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Film Techniques Essay Examples

Can film as a medium support the development of ideas and techniques of representation on architecture
The New "Space-Time" Following the 1905’s Einsteins Special Theory of Relativity, it was discovered that time and space are connected in a very important manner, which is dependent on the perception of the individual observer. This theory introduced the idea of conceptual likelihood of numerous...
Pages: 20 (5000 words) , Essay , Architecture
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The Use of Specific Techniques in the Theme of Violence in Brazil
The statement of the genre in Pixote as a documentary is followed with different techniques used throughout the film to give a realistic feel that portrays the violence of Sao Paulo, Brazil. The main concept is to show the aesthetics that are related to the...
Pages: 13 (3250 words) , Research Paper , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Analysis of The World of Apu Film Directed by Satyajit Ray
Towards the end of the movie, close-ups have been taken of Apu doing away with his manuscript and moving away from his son. This has been done to show the kind of inner trauma that he was going through at the time and the reasons...
Pages: 6 (1590 words) , Movie Review , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Inside Job by Charles Ferguson
Inside Job Inside Job is a film directed by Charles Ferguson that considers the financial crisis through a highly engaging five-part structure. While the documentary’s overall narrative and investigative reporting are thought provoking, the film’s construction and the articulation of these concepts are perhaps the...
Pages: 3 (750 words) , Movie Review , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Film Theory in the documentary entitled An American Family: The Louds
However, certain technical aspects in the production of An American Family: The Louds appear to depict some element of deliberate distortion that effectively misrepresents the truth as determined in the particular aspects about the family under focus. Some of the issues that attend to the...
Pages: 10 (2500 words) , Essay , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Narrative, Characterization and Form in David Finchers Film Seven
At first glance, Fincher’s Seven appears to fit into this category. It has a straightforward linear narrative and the two key protagonists, Mills and Somerset, are taken up by events as they unfold. Men are victims of the circumstances in which they find themselves, Somerset...
Pages: 12 (3000 words) , Essay , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Film and Cinematography styles used in the Shawshank Redemption
Sound: Sound makes a crucial part of The Shawshank Redemption. The audience location is directed by the sound effects, where the clattering of steel cells takes the audience into prison. It is undeniable that sound plays a pivotal role in the films storyline. Without Red’s...
Pages: 5 (1250 words) , Essay , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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An In-Depth Analysis of the Latest Film Inland Empire by David Lynch
In a general evaluation of Lynch’s works, the critics often identify a significant connection between the ‘feeling of optimism’ and the openness to critical freedom. According to the most recent critics of his works, the complexities of his works can be very well situated within...
Pages: 7 (1750 words) , Research Paper , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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The Film Noir in American Cinema
The stereotype image of woman as a dependent and subordinate housewife with the male heading the family suddenly disappeared. The men who came back from the waterfront were surprised to see stronger, powerful and independent women at home. It was this new woman that led...
Pages: 17 (4250 words) , Research Paper , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Critical Response of Watermelon Woman Directed by Cheryl Dunye
The shooting style of Dunye in Watermelon Woman is witty and boppy, dexterously managing to shoot and justify two narratives at one go, the one hovering around the search for the enigmatic ‘Watermelon Woman’, a pretty and undocumented actress from the 30s and the central...
Pages: 4 (1261 words) , Research Paper , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Steven Spielberg
He also paints his family upbringing by one parent and his father’s figure as the main parent in Catch Me if You Can and the Indiana Jones Series. Spielburg artistic talent to paint themes that resonates with the public and with his life as a...
Pages: 5 (1250 words) , Essay , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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How to make a film
At one point, I wanted to use a 12mm lens for a shot, but on the spot, that lens proved to be too wrong to select for the shot because the effects it created totally ruined the image. I ended up checking different lenses for...
Pages: 20 (5000 words) , Essay , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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The Use of Mise-en-scene to Portray Carols Lack of Identity in Movie Safe by Boaz Yakin
In general, although she goes to the usual social meetings, Carol is not much of a social person and prefers to keep to herself most of the time. For example, at the baby shower, while all the other women mill around the host for the...
