• How Do Theories of Gender Inform My Understanding of the Film Titanic?
    Bachelor of Media Arts Word Image Sound Assessment Two – Research Essay How do theories of gender inform my understanding of the film Titanic? Tutor: Joe Citizen Due date: 14 October 2011 Word count: 1229 Michelle Briffault This essay will analyse the film Titanic (1997) in rel
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  • Review of a film: Titanic
    Directed by James Cameron Produced by James Cameron Jon Landau Written by James Cameron Starring Leonardo DiCaprio Kate Winslet Music by James Horner Studio 20th Century Fox[1] Paramount Pictures[1] Release date(s) November 1, 1997(Tokyo International Film Festival)...
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  • Titanic
    <center><a href="http://www.geocities.com/vaksam/">Sam Vaknin's Psychology, Philosophy, Economics and Foreign Affairs Web Sites</a></center> <br> <br>The film "Titanic" is riddled with moral dilemmas. In one of the scenes, the owner of Star Line, the shipping company that owned the now-sinking Unsin
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  • Film Institute Research
    From camera to television a film must pass many stages, capital must be raised to finance all areas, this includes actors fees. Which range from over line costs where only a percentage of final takings are handed over. This is popular with actors such as Ewan McGregor who likes to work on low budget
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  • Titanic
    One of the greatest news headlines of all times was actually never supposed to happen. The shocking news of the sunken ocean liner the Titanic shocked millions. The sinking itself probably wouldn't have even mattered except that the builders themselves said that the ship simply could not sink. Th
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  • Titanic
    "Titanic" redirects here. For other uses, see Titanic (disambiguation). [pic] |[pic] | |RMS Titanic departing Southampton, for the first and only time, on 10 April | |1912.
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  • Titanic
    Persuasive Essay The 1997 film Titanic became the highest grossing film in history and remained so for 12 years, the film generated an international gross of $1, 843, 201, 268 worldwide. Throughout James Cameron’s film career Titanic was his best movie ever made. This is factual because James C
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  • Interpretive Paper: Titanic
    An Interpretation of the film Titanic directed by James Cameron The Titanic ship was grandiose and beautiful ship built in 1912. But as spectacular as the ship was to the naked eye, it also held its own secrets and hidden truths. Analogously, protagonist Rose Bukater was a beautiful young woman w
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  • Was the Sinking of the Titanic Avoidable
    RMS Titanic was a passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City. The sinking of Titanic caused the deaths of 1,517 people in one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in histor
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  • The Titanic
    Marianne Lavery Titanic How big was the Titanic? The Titanic is one of the biggest passenger ships ever built. Construction began in 1909, and the ship sailed on her first and last voyage in 1912. At over 882 feet long the Titanic was almost as long as three football fields! It was 92 feet
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  • Titanic
    American Film Titanic Sherri Griffin ENG: 225 Introduction to Film Instructor: Kemel DeMoville June 10, 2012 INTRODUCTION This film is about 2 people a woman and a man who are from different social backgrounds and they meet under unusual circumstances on the ship called the RMS Titanic, w
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  • Seveal Application of Film Techniques
    Film: To Live, 1994 (China) Scene: (From about 11:00 to 16:00 of the film) Fugui, the young master of a rich family, was in the gambling house and playing gamble with Longer, a business man living on shadow play. Then the shot switches to the cards on the table, then to the shot that Fugui signed h
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  • Titanic
    Are you ready to sail away on the spectacular, romantic and heart breaking voyage? James Cameron takes you away to Belfast to the excitement of the maiden journey of the film Titanic. This film is packed full of emotion and drama and is an American epic romantic disaster. It has it all – love to t
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  • Titanic
    TITANIC Titanic is a 1997 American romance film directed, written, co-produced and co-edited by James Cameron based on the sinking of the RMS Titanic. The flying scene in Titanic is a beautiful and romantic sequence because it invites the audience to empathies with the lovers. These two lovers are
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  • Titanic Evaluation
    Kelly Ross Evaluation Paper 12 February 2013 In the Mood for Some Romance? Are you thinking about watching the film Titanic, but are worried it is just a boring reenactment of the sinking of the Titanic? Let me put your worries to rest by telling you this movie is an invigorating, heart wr
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  • Titanic & the Notebook
    TiHeather Winegardner March 13th, 2013 English 2367.0 Dr. Sonya Fix Formulation of Constructive Relations The two artifacts I chose to write about are the films The Notebook and Titanic. The Notebook is a romantic film directed by Nick Cassavetes and based on the best-selling novel writte
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  • Titanic
    In 1996, famed treasure hunter Brock Lovett searched the wreck of the Titanic, hoping to find the heart of the ocean.  But it wasn’t until he heard the story of the people aboard the ship that he finally got it.  In 1995, film maker James Cameron began searching the wreck of the Titanic, hoping
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  • Titanic Review
    1997: Titanic- The Unsinkable Ship According to the creators of the Titanic, it was an unsinkable ship due to the ship having a double bottom unlike other ships in its time. The Titanic started a new revolution for the manufacturing of new boats for transportation across large bodies of water.
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  • Titanic and Human Nature
    Nature: The Desultory Presence of Fear “The best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely or unhappy is to go outside; somewhere they can be quite alone with the heavens, Nature and God. Because only then does one feel that all is as it should be and God wishes to see people happy, amidst the sim
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  • Titanic
    "TITANIC" A MOVIE REVIEW Presented to Dr. Mariju Galicha Vasquez, Joanna Joy A. English Literature (English 33)/ 402H September 18,2013 " I. OPINION The movie Titanic is very tragic, knowing that it is based o
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