Network of People in the Film Industry
– … In this phase, the producer continues to play a significant role by monitoring the budget available. As a result, the producer interacts with every senior personnel to facilitate the sustainable development of the project, which always limits options available for personnel of different phases in achieving their ideals, typical examples are the selection of casts and filming locations. Another dominant character is the director. Since parties of different talents may have contradictory aspirations, the coordination of the team and resolution of conflicts are of utmost importance….
Hayao Miyazaki and Animated Film
– … The company manufactured parts for warplanes that were used during World War II. Miyazaki had three brothers which also worked for Miyazaki Airplanes. Miyzaki’s mother, Dola suffered from spinal tuberculosis for about nine years, which of course caused a distant relationship and led to his mother being admitted into the hospital for long periods of time. Something that has always upset Miyazaki was that his family profited from Japan’s efforts in the War, his intense dislike for violence and militarism have been displayed in a few of his films as well….
The First Stage of Prenatal Development
– While many people must realize the reasons why it is important to be sure a child in the womb develops safely as well as correctly, it is not as well known why it is important from a psychological standpoint. Throughout the Germinal Stage, the Embryonic Stage, and the Fetal Stage, a single cell grows into a Zygote, an Embryo, and then a Fetus before it is born. The unborn child must be protected from and must endure certain teratogens, depending on the lifestyle of the mother, in order to be successfully born as a healthy baby….
Sexism in Film
– In society, women are often perceived as the weaker sex, both physically and mentally. In modern times women have leveled the playing field between men and women, and feminism is a highly discussed topic, but for years, women faced discrimination and prejudice both in life and in the workplace, due to their sex. This way of thinking flooded into the world of film. In their works, the authors of each of the various sources address the limitations and liberations of women both on and off the screen in nineteenth century Film and Cinema….
An Empty Stage in the Film, Dogville, by Lars von Trier
– In the film Dogville written and directed by Lars von Trier, there is no outdoor or indoor movie set in the traditional sense that they film on. Instead the director chose to use a large empty stage, set up like a large blueprint of the town of Dogville with each house individually named and outlined. The entirety of the movie is shot on this stage and it is never left once, much like a theatrical play but with no audience. There is also no musical score, and the only sound added to the film are the sound effects made for the actors as that go around town….