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  • Film Editing In Film

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    Many people find it hard to notice the editing in a film. this is a positive thing as it means the editor has done a good job in creating a smooth rhythm within cuts. Obviously we know that whenever there is a change in image it is an edit, but most of us find it hard to consciously notice the transitions throughout the film. It is because we do not notice the editing that we presume it is “easy”. However, 'editing is more than just sticking two images together, it is a language, a discipline, an

  • The History And Evolution Of Film Films

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    languages from their beginnings in silent films, to television and now on the World Wide Web. This essay will be discussing the recent history and innovations of both film and television as well as the advent and growth of the franchise, the merging of the two medias, the synergy of both motion medias into the New Media, and the effect of New Media on their future. Film has had huge leaps in technology in the last 3 decades beginning with the move from film to digital camera and then high definition

  • Film Analysis Of Titanic Film

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    romantic disaster film by both critics and audiences. The movie explores the sinking theme .The inspiration of the movie came to Cameron’s from ship wrecks which were his fascination. To deliver the emotional message of the disaster a love story interspersed with the human loss would be essential was his feelings. During the shooting of his actual Titanic wreck in 1997 the production of the movie began. In the film history Titanic earned its place as the most nominated movie .The film managed to bring

  • The Importance Of Film And Film

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    In today’s day and age, we take even the simple things, like photography and film, for granted. Everything has become more user friendly, simpler, and faster by changing over to the digital realm. Photographers and film makers from the 20th century had it a lot harder than we do today. They basically had to do everything manually; even including something as small as flash photography. Both pictorialism and film play an important role in documenting events in the world around which we live, though

  • The Importance Of Film In Film

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    this huge spectrum comes Film. which is rather a new form of art. It has become a means of creative expression as well as performing the purposes of mass media such as providing the audiences with information, transmission of culture and amusement. The aim of the essay is to look at early cinema and compare and contrast between the editing techniques used by various filmmakers. The essay will look at editing techniques the French Filmmaker Georges Méliès’ applied in his films A Trip to The Moon and

  • Independent Films: The Influence Of An Independent Film

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    Independent film is in many ways, an oxymoron. At one point the well-known independent films truly were independent from the influence of the major studios. They were creations from the artistic ideas and expressions of persons free from the influence and oversight of a studio. While there still is a plethora of independent filmmakers throughout the country and worldwide, the independent films that receive the most exposure tend to at some point receive support from a major studio or one of the studio’s

  • The Silent Films: The Golden Age Of The Film

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    The 1920’s and 1930’s was considered the golden age for movie production. In the 1920’s the production code started censoring the film makers. This stated that any movie written had to pass a certain criteria examples included: if containing sex, violence, and killing. Early silent movies were often accompanied by live piano or organ music. Films were black and white. According to A Short Stories of the Movies, D.W Griffith, never had the intention to make movies, accidentally writing and reporting

  • Film Vs. Television : Film And Television

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    stores and movie cinemas to go out of business and TV ratings to stumble. The film and television industry is a forever-changing discipline which relies heavily on technological advancements and global requirements. With that being said, career options and pathways within the film and television discipline are subject to change frequently resulting in new job openings and opportunities for people wishing to work in the film and TV area. This essay will investigate and assess the diminishing career opportunities

  • Film Analysis Of The Film: Maharaja Gemunu

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    The film Maharaja Gemunu is based on the story of King Dutugemunu (161 BC to 137 BC) and King Elara (205 BC to 161 BC) who invaded Sri Lanka from Chola (South India). This is a film which represents the ancient Anuradhapura Kingdom and cultures of Sinhalese and Tamils of Sri Lanka. In this film 1500 clothes have been made which has to be stitched and almost 3000 people have been costumed with a budget of sixty-eight lacks. Mr.Aruna priyantha, Telephone interview , 22.04.2016 Mainly the costumes

  • Animal Farm Film And Film Analysis

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    Animal Farm was a bestseller novel and written by George Orwell. and now it was an animation film and it was directed by Joy Batchelor. The book was published in December 29th, 1945 in New York city whereas the film was released in 1945. The film genre is drama and the film is 70-minutes long. The film was about or intention to create awareness about communist or capitalist. Animal Farm is an satirical novella and it was about a group of animals who oust the humans from the farm on which they