Cinema of India Essays

  • Swot Analysis Of Dt Cinema

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    Company: - PVR Cinemas Company Profile: - • Strong presence in 121 locations with 553 screens across 47 Indian cities. • Strategically expanding film exhibition business both organically and inorganically over the years in India. • PVR Cinemas acquired Cinemax in 2012, one of the biggest deals in the cinema industry. • PVR Ltd, the integrated 'film and retail brand ' has PVR Cinemas as its major subsidiary and PVR Leisure and PVR Pictures as the other subsidiaries. PVR Leisure focuses

  • Origin Of Cinema In India

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    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

  • History Of Bengali Cinema

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    Ghatak and Mrinal Sen, Bengali cinema has had its own presence, producing some of the country’s best films. Has it become a thing of the past? Or, can the new generation of Bengali filmmakers strike back? As Indian cinema celebrated its 100 years, attention, for a large part, was centred on Bombay, where Dadasaheb Phalke’s mythological Raja Harishchandra — the first full-length Indian film — was released in 1913. However, Calcutta, till 1911 the capital of British India, already had a nascent film industry

  • Indian Cinema History

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    Naval Gandhi’s much acclaimed 1928 feature Balidan, which was showcased by the Indian Cinematograph Committee to demonstrate that serious Indian cinema could match Western standards. Tagore, apart from being a Nobel Prize winner for Literature, a poet, a painter, a novelist and story writer, and a social reformer, was also involved with the art of cinema in its nascent stages. He is reputed to have written the inter titles of Modhu Bose’s 1928 film Giribala, and is also credited with directing the

  • Global Branding Strategy Of Bollywood Case Study

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    Campana Submitted by: Satvika Modi ABSTRACT (150) The aim of this project is to comprehend the pathway to successful global branding building in the world of Indian Cinema. Bollywood is the second largest film industry in the world, churning out ___ blockbusters annually out of which many are distributed globally. This project aims to comprehend the global branding strategy, using

  • Narratology In Aparna Sen's The Japanese Wife

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    to each other.The film opens with the reading aloud of the first letter they write to each other letter. MIYAGE. Dear Snehamoy, I was waiting for your letter ever since I send my name to the magazine where you find it, I am expecting a letter from India. Yes I will accept to be your pen-friend. The meaning of my name is gift. I cannot pronounce your. Can you teach me? Yours sincerely Miyage. SNEHAMOY. Dear Miyage, Thank you for your letter. Yes, my name is very much difficult to pronounciate... unless

  • Les Miserables Movie Analysis

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    Imagine getting put in jail for nineteen years for stealing a loaf of bread. This is what Jean Valjean had to experience. Jean Valjean, the main character of Tom Hooper’s drama Les Miserables, gets out of prison, where he was put for stealing a loaf of bread, at the beginning of the movie. After being told that he’d be let out of jail, his dreams of living a normal life were utterly shattered within a couple seconds. This happened because Javert gave him a slip of paper marking him as a ‘dangerous’

  • Never-Ending Life In Gilgamesh

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    The Never-ending Chase of a Never-ending Life Since the dawn of man, mankind has been intrigued by achieving a never-ending youthful life. The phenomenon of immortality can be observed in various forms of literature, as well as in mythology and myths, which have led both real and fictional characters to pursue the temptation of living forever. The ancient epos of Gilgamesh is not only the first known literary work in history, but also is the start of depicting the quest for immortality, befitting

  • Unforgiven Film Analysis

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    Films are reflective of cultural values, with each genre representing a different facet. The Western genre is perhaps the most iconic; fueled by masculinity and valor, with smoking guns, dashing heroes, and wicked villains, watching these films is an exciting experience. Beneath their dramatic, riveting surface, is a compelling narrative form, upheld by numerous authors over the past hundreds of years. The basic form of the western involves a hero, a villain, and a woman. With the villain always

  • Film Analysis Of The Film 'Going The Distance'

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    's first feature film, who is responsible for the screenplay and the film editing. ‘’Going the Distance’’ had its world premiere on Tokyo International Film Festival’s Japanese Splash section and it’s French Premiere on Festival International des Cinemas d’Asie. This film is loosely based on the true story of the boxing trainer Shinichiro Matsuura, who also stars in the movie as Asahi. The story, as was already mentioned, concerns Asahi (Shinichiro Matsuura), a boxing trainer at a gym, who moved

