Film Journal

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    Journal Entry August 13, 2012 Antonia Honea ECE 101 Instructor: Carrie Phillips August 13, 2012 Journal Entry August 13, 2012 After reflection on the information in section 2.4 of the assigned text I am left with only one conclusion regarding the methods of observation and documentation that I would use to track early childhood development. This choice has been strongly influenced by the Pediatric Therapists that I have been involved with when dealing with the special needs of my youngest

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    (IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Vol. 10, No. 3, March 2012 An Efficient Automatic Attendance System Using Fingerprint Reconstruction Technique Josphineleela.R Dr.M.Ramakrishnan Research scholar Department of Computer Science and Engineering Sathyabamauniversity Chennai,India ilanleela@yahoo.com Professor/HOD-IT Velammal Engineering College Chennai,India ramkrishod@gmail.com Abstract— Biometric time and attendance system is one

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    Journal Entry #1 Cheating is what first comes to mind when I hear the word plagiarism. It basically means taking someone else’s work without giving any credit. This is a common practice not only in school but also anywhere else that involves writing. People plagiarize for varied reasons. They commit plagiarism because they’re too lazy, or some plagiarize because they’re probably suffering from a writer’s block. Colleges are very concerned about students committing plagiarism because they don’t

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    The scholarly literature has shown that Black men academically underperform all groups throughout the educational pipeline (Hood, 1992; Jackson, 2003; Polite, 1994; Watson & Hodges, 1991).  Jameson (1991) explains that film can be a useful vehicle for unveiling harsh realities about the lived experiences of sundry people.  In Boyz N The Hood (1991), John Singleton offers an alarming account of the survived experiences of Black people, particularly Black men, in a poverty-ravaged

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    Choosing a film to watch can be very personal and emotional. When I choose a film I always go with how I am feeling that day, whether I am sad and want to cry, happy and want to laugh, have a lot of energy and want to see an action film it all depends on how I am feeling at the moment. Other than how I am feeling, there are also a lot of different things that make a film enjoyable for me and very unenjoyable. When I go to see a movie I will take a fair amount of time to decide what movie to see

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    Journal of Applied and Natural Science Page 1 of 1 Applied and Natural Science Foundation Its publication: Login Free Registration! Journal of Applied and Natural Science An International Journal | Print ISSN: 0974-9411 | Online ISSN: 2231-5209 *Email Id *Password Submit Guidelines for Authors Title page: The Title page should contain short, specific and informative Title, Authors names and their full addresses, Name of the corresponding author, E-mail id, Phone no., Fax no

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    this techno-social wave, with movies becoming a larger part of our culture than ever before. Amid the high-tech atmosphere of the twenty-first century, it is interesting to note the recent resurgence of the ancient world as the setting for new films. In 2000, Ridley Scott's Gladiator proved that audiences could be as receptive to the ancient world as they had been in the 1950s and 1960s, when now classic movies like Ben Hur (1959) and Spartacus (1960) commanded so much attention. In 2004, Mel

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    INFORMATION (GISI) JOURNAL IMPACT FACTOR (www.jifactor.com) Email: jifactors@gmail.com JOURNAL IMPACT FACTOR (2012) Notes: Journal Impact Factor (JIF) provides a systematic, objective means to critically evaluate the world's leading national and international journals, with quantifiable, statistical information based on citation data available in online and print mode. By compiling paper cited references, JIF helps to measure research influence and impact factor of the journal in category wise.

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    A major change that has occurred in the development of film is the linearity of narrative. The history of film spans over one hundred years ago, with classical narrative emerging in Hollywood around the nineteen thirties. The classical narrative period had a strong emphasis on linearity and coherence, where characters where goal centred and consistent in personality and action. In the nineteen sixties a change began to emerge in Hollywood, with Breathless (Jean-Luc Godard, 1960) breaking the editing

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    dynamics of accounting change: inter-play between new practices, routines, institutions, power and politics’, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 13(5): 566-96. Carmona, S.; Ezzamel, M. And Gutiérrez, F. (1998) ‘Towards an institutional analysis of accounting change in the Royal Tobacco Factory of Seville’, Accounting Historians Journal, 25(1): 115-47. Carpenter, V. L. and Feroz, E. H. (2001) ‘Institutional theory and accounting rule choice: an analysis of four US state governments’