Pages: 5 (1415 words) , Coursework , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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The Technique of Improvisation in Acting and Technical Field
Working in a group parallelly using a very simple storyline can be very useful when using the technique of improvisation. When working in groups the actors could use the comments from their colleagues thereby improving their capabilities during practice and rehearsals. This kind of sharing would...
Pages: 16 (4000 words) , Term Paper , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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The Titanic by James Cameron
In short, these are the most important characters in the film which helps the viewers to have a panoramic view of the tragedy behind the ship and the inherent love story. C. Cinematography The term cinematography is interconnected with the concept of still photography, but...
Pages: 8 (2000 words) , Essay , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Hiroshi Sugimoto as a Popular Japanese Photographer
In the Seascapes series, there is an inherent romanticism that prevails on the viewer. A series of black and white pictures that are horizontally divided seems to be abstract at first glance but gradually it appears to be horizon and ocean at different timings. Langford...
Pages: 5 (1381 words) , Research Paper , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Surrealism Movement in the History of Cinema
In the film, Alice in Wonderland, the director presents Surrealism by showing acceptable, even mandatory, mad, and rebellious characters and scenarios (Chadwick 2011, p. 41). These aspects relate to the characteristics presented by the sequence in the film, L’Age d’Or where the director forced the...
Pages: 10 (2668 words) , Coursework , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Government Control in movies
The Horror of a Dystopian Society From Brave New World and 1984 to The Handmaid’s Tale, the twentieth century has produced a slew of horrific visions of the future. Dystopian movies or visual arts are meant to turn the optimistic visions of utopian movies on...
Pages: 7 (1750 words) , Essay , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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The Concept of Creative Treatment of Actuality and How It Applies to the Media
A documentary presents a creative and holistic view of a given phenomenon. This implies presenting a given social system or ethnographic research in a way and manner that is done through a creative process. This presents the truth of a given situation but in a...
Pages: 11 (2750 words) , Term Paper , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Analysis of diane arbus Identical Twins, Roselle, New Jersey, 1967
Analysis of Diane Arbus’ “Identical Twins” The identical twins, Roselle, New Jersey, 1967, was taken and organized bythe United States’ photographer Diane Arbus. Arbus is recognized after her photographs including “the people on the finger of the society” and “the outsiders”. In most occasions, Diane...
Pages: 4 (1000 words) , Essay , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Leadership in an Age of Creative Destruction
The narrator first takes an overview of Leadership in an Age of Creative Destruction. He notes creative destruction as the main defining feature of modern capitalism. He then discusses the advantages of adopting the "fast-follower" strategy, before finally looking at technology. The narrator notes that...
Pages: 8 (2000 words) , Movie Review , Business
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Why Is Empowering Farmers a Necessity
Scully (154) says, “I had come to view the abuses of industrial farming as a serious moral problem, a truly rotten business for good reason passed over in polite conversation.” In the article, ‘the Pleasures of eating’ the author discusses the need for people to...
Pages: 10 (3055 words) , Research Paper , Family & Consumer Science
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Outsourced Movie
The movie, Outsourced, involves an American call center manager known as Todd, is shocked to realize that his department is outsourced to India. He is supposed to relocate to India, Mumbai to be specific, where he is supposed to go there and train his team....
Pages: 4 (1000 words) , Movie Review , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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Analysis of the U.S Sitcom Modern family from three theoretical perspectives
Among the cultural theories that apply to the modern American families as portrayed in the comedy include functionalism and ecological theories. Structural functionalism theorists explain the role of different institutions and the influence that such institutions have on the development of families. Among the...
Pages: 8 (2000 words) , Research Paper , Journalism & Communication
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Comparing Ray and Charles Eames with Ron Arad
The two artists chosen compares in many ways. Ron Arad designs were mainly based on the post-industrial nature of designs. Ron also is still seen to be active in the design industry, unlike his counterparts who are no longer practicing in the design industry. Ron’s...
