Film production - Kyle King Lesson 2 ENGL 104 Film...

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Kyle King Lesson 2 ENGL 104 Film production utilizes a wide variety of people and projects to arrive at the end product. It is a very long process that many people don’t know about as they only see the resulting film. In the movies Singin’ in the Rain and The Player , some of what goes on behind the scenes is brought out into the open for audiences to see. They both show a little bit of the production world as part of their storyline. Within this paper, I will compare and contrast some of the elements of film production that are portrayed within these two films. The most noticeable comparison that I observed while watching these films was the movie script and the writers. In Singin’ in the Rain the original writer of the production taking place within the movie is never seen. As the industry changes and “talkies” are introduced, the movie studio needs an alteration to the script to incorporate music. The revision of the script in
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGL 104 W taught by Professor Slobodnik during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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