Chapter2 - Chapter three of A Short Guide to Writing About...

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Chapter three of A Short Guide to Writing About Film takes the subject of film writing to another level. The chapter encourages the writer to think about his or her own interests and apply it to viewing films and noting what they are interested in and then applying that to their review. For example, if one is interested in technology, they should note what technologies are used in the making of the film. Tremendous amounts of work go into making a movie and each aspect of a movie can be used for analysis later if the viewer pays close attention to the film. Another thing to consider before watching a movie for review is the economic and commercial aspect of the production. Hollywood movies these days have seemingly endless budgets are limited by what messages they can put across in their movies because they must appeal to the largest possibly audience. Smaller films with accordingly smaller budgets have more freedom in what they can put on film because they usually have a target audience in mind and won’t lose money, wasting time trying to make everyone
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