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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date The Film Medium Film & Theater studies Even though there is a lot that is done by producers so that the audience is enticed, some films do not reach the climax of this and hence do not meet what the standard Siegfried Kracauer calls the “basic property” of a film. This issue, is one way , or another , makes these films and videos not to meet its objectives. When a film does not meet these properties, the repercussions would be lack of viewers and attention from the audience, something that leads to some industries studiou s closing down . Ba sed on the assumptions that has have ever been made of about each medium havin g its specific nature , which invites some certain kinds of communication while giving little attention to others following its basic properties , the paper intends to give a clear meaning of the it is possible to define clearly the term “basic property” of a film as proc laimed by Siegfried Kracauer . As films invite certain kinds of communication methods while giving little attention to others following its basic properties , both tendencies are acceptable in production. How ever, the developmental trend is superior and to take a stand on which between the two tendencies, realistic and formative tendencies is the best for creating cinematic arts . based on the provided reading . Just as the embryo develops in the womb, there are various components that photographic films have gone through to get to where it is today achieve today’s standard . It is through the combination of instant photography and use of different techniques in the industry that the birth came about happened . Apart from these combinations, other non-photographic elements , such as sound and editing , helped in making the birth lovelier. On the same note, there is a legitimate claim to top priority among these elements that has ever helped to make the industry get this far progress . According to Kracauer 29 , the photography nature survives in that of a film , and
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everything is always made possible based on the qualities it has to the viewers ( 29 ) . The progress has taken a lot of time, but delivers in modern times. Originally, the film intended to b r ing the evolution of photography to an end end the evolution of photography to see things move in the desired direction. The want desire caused the changes to happen in the photographic media industry , and for sure it one of the things that cause most of the changes in life. Before this i d ea could be realized, film industries faced a lot of challenges , some of them being related to poor quality. And In addition, in the late 1950 s , before the innovation of hand cameras, several attempts were made to ensure that subjects in motion are covered (Kracauer 39). This change still did not make the desired quality of talked about by Siegfried Kracauer to be achieved . This , which led to the introduction of impulses which resulted resulting
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