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What is the Difference Between Personification and Anthropomorphism

What is the Difference Between Personification and Anthropomorphism?

What is the Difference Between Personification and Anthropomorphism? As a screenwriter or aspiring filmmaker, you may have faced challenges in creating characters for films and developing them into something that your audience can resonate with. In fact, one of the challenges many screenwriters face is in whether to use anthropomorphism […]

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Choosing Character Archetypes for Film

Choosing Character Archetypes for Film

Choosing Character Archetypes for Film Character archetypes for a film represent underlying symbols or traits that a particular character may possess in relation to his or her life experience and behaviors. We all know some of the most common character archetypes in film, because the patterns make the next steps […]

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What is Anthropomorphism

What is Anthropomorphism?

What is Anthropomorphism? Anthropomorphism is a term that is commonly used in screenwriting and in literature to describe the comparison or attribution of human traits. This includes acts like breathing, human emotions such as happiness, or human intentions such as a plan to perform an action, in relation to a […]

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What is an Antagonist in Film

What is an Antagonist in Film?

What is an Antagonist in Film? For most stories, there is a protagonist and an antagonist that make up the primary characters that are featured throughout the narrative. But what is an antagonist in film and, more importantly, how are antagonists used in screenwriting to develop the overall conflict of […]

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Everything You Need to Know about Asynchronous Sound in Film

Everything You Need to Know about Asynchronous Sound in Film

Everything You Need to Know about Asynchronous Sound in Film Throughout a film, we hear many different sounds and see many different things on the screen that help us to pull in the various elements of a story and feel connected. Visually, the experience is to connect the narration and […]

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How did Cinerama Influence Film

How did Cinerama Influence Film?

How did Cinerama Influence Film? In the mid-1950s, Americans were largely staying home to watch their television sets rather than spending time in the movie theaters. They were impressed with the ability to catch a television show from home and chose largely to stay in on a Friday night rather […]

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Is ADR the Same as Dubbing in Film

Is ADR the Same as Dubbing in Film?

Is ADR the Same as Dubbing in Film? When it comes to filmmaking, the use of sound and sound design can greatly impact the outcome of your finished film projects. If you’re new to filmmaking, you’ve probably heard terms like looping, dubbing, ADR, and other terminology in reference to the […]

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