Why did Hollywood become the dominant film industry with audiences inside and outside America by the end of the 1930s? Hollywood became the dominant film industry with audiences inside and outside America by the end of the 1930’s due to the implications of World War II Hollywood rose to become the dominant film industry with audiences inside and outside America by the end of the 1930’s due to the implications caused by World War II. The Hollywood era of the 1930’s, which is also known as the Golden Age, was filled with great benefits for the film studios of Hollywood. The main factors that, enabled Hollywood to become the dominant film industry by the end of the 1930’s included a combination of factors including: the rise of the five
introduction Today hollywood is a worldwide industry that had dominated global cinema hollywood films are everywhere in the world. Film is and always has been a worldwide industry. Yet Hollywood stands as the most important example of (ability to create interesting new things), working well and getting a lot done, and crowd pleasing entertainment within the film industry golden age hollywood: why was the golden age such a successful time in hollywood? There are many reasons why Hollywood became so big. Hollywood 's power started to grow in 1915.
1920s Advertising During the 1920s, advertisement started to increase and expand. Many ideas and tactics were used to lure the attention of the consumers. After World War I, America started to grow with a stable and growing economy. This flourishment made many American's live out the 1920s in prosperity. This caused America to flourish with new inventions, for example the automobile, household machinery, television, etc.
Immigration has positively contributed to politics, religion, and entertainment in America today. One well known immigrant who has contributed to America today is Alfred Hitchcock. He has immensely impacted the entertainment industry of America as we know it. Throughout his life, Hitchcock was drawn to the filmmaking industry. He received his first chance to direct a full-length film in 1925, and the movie was called “The Pleasure Garden”.
7. Overall, if I had to give a grade to Metropolis, I would give it an A+. This is because the movie was so ahead of its time and every scene seemed like a piece of art. The set designs were beautiful, such as the visuals of the colosseum where Freder ran in the beginning of the film and also in the Tower of Babylon. Through these scenes, I became immersed in this future world, and I was wishing I could see more about the life of the citizens in metropolis.
What is Cinema Cinema is a visual medium that tells stories and exposes reality. Cinema has been a great source to create awareness among people regarding social issues. When positively used it can be so powerful to encourage and appreciate people. Science and technology may also be encouraged by making movies on the topics of science and research. Origin of cinema in Sub-continent: The first ever film made in sub-continent was Raja Harishchandra which was released in Coronation theaters, Bombay for people on May 3, 1913.
Integrated placements which has to do with product demonstration was used in the movies which makes the modelling paradigm theory effective in terms of consumers generating inferences based on product usage in the movies. 2.4 SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW The literature review in summary was able to create a link between product placement and the entertainment industry. In doing this, product placement and Hollywood was examined and from this various subthemes were examined to facilitate a holistic comprehension of concepts and variables discussed. From the review, the conclusion can be drawn that product placement when subtle is a win-win situation for both the advertiser and the production company. It increases revenues of production companies while, as for the advertisers it increases their chance of exposure and brand
I believe that the inclusion of sound is particularly necessary in a films ability to create a stimulating environment where audience members can find themselves emotionally connected to onscreen characters and therefore, it is my belief that aural elements and effects play a large role in eliciting specific audience reactions to onscreen stimuli. Historically, the incorporation of sound into cinema was not a highly favoured decision. As the availability of new technologies increased and resulted in the successful addition of sound into cinema, it begun to allow the cinema space to engage its spectators in a new, multi-sensory way (Elsaesser & Hagener 130). With
The dominant colour of the films is gold/ yellow. Gold is often seen in The Great Gatsby in the design and costumes, for example, Luhrmann uses golden gates for the opening scene of the film because the colour is associated with wealth, glamour and the American dream. The golden gate also symbolizes Gatsby’s millionaire lifestyle and Nicks goal to reach the American dream, as well as the superficial lifestyle of many of the characters in the film. This portrayal of the colour yellow/gold shows the evolution of Baz Luhrmann as a director as, although gold is seen as a significant colourin the film “Strictly Ballroom”, Baz uses it in a plain manner. Yellow/gold was used most frequently in the dancers costumes and represented success, glamour and achievements.
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