• Business And Government Agencies
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    Business and Government Agencies The primary focus of my topic is three fold, first if a high ranking official from a firm were to become the Director of an agency and his former company is asking for approval of a drug, how should the Director act in regard to this rule making? The second question is not a difficult, if a former Director were to assume a position at a firm asking for approval of a drug, how should the former directors position influence the decisions of the agency? Finally how ...
  • Making A Movie Assistant Director
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    Imagine a young child, eye level with a floor full of miniature toys, concentrating intently on building a make-believe world. To the child, the toys are not miniature figures made of plastic or wood. They are real characters with real adventures. The child frames the action, crafting scenes that unfold in a world of imagination. Looking through the lens of a camera as actors bring to life a writer's story, the filmmaker is also peering into a world of imagination. The director, producer, actor...
  • Screen Aesthetics Taxi Driver
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    The film Taxi Driver includes a range of techniques which fit the categories of realism and expressionism. The film takes it s peculiar over-all feel from the combination of the various techniques used. Taxi Driver is a film that leans towards expressionism. The director s major concern is with the characters psychological truths, which he conveys using techniques that distort the viewer s perception of the material world. He uses a high degree of manipulation, of reforming reality. often the s...
  • Presidential Candidate Pnac President America
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    Kristol founded the PNAC in 1997 and the organization quickly set about putting together a program for America's future... America's future president. The PNAC list of associates reads like a who's who of the powerful wealthy American Right. All told, sixteen members of George Bush's cabinet are members or associates of the PNAC, and these are not just any cabinet members, but in fact some of the most influential members. The members of the Bush cabinet who are associated with the PNAC are as fo...
  • Comparison Of Original Blade Runner Film And Directors Cut
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    Choosing a movie, do you take notice to whether it is a Director's cut, the original version, or simply grab the chosen movie and pop it in taking no notice of which version is in hand? Is there even a difference? Because a director's cut is simply a version of a movie with various cuts made by the director's choosing, if watching both versions of Ridley Scott's, "Blade Runner," the subtle differences in several of the scenes will become apparent, although the scene layout and plot remains the s...
  • Critique Of Romeo And Juliet The Movie
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    Critique of Romeo and Juliet the Movie There have been many romantic films made in the past as well as now in the present, from Wuthering Heights to Pretty Woman. But, one of the most romantic of all films is the story of Romeo and Juliet. It is safe to say that most people are familiar with this story. A couple so determined to be together, ended up tragically in the arms of one another because of their feuding families. Today, a new director attempts to recreate this Shakespearean story by ad...
  • Girl Interrupted Susanna Movie Cat
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    The movie 'Girl Interrupted' is based on the biography by Susanna Kayson. In the story she tells of her two year stay in a mental hospital. The director uses many camera angles and techniques to carry on the story line. He wanted most of the setting to take place in the hospital. Throughout the stor, Kayson tells of her fears, friends, and herself. Growing and learning everyday, Susanna is finally declared healthy and is relapsed. Her final diagnosis: recovered boarder line. She meets a great f...
  • Casablanca A New Perspective
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    'Casablanca:' A New Perspective Throughout history, the film industry has seen many directing styles and techniques. The early part of the 20 th century saw a factory style of film production, but as the years went by, director's began to employ new and untried techniques in their pictures. One such technique which these director's implemented was a new approach to the use of the camera and camera angles.' Casablanca,' an Academy Award winning film of 1942 saw director Michael Curtizmanipulate t...
  • Adapting Poe Hop Frog
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    Differences in Film and Literature Today there are many differences between stories and film adaptations. When people read a book like Lord of The Rings they use one of the mind's greatest things, the imagination. When people read the story they imagine how the characters look, the way they act, where the story takes place, and other of the setting. Then when a movie such as "Lord of the Rings" comes out, they see the movie and see how the director has interpreted the story, many people are eith...
  • I Remember Mama By The Baton Rouge
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    Aaron A. Aubrey English 2029-12 Mr. Decker 14 Nov 1999 "I Remember Mama" The recent production of "I Remember Mama" by The Baton Rouge Little Theatre left much to be desired in my mind. The real flaw in this unsuccessful production wasn't so much the occasional annoyances and quirks by the cast and director, it was the play itself. I felt that the local talent of The Baton Rouge Little Theatre was wasted on such a droll work. I found it difficult to stay focused on the play and instead found mys...
