• Efficacy Of Flu Shots
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    Issue Proposal on the Efficacy of Flu Shots In recent years encouragement to get flu shots has become a yearly mantra. Elderly, children six months to two years, health care workers and immune-deficient people are urged in the strongest terms to go to their doctors or clinics and get a flu shot. This group encompasses about 98 million people. In the fall of 2004 this was in the forefront of American and to some extent the Western World media with the shortage of this flu seasons vaccine. Current...
  • Jfk Assassination Harvey Oswald
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    FCA: Matt Motta Organization- /304/3/00 Support- /40 Block H Documentation- /30 JFK Assassination John F Kennedy was shot down unlawfully in his prime. That is a pin that has been in the nations back since it happened back on November 22, 1963. A theory that has lead the race of who killed JFK was the Lone Gunman theory of Lee Harvey Oswald. Since this theory has been so inconclusive, other theories have appeared and are catching up to Lee Harvey Oswald. Some of these theories are just ridiculou...
  • Robert Altman Short Cuts
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    CLOSE ANALYSIS OF SHORT CUTS By Valerie Dominguez The purpose of the initial scene, while the credits are still rolling, is to introduce us to the abundance of characters, situations and interpersonal relations that take place in an urban setting and to see life beyond the control that its characters have upon it. It observes the inevitable and unpredictable changes in relationships, their evolution and the interactions between the different couples that sometimes enrich but mostly threaten thei...
  • Buffalo 66 Home Video
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    Buffalo '66, a movie directed and written by Vincent Gallo starts with a baby picture of Billie Brown (played by Vincent Gallo himself), and then goes into shots of Billie getting out of prison. Billie the fresh free man is looking for a bathroom but has no luck in finding one. The shots used in the scenes where he's on the search for a bathroom are some handy shots (a bit shaky), they cut in the middle and they are also shot from above this is, in my opinion to emphasize on the situation Billie...
  • 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...
  • Blue Velvet Scene Analysis
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    The opening scene in David Lynch's Blue Velvet portrays the theme of the entire film. During this sequence he uses a pattern of showing the audience pleasant images, and then disturbing images to contrast the two. The first shot of the roses over the picket fence and the title track "Blue Velvet" establishes the setting (Lumberton) as a typical suburban town. The camera starts on a bright blue sky with birds chirping and flying by and then tilts down to bright red roses over a bright white fence...
  • Bladerunner 2 Tyrell's Office
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    The movie Bladerunner, directed by Ridley Scott, deals with the issues of technology, humanity and identity. What it is to be human, the thin line between humans and Replicants and the advancement of technology are all ideas raised in the movie. In this segment, these issues are highlighted by the filmaker's use of lighting, sound and camera shots. In the shots of the exterior of the Tyrell building and Deckard flying towards it, the music gradually grows louder till it swells and becomes dynami...
  • Godfather Long Shot
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    Mario Puzo's 'The Godfather' was the first and most influential gangster movie that paved the way for gangster movies of the future. The movie was directed by Frances Ford Copolla, who made many different ingenious ways to portray this gangster classic. The movie was a very subversive movie, and one of the first of all time. The Godfather has a many different uses of light settings through the whole movie, in which the movie can be interpreted on. The lighting in 'The Godfather,' is very dim and...
  • Helmi Flick Show Photographer
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    Helmi Flick lives in Bedford, Texas with her husband, Ken, a freelance writer who also does the lighting and cat wrangling for her, plus her 4 cats. Having spent 30 years of her working life in administrative office positions in computers, medicine and law, Flick came to her new career by the route most people only dream of: by turning something she loved to do into a new profession. After years of photographing her own cats and those of friends as a hobby, Helmi was encouraged by her husband Ke...
  • Jump Shot Ball One Shots
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    Basketball is one of the most watched and played sport across the nation. The offense in basketball includes lay-ups, dunks, free throws, and jump shots. The jump shot is one of the most common shot. With the jump shot one doesn't have to be stationary and open. He or she can score on the move, and in traffic, by jumping and extending the shot over the defender. Gripping the ball and proper footwork are important for one to succeed with the jump shot. When receiving the ball, catch the ball in ...
  • Skateboarding Photography Shots Fisheye Shot By Ryan Gee Telephoto
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    Over the last twenty years the world of skateboarding has changed greatly because of the exposure it has had through media. The originators of this media were skate magazines that highlighted many photographers and their talents. The photographs from twenty years ago were using nothing but a cheap old 35 mm and came up with some incredible artistic shots. But those old cameras have been replaced by today's photographers with the top of line cameras and lenses. The top two magazines in the skateb...
  • Jfk Assassination Witnesses In The Motorcade
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    Motorcade Witnesses On November 22, 1963 John F. Kennedy, 35 th President of the United States, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. President Kennedy rode in the back of an open top limousine through the downtown area of Dallas. Thousands of people lined the designated route of the planned motorcade, hoping to catch a glimpse of their President. As the motorcade slowed to its end, traveling through Dealy Plaza, shots resonated through the city, and through the hearts of the American public, ultim...
  • Golf Club Distance Golfer Shaft
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    A revolutionary breakthrough in golf club technology." These claims are often made when a new golf club hits the market. Golf companies, through new technology can make the clubface harder which results in longer shots. Although the clubface is an important part of the golf club, the shaft is equally important. New clubs have lightweight, graphite shafts, which lower the center of gravity therefore making the clubhead speed faster at impact. Again, the outcome is a longer golf shot. Long shots ...
  • Do The Right Thing Paper On Sound And Editing
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    People watch movies for their entertainment and satisfaction. Well, it takes a lot of work behind the camera to satisfy the viewers. Most of the work is noticeable on screen by the viewers. There is a lot of work that's not perceived on screen but plays a major part in a successful film. Some of these works include the setting, camera angles, mise-en scene, editing, sound, etc. Although the audience on screen can't see Editing and Sound, yet these two components are very critical to each scene ...
  • Eisenstein Workers Act People
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    Sergi Eisenstein 11898-19480 was a Russian film aker well now for political persausain and fine art. Eisenstien has made many contributions to modern film. He shaped the soca il and artistic potential of cinema by combing realistic narrative with symbolic imagery. Eisenstein used the technique of montage, the assembling of cinematic shots in rapid successions. He used different angels and views to manipulate human emotion. His geometric compositions are never static. The individual shots are fu...
  • Shots Of Sam Movie Film Kiran
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    Brief 1 Film To produce the opening sequence of a new thriller, including the titles aimed at a 15 to 18-certificate audience (approximately 2-3 minutes duration). The groups had to be no more than four members; therefore my group consisted of myself, Rajbir B isla, Sam Hanover and Kiran Kaur Chee ma. We each had different responsibilities mine and Rajbir's responsibility was to direct the film and do the camera work, Sam's was responsible for the storyboard, acting and the sound and lastly Kira...
  • Highlight The Scene Make Angle Love
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    Pure Love is the main conflict of the movie. Love is when Romeo and Juliet see each other for the first time through the clear water of the fish tank. Clear water symbolizes purity so as they fall in love, they fall in pure love. Another thing that makes there love different to others is that Juliet is dressed as an angel at the party, which also means that she is warm, kind, honest and innocence. Throughout the movie the love scenes are dramatically pointed out to be the major role of it all, s...