The movie “Awakenings” was based on a true life story written by Oliver Sacks, MD. The movie’s screenplay was written by Steve Zaillian, and directed by Penny Marshall. Awakenings was been out in cinemas in the year 1991. It is about the Encephalitis epidemic that spread in the summer of 1920s. Oliver Sacks is a neurologist fictionally portrayed as Malcolm Sayer by the actor Robin Williams.
In this School Based Assessment, I have chosen to do a Film Review of The Great Gatsby which was released in 2013 and directed by Baz Luhrmann. The movie was based on the world famous book “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald which was published in 1925 and is regarded as one of America’s most prominent novels. The story of The Great Gatsby is partially based on a real-life experience of F. Scott Fitzgerald. He studied at Princeton University but neglected his studies and joined the Navy, where he was assigned duty in Montgomery, Alabama. There he met 18-year-old Zelda Sayre whom he met and fell in love with.
The sweeping California epic East of Eden (1952) is considered Steinbeck’s most ambitious work and the masterpiece of his later artistic career. Though its story is not autobiographical, East of Eden does delve into the world of Steinbeck’s childhood, incorporating his memories of the Salinas Valley in the early years of the twentieth century, his memories of the war era, and his memories of his relatives, many of whom are secondary characters in the novel. In Bulgaria, the book appears at the end of last century, as well as other works of Steinbeck, and it has been translated into Bulgarian by Krastan Dyankov (1986). This essay examines the implications of the original and its Bulgarian translations, with an emphasis on the cultural layers
The Dirty Dozen The Dirty Dozen is a historical fiction film, released in 1967. It won an Oscar for Best Effects, Sound Effects. The film also received three Oscar nominations and one Golden Globe nomination. The Dirty Dozen was directed by Robert Aldrich. Robert Aldrich started his film career in 1941 as a production clerk at RKO pictures, he worked his way up and in the mid 1950’s created his own production company.
Settled in England, Rushdie’s literary career started with his first novel, Grimus (1975), which was a meagre seller. With the publication of his second novel, Midnight’s Children, Rushdie’s eminence extend world-wide and the consequent novels Shame and The Satanic Verses (1988) made him one of the finest contemporary novelists in the world. The allegorical novel The
Analysis of the technical aspects of the title sequences 1. Introduction In this essay I will discuss the technical aspects of the title sequences such as the shots, the look and texture, colour, sound, music, texts, motion and aesthetics, among others. We will look at Seven film (1995) by David Fincher and Catch Me if You Can released in 2002, directed by Steven Spielberg as my chosen title sequences. 2. Body 2.1 Seven Figure 1 Seven Title Sequence Seven is a psychological Thriller/Drama film directed by David Fincher, and released on the 22 September 1995 in the United States of America.
Creative Producers YellowBird, which was established in Sweden in 2003, operates as a film and TV series production company both locally and internationally. The company’s main focus is on international co-productions based on books with production comprising of a series of films with one or more of the movies also released in theatres (Bloomberg 2017). As Erik Hultkvist - Business Development, once stated, YellowBird’s purpose is to “turn bestsellers into blockbusters” (Stenport 2012). Therefore, the company achieved great success with productions adapted from Kurt Wallander‘s novels, Stieg Larsson 's worldwide phenomenon The
George Orwell 's 1984, which was first published 60 years ago on Monday, is the plot of Eugene Zamyatin 's We. Orwell 's novel is consistently acclaimed as one of the finest of the last 100 years – two years ago Guardian readers voted it as the 20th century 's "definitive" book –, and it remains a consistent bestseller. Orwell reviewed We for Tribune in 1946, three years before he published 1984. Indeed, he analyzed this novel; for instance he acclaimed, “It is easy to see why the book was refused publication.” (“Freedom and Happiness (Review of ‘We’ by Yevgeny Zamyatin)”), and he brought a conversation between D-503 and I-330 from the novel, WE, to support his
Javier Guardia Dr. Michael Johnmann Cultures of America May 28th 2015 “The Godfather, I and II”: Patterns of corruption By Anthony Ambrogio There is a case to be stated that the first two Godfathers films form the “Great American Movie” of the twentieth century. The Godfather part one was first released in 1972. On the other hand, The Godfather part two was released in 1974 to great critical acclaim. Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather is among one of the best films ever produced. It was consistently ranked as one of the top three films by the American film institute.
V for Vendetta’s title is very simple and the summary of it is a man that bears V who goes in revenge for those who offended him. This movie was written by Alan Moore and it was illustrated by David Lloyd and it was published in March 1982-May 1989 produced in the year 2005 and it was released in 16th March, 2006 in Germany and it was directed by James Mc Teigue. James has been an assistant director in many films including No escape, the matrix trilogy etc. and he was born on the 29th December 1967, and he was an Australian film director. V for vendetta was his first debut as a producer but he assisted in producing the matrix (1999) and the matrix reloaded (2003).