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    International Journal of Event Management Research Volume 6, Number 1, 2011 www.ijemr.org VOLUNTEER SATISFACTION AND INTENT TO REMAIN: AN ANALYSIS OF CONTRIBUTING FACTORS AMONG PROFESSIONAL GOLF EVENT VOLUNTEERS Gina Pauline Syracuse University ABSTRACT Sport events are increasingly reliant on episodic volunteers for the successful delivery of an event. As there continues to exist a surge in the organization of sporting events coupled with the demand for volunteers, event organizers must

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    Journal of Banking & Finance 34 (2010) 1958–1969 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Journal of Banking & Finance journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/jbf Underpricing of IPOs: Firm-, issue- and country-specific characteristics Peter-Jan Engelen a,*, Marc van Essen b a b Utrecht University, School of Economics, Utrecht, The Netherlands Erasmus University, Rotterdam School of Management, Rotterdam, The Netherlands a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t Using a large

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    In this journal entry I will describe an individual who is an affective decision maker. I will present my observations based on his personality traits and professional conduct. I will cites some examples and then summarize my input. The one person that readily comes to mind as an effective decision maker is one of my instructors, Mr. Randolph. I will share a few examples for my arriving at this conclusion. During the previous instruction quarter, Mr. Randolph was my instructor for IT221, Microsoft

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    century now, film has risen as a medium of choice to present war information. War films has risen as a genre particularly depicting warfare using themes and concepts such as naval, air or land battles. War films also focus on the themes of prisoners of war, covert operations and military training. War films do not always, however, depict battles. Sometimes, war films may choose to focus on the day to day military or civilian life in wartime without necessarily depicting battles. War film may be fictional

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    Film Viewer Opinion Paper Movies are a big part of life. People love movies because they can relate to them. Others like them for mere enjoyment and see them as an escape from reality if only for a few hours. The types of movies out in the world today are numerous. There is everything from horror movies, to romantic comedies, to drama, to documentaries, indie movies, foreign, and so on. Everyone has their taste of movies, and people decide to watch certain movies based on the actors

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    The Beauty of Editing It is very important to understand the idea of some elements when it comes to editing a movie. Acknowledging these basic elements could create a better experience for the viewer. On the short scene from the film Raging Bull, the viewer will find themselves under the presence of a technique called shot- reverse shot (p.148). The idea of this technique is to apply the well-known 180-degree rule by the editor. This technique is often used in scenes that deal with conversations

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    What made this a “good” story? The beginning of the film when the narrator was describing the background of Iran, the people, the Shah and the current leader. This was very informative because it educated me on certain events and how the people of Iran felt about the Shah. What the Shah put everyone who was a citizen of Iran through and how America gave him asylum but he was dying of cancer so they really didn’t feel the need to give him back. The people of Iran wanted him to come back so he

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  • The Film

    and parked his Town Car. Kilbury again pointed to the room, again checked his watch and again told Lomax how much he appreciated his services. Lomax thought of the money. A thousand bucks for two hours’ work. Not bad. He unpacked a camera, loaded the film and gauged the light. Kilbury watched nervously, his eyes darting from the camera to the room across the parking lot. He looked hurt. He talked of his wife and their wonderful years together, and why, oh why was she doing this?    Lomax listened and

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    7) “Write a critical study of a recent Spanish or Latin American film or play that you have seen, and that has made a social or political impact in the country in which you are living. You should bring into your study criticism and reviews, both from the press and, where possible, from academic sources, and…discuss the ways in which the film has been received and analysed, making comparisons with other films where appropriate.” Almodóvar ’s 2001, La piel que habito, received mixed

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    Shifting Sentences. Change the following First, Second and Third Person Point of View to a Formal Academic Writing with a Formal tone. Journal 1(15/1/2013) Oh yea! My dad bought me a new handphone, Sony Xperia SL! He said it was a present for my SPM result, although it was a bit late, it is ok as long as I get a new phone! Lastly, it is equipped with 12-megapixel camera and the pictures captured are extremely clear! Thanks dad for giving me such a nice present! Sample: Smart phone is an essential

