foreign cultures. However, it is of professional work to be able to directly spot the hints and the techniques left by the directors for the audience to perceive, especially with the studies and the advanced procedures of filming nowadays. This is why the purpose of this research is to find easier ways for the public to understand how movies can embody their place of production. Criterias such as the historical background shown in the movie, the social and cultural environment in place, and the attitudes and ideals put in by the actors, give away plenty of clues. Along the way, those same clues might as well uncover other perks…show more content…
With each period comes the a new lifestyle, from clothes to materials, to chronologically detailed aspects, enabling the spectators to spot the hint. As they go further back in time, the producers pay more attention to the uniqueness of the dress codes of each culture, because back then, every country had a specific style and fashion wasn’t a global as it is nowadays. Films the likes of « Adesuwa » and « Belle » are newly produced and released in the years 2012 and 2013, while hosting events that happened back in the 1750’s and 1800’s. They portray the little details spoken of in the above and are very loyal to the chronology of their spatio temporal guidlines. These careful analysis are key to uncovering the country behind the
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