Compares the book “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott to the 1933 and 1994 film versions of the novel.
A look at the themes of failure in conventional married life and failure in wooing women in the films, “The Tramp” and “One Week”.
An analysis of the femininity within the feminist portrayal of Maria Novaro’s movie, Danzon.
This paper discusses the presentation of rock and roll on film, from the 1956 dramatic film “Don’t Knock the Rock through later documentaries like Woodstock, D.O.A. and The Decline of Western Civilization.
This paper discusses Alfred Hitchcock’s use of the theme of transference of guilt in several films especially the 1943 film Shadow of a Doubt.
This paper traces a number of influences on Alfred Hitchcock’s style in Sabotage and argues that the movie contains elements from German Expressionism, Soviet Expressive Realism and classical Hollywood style.
This paper describes Alfred Hitchcock’s cinematography style as combining the montage of Pudovikin and the fluid camera of Murnau.
This paper examines the Rock and Roll film genre and the correlation between movie outlaws and Rock and Roll music by looking at films: “The Wild One,” “Rock around the Clock,” “Shake, Rattle and Roll” and “Hot Rod Gang.”
This paper discusses Francis Ford Coppola’s epic film of the Vietnam War Apocalypse Now: Plot, characterization, structure, themes, costs, setting, innovations and test marketing.
An analysis of David Lynch’s film, Blue Velvet.