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    Running Head: Journal Journal Doane College Cou. 655 Social and Cultural Context and Systems G. Allen Thomas Florez Daily Journal Week 1 October 19, 2010- Today was the first of the classes; it was primarily a orientation toward the expectations for the course. Gerry Allen is the professor, wish means it will be not only educational, but enlightening as well. I like his approach to counseling, as he explains

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    She-Devil Introduction to Film She-Devil “I’ve worked so hard for! You’re bad mother, a lousy wife, a terrible cook! In fact, have you looked in a *mirror* recently?! I don’t even know you’re a woman. You know what you are? You’re a She-Devil!” I’m sure there many women how have seen She-Devil starring Rosanne Barr as Ruth Patchett, Ed Begley Jr. as Bob Pactchett and Meryl Streep as Mary Fisher said, “That couldn’t have been me.” The screenplay for the 1989 movie was written by Susan Seidelman

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    Scream 2 Elements of Design Scream 2 Elements of Design I chose the movie clip from the film Scream 2. In this clip there is a movie preview of the movie Stab which is based on the book written by the reporter Gail Weathers from Scream 1. The setting is dark and rowdy with people running around joking. Some movie goers are dressed in the slasher attire complete with the mask and carrying plastic knives. They all seem to be horsing around, running, throwing popcorn, and emulating the

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    Director Nick Cassavett has created yet another tearjerker with his drama, My Sisters keeper. This movie is based on the novel, “My sisters keeper” by Jodi Picoult. The film stars, Cameron Diaz (Sara) and Jason Patric (Brian), they are the parents of Kate who is suffering from leukemia. She was diagnosed with cancer when she was four years old and since then her mom has devoted her life to saving Kate. The parents receive a recommendation from a doctor to have another child, solely on the purpose

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  • Journal of Popular Film and Television 30.1 (Spring 2002) 63-68

    Greg M. Smith Journal of Popular Film and Television 30.1 (Spring 2002) 63-68 In the 1960's American art museums faced another of their cyclical crises of relevance, causing them to reevaluate their role in American society. The dominant paradigm in most traditional art museums was the display of Great Works, aesthetic objects existing outside of time and space for the museumgoer's pure contemplation. Since such works were universal in their artistic appeal, they were

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    genre Children’s work and then the sub-genre Animation. With it being an animated film it was based around voice overs for the different characters involved. The character list as follows: It was stated that “Information in the MPAA/PCA Collection at the AMPAS Library indicates that producer Walt Disney had registered the title Cinderella with the MPPA by 1930, and a modern "making of" documentary about the film, which accompanied its 1995 video release, notes that Disney, who had previously made

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    A Time for Film Noir Scarlet Street Marina Workman University of Maryland University College Film Noir is the French term “black film” used to describe an era of movies filmed in the 1940’s and 1950’s. Films that are considered to fall under the film noir category touched on themes that were not yet acceptable in society. These types of films were centered on crime, drama, deceit, and sex. The films were the first of their kind to cross the line pass conservative films. Many people debate

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    Running Head: Genre and Genre Films 1 Romantic Comedy- Knocked Up Brandi Wheat ENG 225 Introduction to Film Prof. Sarah Snook July 31, 2014 Running Head: Genre and Genre Films 2 Romantic Comedy- Knocked Up The study of genre in this way examines the structural elements that combine in telling of a story and finds patterned in collection of stories. -(en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genre_studies)

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    Film Analysis Paper James Smith MU14ELC05B Hum/150 STACY DAVIES The film Fruitvale Station is the story of twenty-two year old Oscar Grant III. The films plot is Oscar just wants to be a better person then he was the previous year. He lived in and out of jail. His mother hated to see him in jail because she felt like he was wasting his life and his daughter’s life. Her last visit to the jail him and his mother argued and had their disagreements. That same day a man in jail also picked a fight

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  • Journals

    Journals Student’s Name Institution Journal 1: Part 1 Work in my opinion refers to the legitimate means by which man makes a living. Every individual in life has demands that need fulfillment. Individuals have responsibilities that they have to handle. Work enables individuals to earn a living that in turn enables them to meet these responsibilities. It implies that for any normal human being to live comfortably, one must work. Besides earning a living, work enables to utilize our time

