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    In The Cay Philip’s character reveals that through many conflicts, he developed independence, open-mindedness, and being able to work on his own. Philip demonstrates independence after experiencing blindness as evidenced in the novel when he was able to survive after Timothy’s death. In the beginning of the novel, Philip demonstrates being helpless when he fell into the shark infested water, and Timothy had to risk his life in order to save him. In chapter 6, on page 53, he states in his mind, “I

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    Cling! I still remember the loud sound of the rustic swords as they smashed together as if the War of Burdic was yesterday. Ten years ago, an epic battle between the Tribe of Keptar and the Tribe of Wicca took place and during that time a loss of one warrior unitied two warriors forever. It was a cool, chilly night as the full moon gave light to my surroundings. As I went out to secure the village for night fall, I noticed a tall, handsome looking young man over to my side. I glanced over to evaluate

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    changing. With that, the development of motion picture complexity has changed the film industry by a continuing technological evolution. It is evident that films have changed significantly over the last 100 years. The intricacy of filmmaking technology has rapidly progressed, allowing creative potential for filmmakers. Films are often due to technological advances, or even to reintroduce a classic story. Some examples of films that have been remade include Scarface (1932), remade in 1983, and The Magnificent

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    construction of a marine. Through these themes, along with the unique perspectives offered by the characters in the film, the audience is able to gain insight into the corruption and lies that are “war”. This insight ultimately helps the audience analyze the text deeper and enables them to draw the similarities in current events and dissect what they hear and see throughout the film. The mentality is a solider is addressed throughout the movie. “This is my rifle. There were many like it but this

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    Japan Technology

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    with innovative and high quality products. Many homes worldwide recognize and associate film with the Kodak name. “The company ranks as a premier multinational corporation, with a brand recognized in virtually every country around the world” (Kodak History). However, the changes in technology create a dilemma for Kodak. The company’s considerations for digital imaging will change its long history with 35mm film production. Will the shift from 35mm to digital imaging affect Kodak’s successful journey

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    The book and movies I am going to compare are Charlie (Willy Wonka) and the Chocolate factory. The book was written by British author, Roald Dahl. The 1971 film was directed by Mel Stuart and the 2005 film was directed by Tim Burton. Both movies and books have very good plots and details. Some are very similar; others are quite different. It tells the story of a young boy named Charlie Bucket. Charlie, his parents, and his four grandparents all live together in a small house. They're poor, hungry

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    King Kong Film Analysis

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    Film music has changed since the 1933 original King Kong film, produced by Dino De Laurentiis. Both versions of King Kong are products of their ages. The original film is from the Golden Age era where sound film just began. As many film makers wrestled with the basics of sound films, the technique enhanced into a much more live affect. In the latest King Kong film, which was released in 2005, and produced by Peter Jackson, sound film was much more advanced when it came to the special affects. As

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    Transnational Cinema

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    places, this clip question further the possibilities in future transnational cinema. Through the emergence of cinema styles, all films are to be considered transnational. This essay will argue that transnational cinema could be emerging to a new level in the film industry. The clip provided with the essay explores the potential of transnational films with the context of films studied included in this subject. As Ezra and Rowden argues, the “key to transnationalism is the recognition of the decline of

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    George Lucas: One of the greatest filmmakers

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    George Lucas: One of the greatest film makers “With the exception of maybe a handful of people, no one has made an impact on the movie making world like George Lucas has. With hundred of hours of film with his mark out there, Lucas has amazed his audiences time and time again with expert story telling” (The Gods of Filmmaking). George Lucas has written, directed, and produced countless films, many of which are some of today’s most highly regarded films by critics all over the world. “George Lucas’s

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    Radio In Rwanda Analysis

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    a close reading of Li’s work by using examples from the film Sometimes in April, one will prove that radio played a purposive role in the Rwandan genocide. Radio was used to spread Hutu ideology before and during the genocide. It helped unify the Hutu against the Tutsi. In the film, the Tutsi are called “cockroaches”, “inenzi” and “devils” in a bid to dehumanise them. They are also blamed for everything from whipping to taxes. (Peck, 2005) This shows the active engendering of Tutsi- hatred by Hutu

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