STDs On TV
With the number of people affected by STDs rising each year, it is no surprise that a topic so relevant to today’s society should have begun to appear on television, and particularly in the most popular soaps and sitcoms. No doubt these soap opera characters have often wished that there had been an STD test written into their script, rather than just the negative results.Filming on a Soundstage Vs On Location
Shooting on a soundstage can be very expensive depending on the city, the length of the project and even the time of year. Some studios charge as much as $1,000 per day for the use of their facilities, especially in high demand areas such as Hollywood. There is also the additional cost of building all the sets from scratch. Everything from the furniture to the lighting to the scenic backdrops must be created and installed.The Best Foreign Films of the Last Ten Years
Some of the best films ever made come from non-Western countries. If you are a cinema lover, you need to see these films!500 Days of Summer – If Only Break Ups Are This Romantic
To sum up 500 Days of Summer in a sentence, “it’s like the Break Up crossed with Momento.” It’s a story about a boy meets a girl, falls completely in love with her, get frustrated about the relationship, does his best to move on.Paranormal State
Paranormal State is a television show on A&E. The show is centered around The Penn State Paranormal Research Society, also known as PRS. Led by Ryan Buell, we as viewers follow the team on their quest to help desperate households through paranormal investigations.The Shower Scene in the Movie Psycho
Psycho is a cinema classic, and contains one of the most famous moments in cinema history. The “shower scene”, as Janet Leigh’s character is killed by what appears to be Norman Bates’ mother, is often quoted as one of the highlights of film history. This article discusses possible reasons for this fame.The Films of Alfred Hitchcock
Psycho is a cinema classic, and contains one of the most famous moments in cinema history. The “shower scene”, as Janet Leigh’s character is killed by what appears to be Norman Bates’ mother, is often quoted as one of the highlights of film history. This article discusses possible reasons for this fame.Advantages of Free to Air Receivers
Although at an early stage of television some should bear the cost of upgrades, eventually broadcasting programs using digital technology and free to air (FTA) is less expensive because, among other things, it allows more efficient use of power emission transmitters. However, the reception of digital television will involve costs for the citizens, as is the purchase of a decoder or an integrated TV. Ability to provide interactive services Interactivity refers to the user’s ability to influence the programs that will receive or the services to which you are accessing.How Does Stock Footage Contribute to the Film Industry?
Stock footage, otherwise known as archive footage, is used for many different purposes. A lot of film is shot in the making of a movie or shot but it’s not all included in what the audience sees. Sometimes a lot is cut, or sometimes actors need many takes to get the scene right. There are mistakes and long shots for the background. Rather than throw this all away, studios tend to save it all for years. The property rights on this film can differ depending on companies, contracts, and content.Star Wars Holiday Special – It Really Happened!
The Star Wars Holiday Special was long thought to be just a myth. But thanks to the magic of the internet, this 1978 Prime time train wreck can now be viewed by Star Wars fans all over the galaxy, no matter what George Lucas says about it.How to Get an Agent
The key to being represented as an artist is for an agent to be convinced that he or she can sell you. Most agency rejection comes, not because of a lack of talent, but because an agent cannot clearly see how to sell the artist. This is the central hurdle artists need to overcome.Pushing the Boundaries of Good Taste – Are Audiences Addicted to Sex and God-Killing?
Are readers and movie goers on a quest for thrills? Do we really want to read about anti-religion or just want stimulation? Reading is an addiction like television, movies, drugs?