• Ethan Hawke Audience Hamlet Version
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    Modern day directors use a variety of methods to hold ones interest. Ethan Hawke and Kenneth Branagh's created versions of Hamlet that shared some similarities, but ultimately had many differences in respects to an audience's appeal. An appealing movie is one that has an alluring ambiance and an intellectual stimulus. With these two movie versions, a setting and a mood forced an audience to acquire specific emotions, but Ethan Hawke's version generated emotions more strongly and effectively. Als...
  • Medea Discuss The Role Of The Chorus
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    Discuss the importance of the role that the Chorus plays in Euripedes Medea. The Chorus is very much an important part of Euripedes Medea, and indeed many other works written in the ancient Greek style. In this play, it follows the journey Medea makes, and not only narrates, but commentates on what is happening. Euripedes uses the Chorus as a literary device to raise certain issues, and to influence where the sympathies of the audience lie. In the list of characters at the beginning of the play,...
  • Split Personality Audience Marion Hitchcock
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    A Thematic Analysis of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho Alfred Hitchcock+s Psycho has been commended for forming the archetypical basis of all horror films that followed its 1960 release. The mass appeal that Psycho has maintained for over three decades can undoubtedly be attributed to its universality. In Psycho, Hitchcock allows the audience to become a subjective character within the plot to enhance the film+s psychological effects for an audience that is forced to recognise its own neurosis and psy...
  • Plastics Makes The Audience
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    Plastics are a product that is very common in our everday usage. We use plastics everywhere ranging for Tupperware to the cars that we drive. Although most everyone has accepted the fact that plastics make our lives easier and has become essential to us, there are people out there who are perhaps unaware of how important plastics are to our society, or people who just don't approve of plastics because of its environmental harm. An advertisement in a Health Care magazine tries to convince this au...
  • How Does Alfred Hitchcock Manipulate The Audience In Psycho
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    Alfred Joseph Hitchcock is thought to be, by most, the greatest film director of all time. He was born in Leyton stone, London on 13 August 1899. He directed many great films such as The Lodger, The Birds, Sabotage, Notorious, Rear Window, and of course one of his greatest achievements ever, Psycho in 1960. He directed the first British sound film Blackmail. Alfred Hitchcock once said, Audience reaction is more important than the content of the film. Throughout and before the playing of Psycho,...
  • Dangers Of Alcohol Audience Reasoning Speech
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    Anthony Palette Com 103 I wanted to inform the audience about the dangers of alcohol, and how alcohol effects pregnant mothers, the brain, and the liver. I also wanted the audience to know what alcoholism is and what kinds of behaviors can cause alcoholism. I think the audience knows a little bit about alcoholism and the other risks of consuming alcohol, but I think the audience does not take these dangers seriously. They might say that can not happen to me, or you have to drink all of your life...
  • Graphs Chart Audience Information Visual
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    21 April 2002 When utilizing graphic presentations during an oral presentation, you need to ensure that your graph or chart is not too cluttered with too much information. Having too much information on a graph or chart is worse than not having one at all. If the audience is spending more time trying to read all the information that is on your graph / chart , than their focus will not be on you, the speaker, and you may as well just sent them an email. Always make sure that your visual presentat...
  • Our Town An Anti Realistic View
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    Our Town: An Anti-Realistic View In his play, Our Town, the three time Pulitzer Prize winning dramatist, Thornton Wilder, uses techniques somewhat unconventional and anti-realistic compared to the works of other dramatists. Being more like a statement, the play's theme is about enjoying the simple pleasures of life and daily routines. Wilder employs many unconventional or anti-realistic ideas and techniques to further advance the play's universal theme and to incorporate audience participation. ...
  • Movies A Thematic Analysis Of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho
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    Movies: A Thematic Analysis of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho has been commended for forming the archetypical basis of all horror films that followed its 1960 release. The mass appeal that Psycho has maintained for over three decades can undoubtedly be attributed to its universality. In Psycho, Hitchcock allows the audience to become a subjective character within the plot to enhance the film's psychological effects for an audience that is forced to recognise its own neurosis...
  • 6 Ways To Grab Your Audience
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    The purpose of the memo is to summary the article Six Ways to Grab Your Audience Right from the Start and the perceptions that I learned from it. It is vital that the first moments of your presentation grab your audience attention. Not only does a great introduction provide an overview of what will be discussed, but it should also convince the audience that your presentation would be relevant. There are six ways to grab audience attention. Summary of Main Points"X Make it personal Never lose sig...
