A producer seeks to fulfill the viewers of its generation and society so he would modernize aspects of The Catcher in the Rye to be sure to make a successful film The time period of the book would still be used in the film, as done before in movies such as The Great Gatsby, to create and maintain the theme or plot setting for the movie. Clothes, slang, cars, places, walking street, subway etc The issues or actions in The Catcher in the Rye are still problems in today’s society, such as smoking, under aged drinking, education conflict, and the classic boy-girl complications that may be a question we never know. With the similarities between the 21st century and Holden’s life in the early 50s, a producer has the ability to bring to date issues such as smoking cigarettes by possibly changing the tobacco to a more relatable drug in today’s day in age such as marijuana. The producer’s creation may also consist of more sex appeal in the clothing of women
The use of audio codes and montage affects aid this technique as they can create suspense and juxtaposition of certain objects or people. Mise en Scene was used well in Donnie Darko directed by Richard Kelly, in the scene where Donnie and Gretchen go to the celladoor. The music in this scene creates a lot of suspense and makes us feel as if something is going to happen. The use of montage created suspense as Gretchen and Donnie kept on looking at each other, looking curious. This technique is used by many directors of art films as it is makes the audience more engaged in the film and makes them feel like their apart of the film.
This segment can be more closely defined as pre-teen, teenagers and young adults who tend to be concerned about their physical appearance. Proactiv’s strategy is for their product to have national and international reach, so their customers come from all over the US and abroad. People who might purchase Proactiv will rely heavily on testimonial information before making their purchase and require a high amount of information prior to making a purchase. Part of Proactiv’s marketing strategy is to reach their target through celebrity spokespeople such as Katy Perry, Julian Hough, Jessica Simpson and other young Hollywood starlets; they serve as product endorsers and ‘satisfied customers’. The product is marketed as one-of-a-kind, claiming to stop acne breakouts before they occur; Proactiv promises you’re your acne will disappear.
Topic A (Last names beginning with A through M) Think of how CGI, animation, and other advances in digital technology have changed the ways in which stories are told on film. Choose a film and discuss the importance of these advancements to its success as a mode of storytelling. How might it have been told differently, for better or worse, without these technological advancements? Topic B (Last names beginning with N through Z) Consider how the Internet has changed the way we access, evaluate, and discuss films. Choose a film that gained notoriety due to the Internet and discuss how social media and other instant modes of communication have changed the ways in which we approach, appreciate, and consume films.
1. How strong are the competitive forces in the movie rental marketplace? Do a five-forces analysis to support your answer. The movie rental industry is very competitive with a lot of different offerings. The movie into instant-delivery movie rentals has made it so that a lot of companies cannot enter into a lucrative industry without high fixed costs.
Morgan Spurlock- Super size me. During Spurlock’s ‘Super size me’, many different techniques are used throughout to keep the audience interested and are also used to persuade. -Spurlock uses still images at the start of his film, this begins to give the audience an idea on what it’s going to be about, and gives an inside look at what’s going to happen. This is effective because it not only catches the viewer’s attention fast and easy, but manages to give information in an interesting way. -Talking heads are used during the film.
Arundel Partners: The Sequel Project Case Study Executive Summary In April 1992, an innovative idea was proposed that would capitalize on characteristics of the film industry. The proposal came from the fact that producing and distributing motion pictures is a risky business and predicting the success of any film was difficult. The proposed venture was to create an investment group, Arundel Partners, which would purchase the sequel rights associated with films produced by one or many American film studios. Arundel Partners pays to obtain the sequel rights, even before the original movie is in production. Based on profitability of the original film, only a few films will become sequels.
Hollywood big screen vision’s correlations to Violence and Crime For years, movies had been the source of entertainment to us all. Whether it is comedy, romantic, or suspense, it brought a new way to pass our free times. But did it ever occur to anyone, why a director decides to make a certain movie and where did the idea to make a certain movie came from? The answer is usually, we don’t tend to think too deeply into these questions, after all, a movie is just for entertainment, right? Well a lot of directors tend to look around in society to see what may be interesting to watch and what a person can somewhat relate to at the time.
Ellie should begin her campaign for the bees on the most populated community in the world – the social media community. But first she must create a strong and well-filmed movie to elaborate and spread awareness to the masses. We want people to not only watch the ‘advertisement,’ but also produce a reaction strong enough to compel each individual to help support the cause. One of the most effective ways to generate this response is to shape the ad around the shock value of the potential absence of honeybees in our environment. Although Ellie can add her own touch, it is crucial that the film begin with a powerful statement such as “Imagine Life without Fruit”… or whichever basic food group or product that people need for survival would produce the most effect in Bloomington.
Magazine ad Analysis Today, there are very many advertisements we see on television, in news papers, magazines, or even hear on the radio these days. The advertisements we see today are very competitive towards one another; usually competing to get the viewers attention to persuade them to use or even to buy the products that are being advertised; Most of the times the advertisement has to be very interesting and unique to those who see it to seek their attention. The ad would also have to look attractive for people so that they are interested and attracted to use the product. From what we see as the Midori advertisement in Cosmopolitan magazine, the ad evokes a sense of seriousness, beauty, exoticness and persuasion. The ad’s objective is to persuade viewers to taste the product.