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    If you are interested in making an independent feature film, and this was your experience first, they must know that you can not make an independent film based on the technical potential, as can sometimes happen in Hollywood, and you should know that the first step in order to achieve an independent film successful It is a wonderful idea. But what are the brilliant idea where it comes from this idea? Brainwave may be finding new intake to the topic already addressed in the cinema, or to find an exceptional

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    Introduction Many children’s animated films are set in mystical kingdoms or foreign places. It is therefore not surprising that a multitude of accents is used in such films. It is, however, surprising how most foreign-accented characters are portrayed. Previous research has shown that the use of accents in children’s animated films teaches them how to discriminate (Lippi-Green 1997). Lippi-Green (1997) discovered that the racial stereotypes in these features serve a crucial role in teaching children

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    Moody Obituaries

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    Short films are an unappreciated art-form. These little gems make us laugh, cry, and even think in a fraction of the time of a feature length film. It is the stepping stone for some starting filmmakers and the go-to medium for others. It is a chance for a filmmaker to get his or her story in a less costly manner while still making a statement. The short film "Obituaries' is one of those short films that make a statement, by making you think. It centers around the aftermath of a school shooting

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    “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” is a short story detailing the coming of age of a teenage girl named Connie and the predatory advances made on her by a man named Arnold Friend. It was adapted into a film titled Smooth Talk which expands upon the short story by providing more characterization to both Connie and the various people around her. “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” is told in a third-person limited omniscient perspective. Connie acts as the story’s protagonist, and

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    the viewers' will still be imagining about it. "The Sixth Sense is one of the few genre films that truly discuss what horror really is, by filtering it through the experience of a frightened small child. Indirectly, it is also discussing misdirection, an all-important part of an illusionist's craft, in the form of the "magic trick" of hiding the plot twist. So the qualities of M. Night Shyamalan's signature film are evident. This analysis will be devoted to exploring some important aspects that one

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    “Christmas is the day that holds all time together” (Alexander Smith) Christmas is a holiday full of joy and happiness, and people from all over the world loves Christmas, not only children but also adults. As a result, thousands of companies see the business opportunities of Christmas, which formed Christmas big Sales, Christmas special products, and Christmas series shows and movies. Watching Christmas movies and drinking hot chocolate with your family around the fireplace is always a sweet memory

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    Racial stereotypes in films has occurred among people of color through characters, especially black. This has made challenges in opportunities, leading to a prevalence of stereotypes and lack of diversity on-screen, and they have also come a long way with many perspectives in the movie industry. The motion industry have had long history and criticism for its racially casting options since it has a significant role in a mass dissemination across the globe to audiences in every generation and have

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    Back to my parents Back to the Future: A thrilling, exciting and gripping trip into Marty McFly’s own past Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆ 96% Premiere Date: July 3, 1985 (USA) Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) is just a regular young man trying to get a good hold of life, but when his good friend the Doc comes up with a new crazy invention, Marty’s life changes forever. He has a family of loosers, and then accidentally travels back 30 years to 1955 in a time machine built by his friend, the Doc (Christopher Lloyd). Once

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    Mia Adessa Towbin, author of “Images of Gender, Race, Age, and Sexual Orientation in Disney Feature-Length Animated Films” discusses the gender roles in Disney films. She states, “Men are depicted as physically aggressive, non-expressive, and as heroic saviors, particularly of women. Women are portrayed as beautiful, dependent on men, and engaged in domestic responsibilities” (Towbin

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    society as did the development of motion picture equipment. The art of storytelling has been around for thousands of years via word of mouth, drawing and/or painting, and now in motion pictures. The development of the still camera which exposes film to light to produce a momentary image initiated the idea of combining images to create motion. As video cameras progressed they became more compact, produced better images, and allowed longer run times. Later, sound was added not only to give actors