  • American Idiot Green Day
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    The Song "American Idiot" by Green Day uses techniques to engage the audience to inter operate the issues. Green day through their style of music convey issues such as the medias over powering effect on society, greed and the division of the United States of American over political issues. Green Day's negative stance on the issues through these techniques conveys the audience to agree with the main issues being focused. The media's influence on society is a main issue, which is, portrayed though...
  • Macbeth Tragedy Feelings Of Pity And Fear In The Audience
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    According to the classical view, tragedy should arouse feelings of pity and fear in the audience. Does macbeth do this? Shakespeare's Macbeth is definitely a tragedy in the sense that it arouses feelings of pity and fear in the audience. Macbeth is a weak minded man who, if sees an opportunity for power follows his ambitions and takes it, even if this is not the rightful thing to do. He is easily persuaded and suffers great guilt. Macbeth the character on his own creates the feeling of pity and ...
  • How Does The Surround Sound
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    How does the "surround-sound" technique work? Surround Sound which was introduced by Dolby Laboratories Inc to position sound around the audience so that the effects within movies would make them feel as though they were really there. The use of directional sound from different points in the room according to their depth, sharpness and clarity was the main goal. Starting off from a standard called Dolby Stereo, two separate channels were introduced, both left and right, so that other speakers co...
  • The Merchant Of Venice Hath Not A Jew Mercy
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    The Merchant of Venice: Hath not a Jew Mercy? Kevin Jacoby Many of William Shakespeare's plays have sparked controversy. Probably the one that has sparked the most controversy is The Merchant of Venice, which many intellectuals have dubbed an anti-Semitic play. The character that this discussion centers around is Shylock, the rich moneylender Jew. The problem with most of these anti-Semitic arguments is that they lack the perspective of the sixteenth century audience. Throughout Shakespeare's T...
  • Staging In Six Characters In Search Of An Author
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    Staging in "Six Characters in Search of an Author" Pirandello's masterpiece, "Six Characters in Search of an Author" is well known for its innovative techniques of characterization, especially in the fullness of character as exhibited by the Stepdaughter and the Father, but it is especially renowned, and rightfully so, for the brilliant staging techniques employed by its author. Pirandello uses his innovative staging techniques specifically to symbolize, within the confines of the theater, the b...
  • Hamlet S Soliloquies Audience Life Soliloquy
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    The soliloquies spoken by Hamlet were directed to the audience, rather than seeming like conversations with himself. In the first soliloquy, Hamlet talks about how aggravated at life he is and that if it weren t for God s laws he would commit suicide. He is not really morning his fathers death in this soliloquy but more his disgust for his mother for marring his uncle especially a few months after his father s death. He then goes on to explain he must remain silent. He is explaining to the audie...
  • A Look At The Creative Work Paper Wheat
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    Not all plays are character-driven, in fact a great many are not. So if the characters are not what keep the audience intrigued, well then what does There are many possible answers to this question. Paper Wheat uses the history of a group of people, a specific message commenting on a time period, spectacle elements such as song and dance, and the genre of comedy to keep its audience both engaged and entertained. There are many elements to a play that can engage the minds of an audience. Paper Wh...
  • How To Arrange Flowers
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    Demonstration Speech Weddings, birthday, anniversaries, get well gifts. We have all used flowers in some kind of occasion in our lives. Today, I am here to show how to assemble flowers into a beautiful arrangement. I took a floris try class in high school and have arranged flowers for many occasions since then. In this demonstration, I will show you a simple technique to arrange almost any flower that will add the perfect finishing touch to any occasion. I. You must cut and clean your flowers p...
  • Representation Of The Character Film Audience Characters
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    For my practical project I will aim to produce a short film following the codes and conventions of the crime genre, the film will be around 5-10 minutes long. The audience I will aim my film at will be males in the 15-30 year old age bracket, I have chosen this age range because I feel as the producer of the film I am aware what elements of a film, the audience will enjoy and how to target elements of the film towards this audience. I would like to give the audience of the film, the feeling that...
  • German Inflation Treaty Of Versailles
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    The document is about German Inflation and the economic crises in Germany after World War I. The document focuses on the financial problems faced by Germanic people. It also focuses on the hardships of the people caused by Inflation. The document has real life examples and interviews of the people living in that area during that time. The author of the document is Ernest Hemingway, a renowned American author. The author wants to portray the conditions of the people after the war. The author's v...