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  • Essay On Cinema And Cinema

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    This essay will seek to outline my findings on movie and theatre by looking at still image and moving image. I will discuss the relationship between cinema and film, and also compare some works of artists in order to answer the question which how might photography be contextualized as image on the threshold of still and moving – as an object incorporating the temporal and the narrative, the writing of history, or the presentation of documentation as record. A French photographer Franck Bohbot found

  • Cinema Vs Japanese Cinema

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    Japanese cinema during the early history of film and through the silent era was similar yet quite different as the history of cinema in the United States and the rest of the western world. Although Japan didn’t have an entrepreneur or inventor trying to invent filmmaking like in England, France, and the United States, it did already have a taste for moving pictures and visual storytelling, leading a transition into film quite natural. Similar to the west, Japanese cinema took its earliest form from

  • Cinema of Attractions: The Features of 1906 Cinema

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    narrative in the early film-making industry (p. 59), whilst this is the most significant feature in the conception of “cinema of attraction”. When film-making is still at the exploration stage, attempting to play with the new technology and produce films of different genres, most of the works before 1906 present the characteristics of “cinema of attractions” introduced by Gunning. Cinema pre-1906 attempts to show the actuality or perform directly and explicitly to the spectators, instead of narrating

  • British Cinema Vs Hollywood Cinema

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    British Cinema Vs Hollywood Cinema As far as statistics show Hollywood films make twice as much money in the box office than British films. If we look at films in this manner than it is plainly obvious that more people watch Hollywood films than British films and if we believe that the best films are the ones that more people see than we can conclude that Hollywood films are better than British ones. But it's not as simple as this although the box office does have an

  • Cinema Novo: The Juxtaposition of Classic Hollywood Cinema to Brazilian Cinema

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    on the aspect of visual storytelling first introduced in 1985 by the Lumiere brothers with their first movie ever made for projection -- Workers Leaving the Lumiere Factory. They (Hollywood), then designed a Studio System called Classic Hollywood Cinema to Finance, Organize, Produce, Market, Distribute, and Exhibit movies for financial gain while entertaining movie goers. This term was coined by David Bordwell, Janet Staiger and Kristin Thompson to define Hollywood’s film making during the period

  • European Cinema

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    The case for European cinema can be made by pointing out how persistently the different national cinemas have positioned themselves in opposition to Hollywood, at least since the end of the First World War, and increasingly after the Second World War... In the set of binary oppositions that usually constitute the field of academic film studies, the American cinema is invariably the significant (Bad) Other, around which both the national and “art/auteur” cinemas are defined... -Thomas Elsaesser

  • The Review of Cinema

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    The Review of Cinema [IMAGE]As part of my coursework I have to conduct a competitor analysis. This mean that I need to find out what services and products my competitors are providing, what prices they are selling their goods and services, the quality of their services, where they are located etc, so I can then use this information to get a competitive advantage. The first cinema I visited was ‘Ster Century Cinemas’ which is located Romford. I am going to find

  • Direct Cinema

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    Direct Cinema The term 'direct cinema' was coined by American director Albert Maysles, to describe the style of documentary that he and his contemporaries were making in the 1960s as a result of a lightweight, portable 16mm camera and high quality lightweight audio recorders becoming available. The introduction of these, together with film-stock which was sensitive enough to give a good quality close-up monochrome picture under most lighting conditions (Including

  • Transnational Cinema

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    As cultural identity being questioned in global screen due to the influences of transnational cinema and Diasporas in different 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

  • Essay On Cinema

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    In the book American Film a History Jon Lewis focused on the beginning of cinema, the effect war took on propaganda and the major controversy’s that occurred with famed celebrities. Despite its history, cinema is still growing today. The end of cinema is just retiring specific techniques and old technology because its main technology is improving constantly! Film has impacted us today but it started with something so simple. and cheap. For the first ten years of film existence the start of true