Footage Essays

  • Film Analysis: The Bad Kids

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    The Bad Kids uses an assortment of techniques to create a way to get the viewer emotional involved in the story. The techniques involved in the film are shots of the weather, the way voice overs are used, and the overall structure of each child’s conflict. The director’s purpose in using these techniques is to get the viewer to see that these kids, who have had a hard life, are largely victims of the circumstances that they were born into. These kids are just a few in a country and world where millions

  • Fruitvale Station Essay

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    is going to end, but the cinematography is extraordinary and keeps you engaged the entire time while addressing issues of race, class, and identity in one film. The opening scene of the film is footage of the shooting shot by a passenger on one of the trains at the Fruitvale Station. The actual footage shown does not show how the film ends, with Oscar getting shot, but it leads up to it. The film cuts from the

  • Emmett Till Rhetorical Analysis

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    archival footage that shows the audience the horrific murder of Emmett Till. By using archival footage, the documentaries serve as rhetoric functions providing pathos for emotion appeal and logos to convince the audience. In The Untold Story of Emmett Till, I noticed there was a strong usage of applied specificity. One of the examples of applied specificity is Mamie Till talking about Emmett Till and while she speaks his baby pictures surface onscreen. The filmmaker showing this footage humanizes

  • Rhetoric In Blackfish

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    whale experts as a vehicle to explore the gap between the conglomerate SeaWorld’s public image and its palpable reality. The wild orcas that researchers describe as highly socialized, gentle animals are juxtaposed with the creatures portrayed in footage from SeaWorld’s marine parks. The latter are abused, confined to dark cages, and live in small concrete pools that are nothing in comparison to the one

  • The Missing Picture By Rithy Panh Essay

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    documentaries ultimately display documentary filmmaking, styles and issues that occur while making a film. The Missing Picture is Rithy Panh’s latest work in which he uses voiceover narration and clay figurines as a substitution for the non-existing media footage to depict the personal experiences him and his family faced during the Cambodian genocide. He also uses other typical documentary devices such as archival

  • Bronxnet Studio Reflection

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    in through the whole footage. I made sure when I selected the footage not to cut the person voice. I then work on the audio making sure the levels were arrange to the right levels. I then work on selecting transition to make the footage run smooth. I actually like it when the reporter did not give me instruction because I was able to be creative. Sometime the reporter provided in the script the interviewees name and tittle on the script. If not I had to find it on the footage. I was able to do three

  • Wedding Ethnographic Analysis

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    Your wedding footage is the best memory bringer. Wedding Cinematography Melbourne creates "interesting" wedding footages. An era was there when people hate wedding videos. Yes, I fall asleep when watching my grandmothers ' wedding videos. Anyway, modern couples have begun to understand the value of wedding videography. At Wedding Cinematography Melbourne, we do our best to give you something unique and everlasting. In this article, we are answering top questions you have about us (and in general

  • Police Body Cameras Effect

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    society, they must be used correctly, and the footage must be handled properly. Therefore, through proper usage and experience with devices, body cameras can be very beneficial to any community. Body cameras are small cameras equipped on police officers. They are on the uniform of the police

  • Police Militarization

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    camera footage, and the amount of storage can be costly”. “Aside from the question about data storage, there are security concerns: Do the small police departments have the cybersecurity ,and the resources to protect the footage from hackers”(Roller 1)? Another question that was brought to attention, should body camera footage be treated as a public medium, or as private evidence? To conclude your answer on this problem, Nobody knows exactly how the Police should treat body camera footage, but the

  • Cinematic Wedding Videography Analysis

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    may not have an idea of it. This article is for them. * When the couple demands you Cinematic Wedding Videography, keep in your mind that they don't want a lengthy footage. So, never shoot too much footage. In other words, it should be a highlight footage of the day. Which means you should not waste time on videotaping tons of footage. * Choose the shots

  • Police Body Cameras Essay

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    be very helpful on patrols and investigations, on duty police officers should be required to equip themselves with a body camera so they have an accurate description of the suspect, which can lower the amount of unsolved cases, and provide video footage

  • Essay On Documentary Film

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    dependent on real people and events, as evident from his shadowing of the various street artists and their production and installation processes. On the other hand, Banksy’s narration was largely based on his own interaction with Guetta and with the footages that he shot. According to Nichols (2001, p. 68), such a speech-oriented film like Exit through the Gift Shop (2010) convey meanings that may be worlds apart than what was literally expressed. The narration then, presented different accounts of the

  • Body Cameras Research Paper

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    than the camera. The cost of the footage depends on how many videos are produced, how long the videos are stored, and where the videos are stored. If the footage is stored on an in-house sever, meaning kept within the department, the cost goes up due to needing to purchase computer equipment and employing technical staff to ensure the video footage is secure. The storage price can be lowered if the department uses on online database, such as iCloud, to store the footage because the payment goes to a

  • Argumentative Essay: The Use Of Body Cameras In Courts

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    Courts The use of footage from body cameras can be very beneficial in courts. Many times its difficult for juries to interpret what happened in a scene. Even when cases use evidence from mounted police cameras. They still don’t have a clear picture of everything that’s going on. Video and Audio recording can capture victim statements and witness accounts. Instead of self-serving hearsay, judges can get objective evidence of what happed. Behavior Body cameras can reduce police

  • Analysis Of Fahrenheit 9/11

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    through various visual devices including photographs, interviews and documents. My visual representation is of a mirror which reflects Moore’s message that The film starts off with Moore’s voiceover, “Was it all just a dream?”, accompanied with footage of the election taking place. In the following scenes, Moore presents shots of various news stations reporting of AL Gore’s election victory, which turns out to be incorrect and depicts their embarrassed retractions that George W Bush had actually

  • Blackfish Essay

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    This film about these extremely diverse mammals shows true footage of the whales and what they are capable of in captivity. It also talks about a lot of wrongs that are done to the whales in captivity by people who were there and done it or witnessed it themselves. The film gives out a lot of good information and

  • Police Body Cameras: Are They Necessary?

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    discourage officers from purposefully filing inaccurate reports. “The Right Body Camera Policy” further expands on this idea, stating, “In general, watching body camera footage should reduce dishonesty in incident reports. When the footage reveals unambiguous misconduct, officers would be foolish to file dishonest reports. And when the footage reveals proper behavior, officers would feel emboldened to present their actions honestly and confidently.” Officers that file false reports would face harsh consequences

  • Vantage Point Analysis

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    recording the event, he noticed Barnes looking at a suspicious window. He then focuses his camera on the window and noticed a shadow like image of a man. After the president’s shooting Barnes hurriedly asked for the footage to review if Lewis had seen the shadow too. He saw the footage of Enrique’s girlfriend throwing a bag under the stage, seconds after the explosion has commenced. Barnes came after Enrique where Lewis filmed everything. Lewis followed them until he reached the overpass. He saw the

  • Night And Fog Analysis

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    color footage. The film draws on several sources, including black-and-white still images from various archives, excerpts from older black-and-white films from French, Soviet, and Polish newsreels, footage shot by detainees of the Westerbork internment camp in the Netherlands, or by the Allies' "clean-up" operations, plus new color and black-and-white footage filmed at concentration camps in 1955. Resnais filmed his color sequences in Eastmancolor rather than Agfacolor, using the footage to

  • The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 Summary

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    time period. It distinct itself from other documentary in the way it presents its content and arguments. This is mostly due to the fact that the footage was taken at the time, while many commentaries are from the 21st century. Authenticity and an informed presentation of events are reinforced through several social codes. However, both, the archival footage as well as the film were created by a Swedish film team and it begins by presenting an outside perspective of the makers themselves. They claim