Pages: 5 (1348 words) , Essay , Design & Technology
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Steps of the Western blot analysis
Steps of the Western blot analysis Definition – define the term “Western blot analysis” Western blot analysis remains a technique that can be used for identifying certain proteins or antibodies in which proteins become separated by the use of electrophoresis, then become transferred to nitrocellulose,...
Pages: 4 (1000 words) , Essay , Health Sciences & Medicine
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Silver blaze by Arthur Conan Doyle
Furthermore, Watson is Sherlock Holmes’s sidekick who, by and large, is not as brilliant as him. However, Wanton somehow does make things easier for Holmes. Through sly questions and ejaculations of surprise, Dr. Watson synthesizes the focal point of this story. No doubt, after reading...
Pages: 5 (1250 words) , Term Paper , Literature
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Analysis of Seven Movies Which Have the Same Concept
In all the seven movies, the concept of family is not only ubiquitous but also given a central thematic value. In the 2009 German film titled The White Ribbon, a family is depicted in Eichwald, northern Germany as the world is on the verge of...
Pages: 10 (2500 words) , Assignment , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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How does Television Affect Teenagers
The above theories clearly show how violence takes its roots in individuals and how external factors like the media with their excessive exposure of violence influence young minds. Violent family behavior or aggressive behavior seen in peers also contributes to the tendency of anti-social behavior...
Pages: 15 (3750 words) , Term Paper , Media
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The Problems with Sonys Blu-Ray Technology
Sony has faced many obstacles in the introduction of its Blu-Ray technology into the market. At the same time, Sony was in the process of launching Blu-Ray one of its main competitors, Toshiba, launched a product called HD-DVD to directly compete with Sony’s Blu-Ray DVD...
Pages: 4 (1000 words) , Case Study , Marketing
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VISUAL CULTURE
Bal du moulin de la Galette is 175 cm long and 131 cm in height. Drawn as an oil painting in canvas, this painting reflects impressionism style which does not use strong outlines (Artble 2014). The main aspect of understanding the impressionist painting is capturing...
Pages: 16 (4000 words) , Essay , Journalism & Communication
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Advertising Campaign of McDonald's
That blame multinational corporations for exploiting people and affecting the economy of the developing countries, McDonald’s has also become a symbol of ‘the world’s corporate evil’ that attempts to ‘catch’ the entire planet into its ‘vicious net’.In 2002, the American president G. Bush started an...
Pages: 12 (3000 words) , Essay , Marketing
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Environmental Issues and the Industrial Revolution
The immediate effects are that the oil film coats all the surfaces that it comes into contact with. Coating of the water surfaces results in the death of aquatic animals due to lack of oxygen. The oil also coats birds and other animals as well...
Pages: 4 (1000 words) , Coursework
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Science, Technology and Ethics in Frankenstein {written by Mary Shelley}
Human beings make tools and techniques that do not work well for them. Technology fails human beings. They try to answer with technology, problems above problems. Frankenstein is a novel about oppressive forces. Dangerous pursuit of knowledge and cursed human inventions are the oppressive forces...
Pages: 5 (1250 words) , Research Paper
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Citizen Kane
The symbolic "walking out" of Susan out of Kanes life achieves tragic inference owing to the fact that Kane like the audience does not expect Susans decision. This is so as Susan has been someone who has always been presented as inferior to him. Kane...
Pages: 4 (1000 words) , Essay
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Examples of Clusters and Michael Porters's Theory
Examples of clusters that are recognized worldwide include information and communication technology in Boston and Silicon Valley, California’s wine industry and the Hollywood and Bollywood film industries. Economic research has also provided models applicable to lower economic regions at levels that can identify and start...
Pages: 9 (2250 words) , Literature review , Business
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Pictorialism and Modernism
However, (Becker, 2005) argues that the difference between pictorialism and modernism has a thin line that is in most cases ignored without a good focus attention. In today’s art, pictorialism and modernism have a thin boundary and a few characteristic that differentiates them, and which...
Pages: 9 (2250 words) , Essay , Visual Arts & Film Studies
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The Impact of Media Advertising in the Case of Body Shop Plc
Therefore in its simple sense, the word ‘advertising’ means capturing the attention to something or telling or advising somebody of something. (Dyer, 1995 p. Thus the advertising can be seen as a medium for communicating or providing knowledge to the customers from the recognized authority...
