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  1. 1. Chapter 2 The 24/7 World
  2. 2. Watching a movie is never a waste of time, as long as you know how to watch  Language practice in the areas of:   Listening, speaking, grammar, vocabulary, writing and cultural understanding Film appreciation  Film techniques 
  3. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. One ring to rule them all. May the force be with you. Get out of the water! Get out of the water! Lads do football or boxing or wrestling ... not ballet. My momma always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're going to get. You want to explain the math of this to me? I mean, where's the sense in risking the lives of eight of us to save one guy?
  4. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse. Marry me and I'll never look at another horse. Gentlemen! You can't fight here - this is a War Room! "You don't understand, Osgood. I'm a man." "Well, nobody's perfect“ "Surely you can't be serious." "I am serious. And don't call me Shirley“ Madness doesn't run in my family. It gallops.
  5. 5. This is a fragment of stern wood from the shark fishing vessel ORCA as seen in JAWS.
  6. 6. The tentacled visage of Davy Jones, played by Bill Nighy, wasn't just another computer-generated face. Nighy wore a motion-capture suit during filming of on-deck scenes, and the Industrial Light & Magic crew led by John Knoll integrated motion-capture into the production process. The crewmembers of The Flying Dutchman were created the same way.
  7. 7. Oscar-winning director Ang Lee has been attacked by members of the VFX (visual effects) industry for his failure to recognise their contribution to the success of his film Life of Pi.  "Neither Ang nor his winning cinematographer, Claudio Miranda felt they needed to thank or even mention the VFX artists at the Oscars who made the sky, the ocean, the ship, the island, the meerkats and … the tiger. Ang thanked the crew, the actors, his agent, his lawyer and the entire country of Taiwan right down to the team that built the wave-pool on the soundstage where Pi was shot. But failed to mention 100s of artists who made not only the main character of the tiger, but replaced that pool, making it look like a real ocean for 80% of his movie."
  8. 8.  See What Boardwalk Empire Looks Like With (and Without) Special Effects  http://www.vulture.com/2012/01/boardwalkempire-special-effects.html
  9. 9. Beyond the Blockbuster 1960-1972 Hollywood blockbuster, megabudget films lost billions of dollars 1980—By 1980, large Hollywood studios were earning incredible, almost unimaginable profit...
  10. 10.  Hollywood’s advantages “  Huge American market  English language  Hollywood’s strength’s  Big budgets  Popular, risk-averse topics  Stars  Glamour  Heroes/Heroines  Movies types  Screen writers and Simple Scripts • Number of films with calculated releases • “Keeping Up” and being “with it” media-driven spectacle • Advertising
  11. 11.          The Odyssey The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe The Matrix Star Wars Finding Nemo Spider Man Toy Story II, Toy Story III UP! Harry Potter
  12. 12. The 3-Act Structure Act One: Introduces the problems faced by the hero, ending with the crisis and the promise of major conflict...30 pages Act Two: Consists of an extended struggle between the protagonist and his or her problem, and it ends at a point of even more sever testing for the hero...60 pages Act Three: Shows the protagonist solving the problem...30 pages
  13. 13. A synopsis is a brief summary of the major points Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone compared to Star Wars A New Hope
  14. 14. The Way Hollywood Tells It: Story and Style in Modern Movies •“A film‟s main characters [...] should pursue important goals and face forbidding obstacles. •Conflict should be constant, across the whole film and within each scene.
  15. 15. • Actions should be bound into a tight chain of cause and effect. • Major events should be foreshadowed („planted‟), but not so obviously that the viewer can predict them. •TENSION should rise in the course of the film UNTIL A CLIMAX RESOLVES ALL THE ISSUES.”
  16. 16. Picture nr. 1 Picture Nr. 2
  17. 17. The Social Network is a 2010 American drama film directed by David Fincher and written by Aaron Sorkin. Adapted from Ben Mezrich's 2009 book The Accidental Billionaires, Director – controls everything on the set, is responsible for the artistic aspects of the film
  18. 18.  Indian film industry  Largest in world  Inexpensive melodramas and musicals  Bright colors, beautiful stars  Decidedly escapist  Star crossed lovers, corrupt politicians, etc.  Only ½ made ever screened  10% profitable  Gaining international reputation  Slumdog Millionaire (British) Ylvis in Nigeria
  19. 19.  Nigerian film industry  Second largest in world  Digital video technology  Very inexpensive  Began in 1990s  Relevant stories to tell  300 producers today  Latest technology used  Local roots and problems  But 50% in English Look out Hollywood. Here we come!
  20. 20.  Pioneers  BBC World Service  Voice of America  24/7 commercial reporting  CNN - 1984  BBC -1990  Worldwide channels  ABC News  Sky News  etc.
  21. 21.  Al Jazeera  Established 1996  Al Jazeera English  Alternative to Anglo-American news 2006  130 million households by 2009  But not in America  Arab spring 2011  Breakthrough in USA
  22. 22.  International English news channels today  India, Iran, Japan, Russia, China  International foreign language news channels  CNN Español, CNN TÜRK, BBC Persian, BBC Arabic  Online news websites  Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Yahoo, Google
  23. 23.      East meets West Films are similar to the musicals produced in the 1930’s in Hollywood Colorful communication dance, song and different religions at the same time. For example Hinduism is shown when singers sit in front of their gods and goddesses whilst religious practices are going on. Shows different language groups that is Indian films are shot in a large numbers of languages Tamilsk (Tollywood), Bengali (Collywood) in Calcutta. Learn about other world famous film stars like Sharo Kahn; “(We) Don’t need the world – we are the world)
  24. 24.  Bride and prejudice – The Indian version comedy – of Jane Eyre’s Pride and Prejudice http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fh1pkPU6QBc
  25. 25.  Outsourced – Hollywood film made in India. About outsourcing of call centers.We have purchased a copy for Fvgs. A comedy. There is a worksheet in this document. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LImhTTFu4b8
  26. 26.  My name is Khan – post 9/11, what happened with Muslims in USA? How were they treated by the rest of the America public after 9/11. A very big success in India and the rest of the world. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvrMASi22x4
  27. 27.  Dil Bole Hadipp! (Heart Says Hurray!) – comedy about a young Indian woman who pretends to be a man to join an all-male cricket team. It also has some famous Indian actors. Dancing. Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-qcCmxcGsk

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