澳洲论文代写:电影节

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澳洲论文代写:电影节

正是电影节允许来自不同国家的各种各样的电影,用不同的语言制作,处理不同的主题,在同一个平台上,在不同的观众面前在同一个平台上表达自己。电影节体现价值的一种通用语言,语言的差异是超越和人类语言的优先–因为情感是语言本身的感觉,表情,人的价值,人的长处和短处,不需要语言(Denzin,2007)。
电影节中的情绪、表情和想法在其他电影模式中几乎看不到。只有在一个电影节里,人们才能感受到从少年到成年的男孩和妹妹的旅程中的磨难和磨难,抓住了理查德林克莱特导演的《少年时代》中主人公的到来。这也许是电影节鼓励导演,探索最深的像Abdellatif Kechiche的人探讨的波峰和波谷在一个年轻的女人懂得发现她渴望的生活,发现她的女人,失去自己,发现自己又在“蓝色是最温暖的颜色。也许这是一个电影节,可以在一个失恋的家庭主妇谁寻求情感慰藉在老年人与她通信通过放在饭盒在繁忙的孟买郊区的信件的故事,捕捉生活的细微需求的独特能力。
也许是电影节,鼓励电影制作者大胆地谈论他们的主体力量,而不必考虑在剧院这让电影制作者探讨问题主体的财报来看他们的思想,痛苦和附生于“生于妓院的妓女们被污名。正是电影节帮助电影制片人讲述了社会歧视的多重层面,展示了美女的动人故事——一个私生子,其社会地位妨碍了幸福和繁荣的生活(银行,1998)。

澳洲论文代写:电影节

It is the film festivals that allow a wide range of films from different nations, made in different languages and dealing with different subjects to come on the same platform and express themselves in the same platform before a wide range of audience. Film festivals embody the value of a universal language where linguistic differences are transcended and the ‘human’ language is prioritized – since emotions is a language in itself, feeling, expressions, human values, human strengths and weaknesses don’t need a language (Denzin, 2007).
The gamut of emotions, expressions and ideas presented in a film festival is hardly visible in other modes of cinema. Its only in a film festival where one can feel the trials and tribulations in the journey from teenage to adulthood of a boy and his sister, capturing the coming-of-age of its protagonist in the ‘Boyhood’ directed by Richard Linklater. It perhaps the film festivals that encourages directors and film-makers to explore the deepest subjects like Abdellatif Kechiche who explores the crests and troughs in the life of a young woman who understands to discover her desires, identify the woman in her, losing herself and finding herself again in ‘Blue Is the Warmest Colour’. Or perhaps it’s the unique ability of a film festival that can aptly capture the subtle needs of life in the tale of a lovelorn housewife who seeks emotional solace in an elderly stranger with whom she communicates through letters placed in lunchboxes in the busy suburbs of Mumbai.
Perhaps it’s the strength of the film festivals that encourages film-makers to fearlessly speak about their subjects, their thoughts and view without having to think about the earnings in theatres which has allowed film-makers to explore subjects like the troubles, pain and stigma attached to children born to prostitutes captured in ‘Born in Brothels’. It’s the film festivals that have helped film-makers speak about the multiple layers of social discrimination, exhibited in the heart-touching tale of Belle, an illegitimate mixed race daughter whose social standing comes in the way of a happy and prosperous life (Banks, 1998).