The pioneer……………………...………………………..3 4. Disneyland………...………………………………………4 Conclusion……………………………………………………4 References……………………………………………………….6 1. Introduction Walter Elias " Walt" Disney was known as one of the most famous and influenced motion picture producers in the world ( Richards n.d.). Born on December 5, 1901 , Disney never expected that one day he would became a
Unfortunately this venture was not successful. Berry then got a job at Lincoln-Mercury plant. His love and passion for music had not ended and somehow through family connections, he got to know Al Green who was the owner of the Flame Show Bar talent club. There he met the singer Jackie Wilson who recorded Berry’s song ‘Reet Petite’ in 1957. It became a modest hit in the U.S however topped the music charts in the U.K. More songs followed which included ‘Lonely Teardrops’ that also topped the charts and ‘All I Could Do Was Cry’.
The Japanese are known for their animated features that are geared towards children as well as adults. Hayao Miyazaki is one of the most famous Japanese film directors and animators in all of Japanese history. His animated films are viewed by not only people in Japan, but by people all over the world. His films are incredibly well made and unique from those of western influence. He can take a similar story line and incorporate the Eastern culture to create a completely different film.
Fellini's Autobiographical Approach to Reality in His Trilogy Films Federico Fellini’s first films were a clear response and reflection to his society and culture at the period of his film productions. Fellini developed his debut neo-realist trilogy films based on the uses of his personal experiences and memories from his reality. Federico Fellini was Born in Rimini, Italy on January 20, 1920. Fellini moved to Florence at the age of seventeen and at this period Fellini already demonstrated his special talents in arts, especially in drawing. In Florence, he worked as a street artist until he was offered a position in a vaudeville show.
The Birth of a Nation used many revolutionary techniques such as “the close-up”, “wide angle establishing shots” & “medium shots” as well as “cross-cutting” or “parallel editing”. It was the most profitable film for over two decades, until Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). By this time the Hollywood studio system was firmly in place. There were five big
“Mary Poppins is a film rich in detail, but its universal appeal is due to the fact that it blends so many elements together.”3 This movie “became an instant, blockbuster hit, with thirteen Academy Award nominations.”4 Such awards were Best Actress Oscar, Best Film Editing Oscar, Best Music Scoring Oscar, Best Song Oscar, and Best Special Visual Effects Oscar. This movie is now over fifty years old and many agree that the history of cinema would not be the same without it. Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins is still a masterpiece today due to the extraordinary hard work of Walt Disney, the wonderful storyline implemented with the use of live action with interludes of animation, and the impeccable acting skills of Julie Andrews. As a young boy, Walt Disney absolutely adored drawing and did so, practically every chance he could. “Walt’s drawings sometimes got him in trouble in school, he would rather doodle than complete his school work.
Animation has its roots in traditional art. Its evolution over the years has been facilitated by not only artists but also visionaries and technically skilled experts. Presented below are the noteworthy pioneers and their creations that helped animation reach unprecedented heights as we see today. It was in 1895, three years after Emile Reynaud, inventor of the praxinoscope, an animation system using loops of 12 pictures, showed the first animated film in Theatre Optique system, devised by him, that two French brothers, Auguste and Louis Lumiere, presented the first authentic demonstration of what we now think of as cinema. Lumiere Brothers' characters which were images of real people became a better alternative to the Emile Reynaud's presentations of moving drawings.
My favourite actor My favorite actor is one of the most talented men in show business, Johnny Depp. He has made some of the greatest movies of all time. He is a great actor, director and humanitarian. The first time I saw Johnny Depp acting in a movie I truly knew that I’ll love all his movies and he will be my favourite actor. I was right, after that I saw all his movies and I was interested to read about his entire life.
RSM392 Case Write-up #2 Key Success Factors for Disney during the Walt Disney Era For over 90 years, The Walt Disney Company has maintained a comfortable and lasting position in the marketplace due to a strong commitment to its core values. Walt Disney moved to Hollywood in 1923 where he founded a small studio with his brother, which eventually grew and became the most successful and well-known entertainment company in the world. Below are the key factors which account for Disney’s success during the Walt Disney era. Creativity & Innovation Mickey Mouse was Disney’s first hit, an animated character with synchronize sound—something that had never been attempted in cartoon before. In order to solve its liquidity problem, Disney licensed Mickey Mouse for the cover of a pencil tablet—the first of many such licensing agreements.
Running Head: The Dramatistic Pentad The Dramatistic Pentad Charlie Chaplin was considered by many to be one of the best comedian actors of the silent film era of movies. Chaplin was featured in many films, the majority of them silent and comedies. Though he was known for his work in silent films, the first film that Chaplin did was very successful. The film The Great Dictator is in genre a comedy, the last part of film introduces a speech by Charlie Chaplin that has been labeled on of the greatest speeches of all time by many. This speech is a great speech to analyze using the dramatistic pentab, a tool used for analyzing persuasive speeches.