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    The fantasy or animation genre, is a film that contains science-fiction and at times comedy. The fantasy film is pure escapism where its characters live in in an imaginary place. This is what makes them very popular among young children and at times it is its story and plot that makes them popular among adults. There are many types of fantasy movies not only cartoon types, there are also historical dramas, documentaries and even movies that represent issues like economic depression such is the

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    INTRODUCTION The film Rain Man was released in 1988 and won the Best Picture academy award that same year. I chose the film because it represented a wonderful mix of story, filmmaking, acting and comedic timing. It is my assertion that acting was the most powerful element of this film and crucial for the emotional arc required from the lead actor Tom Cruise. STORYTELLING The story of Rain Man is presented in a way that keeps the viewer in the dark as the story develops; delivering surprises

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    Assignment: Journal Journal Entry: The Indian Removal Act We all have heard the historical accounts of Jackson’s President era; from academics and from non-academic sources such as T.V. programming and they have given some attention to the Indian Removal Act of 1830. The Act affected Native Americans living in the United States east of the Mississippi, by forcing them to move west of the Mississippi. (Cave, 2003) Few people are aware that Jackson’s administration had violated the guarantees

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    reviews and roaring box office success, says he chooses a film on the basis of the script and not box office prospects. "PK", which came out Friday, has managed to gross Rs.95.21 crore in three days. When asked if it is true that he chooses films on the basis of box office prospects, Aamir said: "It's a very unfortunate trend because the moment creative people start thinking about numbers, then the shadow of the numbers influences the kind of film they choose and pick." If the team of Aamir, director

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    Janet Wasko (eds.). The Contemporary Hollywood Film Industry. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2008. • Havens, Timothy and Lotz, Amanda D. Understanding Media Industries. Oxford University Press, 2011. • Littlefield, Warren and T.R. Pearson – Top of the Rock: Inside The Rise and Fall of Must See TV; Anchor, February 2013 10. Useful Research Tools: The library maintains a great research guide for Film & Television students: http://guides.library.ucla.edu/film Other online resources: TheWrap.com: www.thewrap

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    Weekly Journal Date: 12/15/14 Day: Monday Time: 3:40 pm I didn’t get anything done on the project this weekend. I hope the other team members fared better than I did. I did look over the project management reference guide. I better understanding of what’s expected for the capstone. The reason I didn’t get much done was because I was getting stuff ready for Christmas. Every time I thought I was finished, I’d get another call saying I need more help. I thought I’d only be busy on Thursday, but

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    popular stereotypes in his movies. In the journal “Hitchcock and Race: Is the wrong man a white man ?”, Jonathan Cavallero analysis the use of race in Hitchcock’s films. Cavallero writes “Implicit in many of these films is the idea that perceptions, including those based in race, can be deceiving. Nonetheless, Hitchcock almost always upholds the dominant culture’s widely held beliefs of racial difference even as he questions them.” (Cavallero, 10). In the film The Man Who Knew Too Much, a woman is very

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    length. Your responses should include examples from the reading assignments. 1. How did the advent of home video technologies change the American film industry? In what ways did the studios—who in 1976 regarded home video as a competitor—exploit these technologies to their advantage? The way home video technologies changed the American film industry was by the invention of the home videocassette recorder in 1976, and Matsushita introduced its Video Home System (VHS) soon after. Sales took

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    American Cinema/Riggin Film Journal #1 The Terminator It's early 21st century, and a nuclear holocaust has killed off most people. Those that remain are subjugated to a war against sophisticated machines. This sets the stage for the classical narrative that will unfold in James Cameron’s The Terminator. This film provides several examples of the classical narrative style, mise-en-scene, exquisite editing that matches on graphics and action as well as use of camera angles to feature the tale

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    set up your paper. V. BIBLIOGRAPHY Author, James. “History of the World”. Journal of Historic Stuff, vol. XII, 1937. Researcher, Earnest. Contributions to the Research about Earth Science. Academic Publishers, 1928. Scientist, Worthy. My Ideas About Earth Science. University Printing Office, 1946. Writer, Mary. “Earth Science and the New Curriculum”. Journal of Society of Scientific Writers, Winter Edition, 1957. www.radiometricdating.com Society for