  • Brave New World Director Henry Bernard
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    Summary: Chapter 1 The novel opens in the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Centre. The year is a. f. 632 (632 years "after Ford"). The Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning is giving a group of students a tour of a factory that produces human beings and conditions them for their predestined roles in the World State. He explains to the boys that human beings no longer produce living offspring. Instead, surgically removed ovaries produce ova that are fertilized in artificial receptacles...
  • Steven Spielberg Film Director Auteur
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    Consider the significance of the auteur theory to the development of film theory and film culture. Is it still a relevant concept In this essay, I shall endeavor to outline the beginnings of the auteur theory, and show the arguments that support and oppose the relevance of the auteur theory in modern film. It is my opinion that it is still relevant, though ultimately only to the individual. That is; the theory may be more relevant to a follower of the industry, and in particular a follower of a ...
  • John Ford Jack Aka Director
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    John Ford Dorothy R. Dona hoo English 2145 Dr. Klink 04/03/99 John Ford was an American motion-picture director. Winner of four Academy Awards, and is known as one of America's great film directors. He began his career in the film industry around 1913. According to Ellis, Ford's style is evident in both the themes he is drawn toward and the visual treatment of those themes, in his direction of the camera and in what's in front of it. Although he began his career in the silent film area and cont...
  • Sound Vs Silence John Harker
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    Sound vs. Silence Essay submitted by Anonymous The most apparent difference between Dracula and Nosferatu is that one was made while film was still without sound-at least dialogue-and the other was not. This difference, though not a revelation in itself, leads to a great number of much more in-depth contrasts that deserve discussion. In making a silent film, a director must rely on sight-and a certain amount of text-to portray to the audience his intended emotional, and intellectual reaction. A...
  • Production Designer Film Director Make
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    There are many different people and types of technology needed to make a film. It is a very complicated and time consuming process. Jobs can range from, the Director who has very high status to the guy or girl who holds a light in place so that they get just the right amount of light. A movie could also not be made without the different camera angles, sound effects, lighting and other machinery and equipment. These make the film interesting and fun to watch. Without all of these people the film...
  • Strategic Management Case Study On Body Shop
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    Weaknesses: 1) The marketing department Anita Roddick spends most of her time on activities such as campaigns and conferences. 2) No advertising activities to create Awareness and Sales in the US and Asia as it does not have a strong culture in protecting animals and the environment. 3) Adopt high pricing compared to competition. 4) Operating expenses on company owned stores are high. Treats: The single largest increase in cost are involved on mail order business and Body Shop direct. a) Major r...
  • How Did Romeo And Juliet Attract Teenagers
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    Movies often use different techniques to attract a certain age group. The director of Romeo and Juliet, Baz Luhrmann, shot this film with an urban atmosphere which target the teenagers especially. Baz Luhrmann manipulated Shakespeare's greatest romantic story from the Renaissance period background to this modern time period background. The film Romeo and Juliet used actors, costumes, and music to appeal all the teenagers around the world. The film Romeo and Juliet used Leonardo DiCaprio as...
  • Narrative Analysis Of Day For Night
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    By M. Gabriel DAY FOR NIGHT is a film about a movie making team shooting a film called MEET PAMELA. The story is about the film director called Ferrand, the artists and the production crew of "MEET PAMELA" as they embark on this journey to shoot this film and how they achieve their goal in spite of the many conflicts they experience during the shooting. This narrative analysis essay attempts to examine the development of the pivotal character, Ferrand, from the start to the end of DAY FOR NIGHT....
  • Sexy Jazz Served Chicago Style
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    Bob Fosse's sexy cynicism still shines in Chicago, a faithful movie adaptation of the choreographer-director's 1975 Broadway musical. Of course the story, all about merry murderesses and tabloid fame, is set in the Roaring '20 s. Ren " ee Zellweger and Catherine Zeta-Jones are beautifully matched as Jazz Age vixens, and Richard Gere gleefully sheds his customary cool to belt out a showstopper. Whatever qualms musical purists may have about director Rob Marshall's style, the film's sheer exuberan...
  • Tartuffe Critique Pace Of The Dialogue
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    USC'S production of Tartuffe was successful in projecting the main themes of the play. The main themes that I believe the director was trying to show were that hypocrites are very obvious with their immorality and that only fools are duped by these swindlers. The actors effectively exhibited the traits of their particular character. The actors' accurate portrayals of the characters effectively established the themes of the work and also gave the production a very comedic mood. This mood was help...