  • Ingar Bergman's 'Persona' By Ingmar Bergman

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    put together and meaning, are integral to the film. Reflexivity in film is distinguished as a film that is self-aware. A film that is aware of the process that has been taken to produce a film, the illusion that is usually created in main stream cinema is not present instead the audience are made aware that the film is simply an illusion i.e. “The fictional nature of a story can be suspended only by a direct communicative act, which is not mediated by the conventions of the fiction itself. Reflexivity

  • Bicycle Thieves Film Analysis

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    The film Bicycle Thieves (1949) directed by Vittorio De Sica, is an Italian Neo-Realistic film set in post-war Italy. The film follows Antonio Ricci and his son Bruno on a quest to retrieve his stolen bike in an attempt to remove himself and his family from the cycle of poverty. Bicycle Thieves (1949) discusses themes of struggle and desperation causing one to sacrifice their morality and become the evil they initially fought. De Sica expresses such themes to the viewer through the culture of poverty

  • Do Movies Influence Society

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    Author: Sangeetha Alwar Dialoguebaazi (flair for dialogues) is the backbone of Bollywood 's flamboyant personality. Right from bombastic and florid to pedestrian and monosyllabic, it 's all about saying the right words at the right time. From dances around trees to scantily clad women gyrating to tuneless music in nightclubs, in Bollywood, we have it all. It is one of the largest film production centres in the world. So the question of the reach and success of Bollywood is, lets face it, pointless

  • Jean-Luc Godard Analysis

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    most celebrated French New Wave auteur filmmaker and Cahiers du Cinema critic, Jean-Luc Godard. There are three periods in which Godard’s work fall into. I will be focusing on the early period of his filmmaking career where some of his best films were made before he began his political films. He is recognized for breaking the rules and conventions of the Classical Hollywood cinema and bringing something new and innovative to French cinema. The quote is echoed upon three of his pioneering films, A Bout

  • Examples Of Greed In The Movie Avatar

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    The film Avatar is a movie with vivid colors and images. The director and writer of Avatar is James Cameron, he won best director, movie and best picture. In 2009 it was one of the highest grossing films that came out due to the fact that it was budgeted at over 237 million dollars. There were many scenarios portrayed in this movie, but the one that caught my attention the most was greed. I want to recount the scenes in avatar that depicts that greed was shown through the use of technology. The Avatar

  • The Use Of Social Media In The Film Industry?

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    Film industry is a commercial activity concerned with the production and distribution of films (Anon, 2017). Film industry involves people working in different kind of filmmaking stages such as pre-production, production and post-production that aims to make good films for us. In contrast, theatre industry comprises business that exhibits movies to help to tell a story and educate audiences. (Ibisworld, 2017). In recent years, with the rapid development of the Internet, more and more films are

  • Disha Patani Analysis

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    Not only the boys are crushing on Disha Patani but even the girls are following her style statement. The actress made her entry with the blockbuster movie M.S Dhoni and is known for keep on changing hairstyles. She is undoubtedly one of the hottest actresses in the Bollywood. No matter she is on red carpet, party or for some promotional event, she rocks the floor with her presence. This new fashionista in B-town is taking over the fashion throne with her killing looks, the way she dresses up, carries

  • Film Theory In Movies

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    Film theory is a gathering of interpretative systems created after some time keeping in mind the end goal to see better the way movies are made and got. Film hypothesis is not an independent field: it acquires from the controls of logic, craftsmanship hypothesis, sociology, social hypothesis, brain science, artistic hypothesis, etymology, financial matters, and political science. Medium specificity: Early film scholars had two primary worries: to legitimize silver screen as a work of art and to

  • Ken Loach's The Wind That Shakes The Barley

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    From his early days as a director in the 1960’s, Ken Loach has applied a documentary style to the dramas and films he has made. His cinematic approach and handling of The Wind that Shakes the Barley, shows that 40 years on, this technique is still evident but honed. This film does not feel like a documentary as such, but the naturalistic handling of scenes draws the viewer into the drama and the realism employed is bruising. The lack of sentimentality in the director’s approach makes the harrowing

  • Philomela In Ovid And Celie In The Color Purple

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    The 20th century was characterized by patriarchy and social values. This essay will compare how Philomela in Ovid and Celie in the color purple were raped, Philomela was raped by her brother in law and cut off her tongue to silence her and Celie on the other hand, and she also raped by her stepfather and silenced her. I will demonstrate this by showing how Philomela was raped and become a repetition in rapture and silenced again. On the other hand, Celie is also raped and but she moves away from