Themes Changed the World – How Video Games and Novelty Novelties Inspired the Perfect Movie
A movie, also known as a motion picture, drama, comedy, is an artistic work of visual entertainment that employs moving pictures to convey ideas, themes, messages, emotions, beauty, or setting. Movies are made for both entertainment and social influence. Movie stars like Marlon Brando and Gene Wilder are an obvious example of how images can affect our lives. Even the creation of a movie by the artists John Butler and Walt Disney used images from real life to create a memorable and inspiring film.
When movies were first created they were usually intended for a single audience. The producer would make a film that appealed to a broad range of potential audiences for a low budget. As time progressed producers started to rely on more sophisticated ways of attracting an audience. In this period the term “production” became associated with social change, making movies that promoted social change in some way.
By this time, with budgets getting bigger and more ambitious, a producer may be producing a feature-length drama, animated feature, musical or even a documentary. While a single person production may have a clear theme, most movies have a central character who usually acts out a storyline to tell a story. The central character will typically be an anti-hero, a person whose behavior is challenged by forces outside of their control, such as other characters, the audience, and/or other filmmakers. There are many people involved in the process of filmmaking; here are some of the people involved.
* Co-Producer – A co-producer is someone who takes credit for the creation of a movie. Usually they are writing the majority of the script, but they may also provide visual effects, sound design, stunts, or marketing. Often they will also handle the relationship between the director and the actors. For instance, one person may be the primary director and provide the screenplay and the visual effects, while another handles the relationship between the actors and the director. Co-producing is very common in television shows, but it is also becoming more common in movies.
* Producers – This person is responsible for ensuring the vision of the director is brought to life on the big screen. They make sure the screenplay is captivating, the visual effects are realistic, and the actors are able to act out their roles. While they do not create the entire movie, they are instrumental in seeing the movie come to life. The producer often writes the books and outlines the plot.
* Director – While the producer is an essential part of a movie, they are rarely the sole voice behind the project. In a movie about young adults changing the world, you would typically have a teenager directing, writing, and starring in the movie. As technology advances, the roles that these directors play in creating their films also increase. The future of movie-making relies on themes being woven into plots to give us a modern take on classic themes.