always around or censored until the early twentieth century. The movie rating system is voluntary and not required for movies to participate in the rating. The system is most recognized as a way for parents to know the content of a film, there are five different rating categories, and the system should stay the same. Before movies were rated many officials were upset that movies could be viewed by everyone and there was no control of content. The movie rating system is used continuously throughout
Globalization and Movies Globalization is the spread of different political, economic and cultural trends to different parts of the world. (Stanford) American media has spread rapidly throughout the world, and at the forefront of the media blitz is film. Movies are an unbelievably important escape for many people across the world. Films can take a viewer to another place or time and since the beginning of society, performances have been a staple of cultural. Films show a perception of reality
Cinema has a lot of advantages if we look at the positive side. It is said to be a reflection of the society only. So, it helps us come face to face with the actuality of what’s happening in our society. It portrays things as they are and helps in opening our eyes to issues we may have well ignored in the past.
Furthermore, it helps in rejuvenating the mind of a person. It surely is beneficial in many ways, however, it is also creating a negative impact on people and society. We need to be able to identify the right from wrong and make decisions accordingly.
Introduction The movie Little Miss Sunshine provides an amusing and honest portrayal of a typical American family. This Caucasian, middle-class family embarks on a disaster filled road trip, to take seven-year-old Olive from their home town Albuquerque, New Mexico to the Little Miss Sunshine beauty…
This chapter supports the idea that there are two schools of thought about narrative strategies in animation. First school believes that each animation, no matter how short, must have a story with a sequence of events taking place over a period of time, informed by…
StudioBinder has had an incredible year on YouTube, churning out dozens of excellent educational content for filmmakers to learn from. While most of their videos are geared more toward production, they do post a good video essay every once in a while. Here they break down how filmmakers establish tone in their films, including using lighting to set the mood and tailoring sets to fit their vision.
Quentin Tarantino is definitely a genre-bending director, and in no film does he make that known more than in Kill Bill: Vol. 1. Elements of martial arts films, including bits taken from kung fu and wuxia films, blaxploitation, as well as spaghetti westerns can be easily recognized in the film, but just how many other genres does Tarantino’s masterpiece contain? This video from Fandor aims to answer that question.