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    the course of the last 6 portions. As Dominic Toretto and his force come back to film screens in Enraged 7, with it, the establishment moves much further far from its Cinmas. To them, road dashing was a sort of idealism from their agitated lives as they attempted to adjust their desire for wrongdoing with the estimations of relatives and fellowship. The principal film, The Quick and the Annoyed, was generally a film about hustling buff and car enthusiast Toretto, his team Jesse (Chad Lindberg)

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    Saul Bass Research Paper

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    He was obviously looking for a more creative outlet for his creative designs than trademarks, corporate logos, letterheads, TV commercials and packaging for which he was in constant demand. The answer proved to be film-making: imaginative documentaries, a single feature film, and pre-eminently title sequences for other directors ' work on which he sometimes received the credit of "visual consultant". His second wife, Elaine was seven years younger than him and a New Yorker who sang in an

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    It’s difficult to be 100% for the use of educational technology all of the time, when there are so many convincing arguments against it. Most teachers find a happy medium with technology—it’s useful in some situations, but a distraction and a hurtful device in others. The philosopher George Berkeley once posed this question: "If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?" so I was wondering if a person had won an award at a special event and no one face booked

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    Headline: A Woman Complains After a Breastfeeding Mother “Squirts Her Boob” at the Woman. Summary: According to one complaint, a breastfeeding mother at a public park “squirted her boob” at a woman who told her to breastfeed somewhere else. Introduction: The controversial incident occurred at a park in Florida and was widely spread on social media afterward. The annoyed woman posted on Facebook about her experience. According to her, “Some lady arrived at Lake Idamere Park and thought it

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    Close Reading Final Assessment Objectives: · Analyze how words and phrases shape meaning and tone in texts. · Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly, as well as inferences and conclusions based on an author’s explicit assumptions and beliefs about a subject. Directions: Closely read two passages from Romeo and Juliet to demonstrate your understanding of Shakespeare’s intentional choices in crafting his play. 1. Choose

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    In this video we will capture the light and fun vibe the song portrays while also adding a surreal aesthetic to the performance. The sotry will be told through dreamlike performances of Yo Gotti in the fictional “Club DM”. As he moves through the club we see select girls who all exist in Gotti’s actual DM. Progression Gotti arrives at a club with a hanging neon sign that reads “Club DM”. Select girls from Gotti’s DM funnel into the club. One girl with her man catches Gotti’s attention. Gotti

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    entertainment. No one expected these films, that were once only a couple seconds long, to influence history as much as they did. This addition of technology to the American lifestyle had the rich and the poor lined up to see the newest showings. The movies reflected American culture and personalities. The film industry made an outstanding increase when it changed location, met competition, and when it began adding sound and color. Without the decision to move the film making associations to Hollywood

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    position. My vast experience with film and video production, along with with my overwhelming desire to create captivating and meaningful, online content, make me an ideal candidate for this job. Over the past fourteen years, I have worked in all capacities of filmmaking, including: Cinematographer, Editor, Director, Writer, Assistant Director, Gaffer/Grip, Sound Recordist and Production Assistant on over 80 short films (narrative and experimental), as well as features, documentaries, music videos, corporate

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    Mothman's Journey

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    “Let’s go explore the woods!” suggests my best friend, Charlotte, as she points to the eerie woods behind my house. “No, let's do something else.” I responded. “Is the Penelope Marks afraid of the woods?!” “No! There are better things for us to be doing at this moment.” “Or maybe you're afraid of,” she looks around sarcastically, “Mothman!” “That’s ridiculous.” Mothman is a mythical creature that supposedly lurks around the woods surrounding our town, Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Apparently

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    Fox: A Silent Era Mogul

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    innovation and monetary desire started the film industry in the early 19th Century, and is what maintains it’s thriving success in the 21st. Many people had significant impacts on the development of cinema, one of them William Fox. Fox, along with multiple other executives, helped to create the basic structure of Hollywood’s studio system during the 1910s (textbook), a foundational impact on today’s industry as we know it. William Fox, the founder of Fox Films, was born Wilhelm Fried in Tulchva, Hungary

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