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About cinema

Towards the end of the nineteenth century, in the era of the second industrial revolution, the growth of transport networks, the expansion of urbanization and strong population growth, the demand for entertainment resulted in a sudden rise. Originally, the expenditure was predominantly used for live entertainment, sports, music and a newly formed amusement called cinematographic entertainment. Motion pictures were initially…

New cinema movement

Cinema has existed as a medium for over a century now. In this relatively short time frame, there have been many different perspectives, methods, movements and ideologies that try to push the human notion of aesthetics, entertainment and artistic representation. This paper seeks to look at the manifesto written by Arun Kaul an Mrinal Sen titled “Manifesto of the new…

Cinema india art

2. Problem Statement Cinema is one of the most important branches of art. Because of its high power in attraction and influence the audiences, the function of cinema considers more than a simple tool just as an entertainment. with growing materialism and consumerism, the social obligation of the cinema has been replaced by the commercialism but many theorists believe that…

Analysis of cinema sector operation

1. Introduction The aim of this report is to provide a complete analysis of cinema sector operations. In order to do that, some core concepts, such as capacity, supply and demand models, constraints and sustainability are going to be considered. Firstly, the management of supply and demand in cinema sector is going to be explored, approaching specific challenges and different…

Cinema

El Hadji’s second spouse, Oumi N’Doye, is more westernized than Awa Adja. Through her, Sembene depicts the further breakdown of conventional traditions and the infringements of western belief system and industrialism. Oumi wears European garments, wigs, cosmetics and dim glasses. She peruses mold magazines and pursues the lives of motion picture stars. She nourishes her sentimental dreams by perusing mash…

Analyse and discuss dystopian themes that emerge in british cinema

Dystopia is a sub-genre that is central to British literary history. It pairs itself with the British cynicism and creates a richly bleak outlook on the future world that British cinema has identified and created some of its most influential films from. It is an unspoken subtext that Britain’s have this pre-existing psychology, but as literary forms have evolved over…

The cinema industry in italy

After a prosperous 2016, Italian films suffered a massive decrease in admissions, which caused Italian cinema attendance to decline from 105 million to 92 million admissions (-13%). Italian films had sold almost 33 million tickets in 2016, boosted by the breakout success of “Quo Vado?”, which had generated almost 9.4 million admissions. In contrast, cumulative admissions to local films almost…

Pakistani cinema: a sixty years study of rise and fall

ABSTRACT Pakistani Cinema is now more than 70 years old since the birth of Pakistan. It is not an established one as it must be. Pakistani film industry is still struggling to get a prominent position in comparison with the neighboring countries. Its history is full of success and failures stories. The industry was not fully recovered from the shocks…

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