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Unformatted text preview: Maryam Oda Eisenstein: Hey Reddy, I’m getting ready to write this article on film and how it relates to communication. Do you have any ideas? Reddy: I do, but I don’t know if they go along with your ideas. Eisenstein: Well how about you just give me some ideas, and I’ll take out the parts that I don’t agree with. Reddy: Well I feel that film works similar to a conduit. As though directors and writers compose these films with a certain outcome of what they want the viewers to feel or get out of it, but in the end, different viewers come out with a different perspective of what the concept of the movie was about in the first place. I think film closely relates to my Toolmakers paradigm, story B. The director comes up with a concept for a film, in a perspective that resonates with him as an individual. He then puts those ideas into film form, so that others may be able to learn from his ideas and put them to use. The viewer’s then view the film and attribute the ideas in the film to a ideas and put them to use....
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course CMCL-C 401 taught by Professor Simons during the Fall '10 term at Indiana.
- Fall '10