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    I loved the movie the Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. It is the first movie in the Pirates of the Caribbean series. It is amazing because of the catchy music, the suspense in the action, and the overall storyline of the movie. The movie is about a pirate named Jack Sparrow who used to be the captain of the ship called “Black Pearl.” It is known as the fastest ship that sails the seas. Jack Sparrow’s mission is to find the ship and become captain again but little did he know

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    In my opinion Stanley Kubrick is, to this day, one of America’s greatest directors. He is renowned for directing films like Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey and A Clockwork Orange; Stanley Kubrick doesn’t just limit himself to one type of genre, he works across the entire spectrum and, still, each and every one of his films demonstrate flawless directing, a palpable atmosphere and a great sense of intelligence. The Shining is one of his later works and it is widely deemed one of, if not THE

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    After experiencing a traumatic car crash, Michelle, the protagonist of director Dan Trachtenberg’s film 10 Cloverfield Lane, wakes up in an underground bunker owned by a man named Howard. Howard claims to have saved her from a widespread chemical attack that has contaminated the air, with his bunker being the only place to take refuge for the next couple of years. Yet as the film progresses, Howard’s controlling and threatening demeanor eventually brings Michelle to escape, allowing her to come across

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    Paper Moon, a 1973 American tragicomedy directed by Peter Bogdanovich. The film Paper Moon dramatically depicts the Great Depression era in the Plains states of America. The artistic cinematography used throughout this film contributes to the overall historic feel. Shot in black and white with the period music, the stark settings help the viewer understand the personalities of the characters and their growing relationship with each other, plot of the movie and its setting. The two main characters

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    A Very Brief History of Cinematography

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    shoot something. I always found his job interesting and exciting, which led me to pick cinematography for this paper. I also love being able to be creative and come up with new ideas or different solutions, and cinematography would allow me to do this on a daily basis. Researching this career opened my eyes to the history, current technology, and future innovations that cinematography has. 1. History Cinematography is a relatively new job, with photography invented in the nineteenth century and major

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    dark cinematography as a way to also highlight the dark tone of the movies plot. In a film like Children of Men creating a dark setting helps aid to the plot of the world in its current state of despair. With an abundance of close ups creating intimacy and then vast medium shots to show the miseenscene created for some scenes with extensive props. The films uses cinematography to help it create the dark world needed to tell the story of people trying to save the human race. The cinematography of this

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    Beside that, Cinematography is also one of the element that play important roles in film noir. This can be seen when Dixon (2005) explained that in film noir shot in black and white, interior setting is always suffused with shadows and exterior settings are usually at night, with wet streets and rain. It is true because most of the film noir are shot in night with wet streets and rain, night scenes are able to create the ‘ darkness ’ mood and feeling while wet streets and rain can create the fear

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    Why Pulp Fiction is a Must-See Film Looking for an action film with a great soundtrack and amazing characters? Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino 1994) is a must see film, comprised of several different stories. The soundtrack includes upbeat tunes that keep the viewer engaged while the characters are interesting and complex along with amazing action scenes. Throughout the film the audience sees the story of a couple of thieves, two hit men, a mob boss’ wife, and a boxer all join together to create

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    film a war zone?’ With some directors, you'd have to find some highly technical way with CGI. But with Paul, it comes down to ‘let’s just do it”’ (). With the help of Paul Greengrass, Barry Ackroyd’s cinematography shows the stress and horrors of being a Captain in pirate infested

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    Jaws is a 1975 thriller that was directed by Steven Spielberg and is also based on a 1974 nook with the same name. The film is about a great white shark attacking Amity Island which is obviously not real but a fictional resort. -Steven Spielberg’s use of editing and cut scenes is one of the biggest factors in this movie. He uses contrast in certain scenes to amplify one and somewhat down play the other. The intensity in one scene can form an overstatement on what is really going on even when the

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