Pages: 12 (3000 words) , Research Proposal , Marketing
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Comparative analysis of Marketing Communications strategies and mix for the
Subsequently, in order to create product differentiation the company went in for logo changes in 1905, in 1906 and subsequently during WW-II. It was in late 90s that Pepsi started a new era in competition by targeting the young and fresh, with the unveiling of...
Pages: 12 (3000 words) , Essay
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The Poem Valediction by Sherman Alexie
The author employs two important artistic features that facilitate the presentation of the poem as a complete piece against the choice of its size and design.Firstly, the precision adopted in the poem manifests through the economy of words, without compromising on the delivery of the...
Pages: 6 (1690 words) , Essay , Literature
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Conspiracy Theories about Kennedy Murder
The country had discussed matters with the Soviet Union regarding the issue but had left Cuba out.  Soon, a ‘naval quarantine’ was announced as it considered attacking Cuba through the sea routes just so it had the power to destroy the nuclear bases and it...
Pages: 16 (4000 words) , Coursework , Social science
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The Foundation of a New Science and Wundt as a Figurehead
Consequently, the levels of literacy were steadily growing in Germany, a factor that eventually led to increased numbers of researchers. This factor facilitated continuation of quality research by Germans. Another important step of the 1800s in Germany was the simultaneous discovery of the of papermaking techniques...
Pages: 12 (3000 words) , Term Paper , Psychology
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Managing Waste Products from Dairy Factories
Waste from the dairy industry comes from the sources of milk, ingredients and the product itself. EMS application for wastewater management system includes “setting up, monitoring factory model establishment, data collection implementation, methods for establishing losses, establishing standards, setting up data processing and reporting system”...
Pages: 30 (7500 words) , Dissertation , Family & Consumer Science
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Curriculum leadership pack
There are instances of advanced, innovative, motivating programs all over the country, yet they are merely a handful in number, normally are not imitated in ways that result into a widespread change, and the confirmation of our own familiarity suggests that few will endure the...
Pages: 18 (4500 words) , Essay
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Fundamentals of Spatial Vision
 The images may be simple as well as the complex ones. The visual system deals differently with these two different types of images. Different visual information is being passed on forward at different spatial scales. When we see a cat, for example, our visual system...
Pages: 10 (2500 words) , Literature review , Biology
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Role of the Cyborg in Rethinking Gender and The Nature of Human
Prenatal diagnostic data and testing provides a similar function, and profoundly affects a pregnant woman's experience of her pregnancy and her fetus. Casper (1995) has argued that amniocentesis transforms pregnancy into a "tentative" event, contingent on the outcome of testing. And what kind of knowledge...
Pages: 13 (3250 words) , Essay , Social science
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Literature And Culture In The U.S. From The Great War
Gang violence associated with bootleg liquor became rampant in the cities. In addition, young women started engaging in male activities like smoking and drinking as well as indulging in sexual activities. The Harlem renaissance came with new entertainment form that is the jazz music which...
Pages: 8 (2000 words) , Research Paper , History
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Why Graphic Design Is Needed in Our World
The modern graphical designing includes a variety of artwork e.g. line work, communication with signboards, famous company and brand logos, trademarks, posters, play cards, different signs showing culture, ethics, peace, danger and many other. The latest invention in the world of graphical designing is the...
Pages: 6 (1500 words) , Research Paper , Design & Technology
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A Common Culture for Mutual Understanding of Nations
Essentially, the cultural barriers amount to communication challenges in both written and verbal forms. In fact, the communication challenges prompt organizations to invest a lot of effort in decoding and encoding messages. The investment aims at increasing the slow interaction between the multinational companies and...
Pages: 7 (1750 words) , Research Paper , Social science
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Special Education Practices And Strategies
Some basic strategies suggested for use in special education include “use of graphic organizers or visual displays to organize information, chunking or combining of related elements into units, using mnemonics or language cues to enhance memory”. These are a few strategies explained in Education and...
Pages: 7 (1750 words) , Essay , Education
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