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    commercially viable enterprise? What kinds of Lumière movies were the most popular? How did the Lumières' activities influence the development of world cinema? 3. What were Edwin S. Porter's significant contributions to the development of early narrative film? In what sense did Porter build upon the innovations of contemporaneous filmmakers, and for what purposes? 4. What is the difference between vertical integration and horizontal integration? 5. What were the factors behind the nickelodeon boom

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    xxxxxxxxxxx class 09/03/2015 Journal #1 He drew a circle that shut me out- Heretic , rebel, a thing to flout. But love and I had the wit to win: We drew a circle and took him in By Edwin Markham Journal #1 Edwin Markham in his poem tells a story of a person who keeps himself closed. The circle in the first line symbolizes a boundary that he creates to shut everybody out and stays to himself not allowing anyone to understand him. At the end of the poem we see that love wins.

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    INTERNATIONAL FILM CONFERENCE 2015 GLOBAL VIEW: Engendering Film Industry Connections 06.27.15 SMX CONVENTION CENTER - MANILA, PHILIPPINES www.ifx.ph T HE INTERNATIONAL FILM CONFERENCE (IFC) provides an opportunity for a group of international and Philippine film industry leaders to share their expertise with film enthusiasts and industry specialists. From the discussion on the newest film technologies to the value and efficiency of co-production, from the rise of national cinema to the significance

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    Film Appreciation Final Exam The film “what dreams may come”(Vincent Ward 1998) can be described as an emotional and dramatic film. This film should be preserved for a variety of reasons. The film is aesthetically significant for its unique special effects and storyline. The reason this is so is because many of the elements produced and the Mise-en-scene of each effect and character is quite stunning. The first aesthetic element shown is the story’s unique storyline, as many twists

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    Women On Screen In China Film, as a unique art form, has come to China nearly centuries. In 1920s, female images just can be seen as the tools in silent movies, which own not only very vague character, but also lack of adequate connotation of the times, not to mention women’s awareness of self-consciousness. However, after the establishment of People's Republic of China, government vigorously promotes that the "men and women are alike". Also with the influence of western feminist movement, the

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  • My Public Journal for Film Class

    Name: ___________________________________Date: ____________________________ Period: _________________ The Boy in the Striped Pajamas As you answer the questions for this novel, cite textual evidence to support your responses. Chapters 1-2 1. Why doesn’t Bruno understand the nature of his father’s job? Nobody ever explains his father’s job; they just say it is important and that the “Fury” has big things in mind for him (5). 2. How does Bruno’s mother feel about leaving the house in Berlin? Bruno’s

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    Nicolas Briones Counseling 2 14th of March 2016 Professor Diana L. Casas Journal 10 1. Title a new page in your journal: MY LIFE PLAN. Below the title, complete the part of your life plan for your role as a student. My Dream: Is to be one of the top brokers of a stock firm by the age of 25. Reason on the age 25 is because due to my lack of participation in college my second semester, I had to push all my dates back. My life Role: College Student My Long-Term Goal in this role: My main

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    support and vote for an organizations or industry best interests ethical issues arise from lobbying earmarks: specific spending directives that are slipped into bills astroturf lobbying: phony grassroots pulic affairs campaigns created by PR films create phone banks and computerized mailing lists to drum up support and create the impression tat millions of people are on their side Public Relations adapts to the internet age - companies create media kits that demonstrate PR efforts - can

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    Essay films are arguably the most innovative and popular forms of filmmaking since the 1990s”, Timothy Corrigan claims in his diligent new study, The Essay Film. Corrigan may have an agenda to press, and a thesis to justify, but the recent critical and commercial success of the genre is hard to ignore. A cinematic wave that arguably has its contemporary roots in the late 1980s, when American filmmakers such as Michael Moore and Errol Morris rose to public prominence, reached an apotheosis with Moore’s

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  • Film

    INTRODUCTION A film or movie is a series of still or moving image. It is produced by recording Photographic images with cameras and now-a-days it is produced by creating images using visual effects or animation techniques. Film is considered to be an important art form ,a popular source of entertainment and a powerful method of education .Film is also considered to be a way of communication . By using dubbing or subtitle that translate the dialogue into the language of the viewer

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