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A Critical History of Film Adaptation

Adapting material previously published in another genre is not something that the film industry invented. Classical Greek playwrights adapted myths that had been passed on through an oral tradition; Shakespeare appropriated materials for his plays from various sources. And as soon as the makers of cinema recognized that telling a good story in moving pictures required a “good story,” adaptations of novels, plays, and short stories became commonplace. Shortly thereafter, critics began to analyze…See More
Feb 15, 2016
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Brian McFarlane·Novel to Film: An Introduction to the Theory of Adaptation

Brian McFarlane; Clarendon Press, 1996, OxfordPart I Backgrounds, Issues, and a New AgendaBACKGROUNDS Conrad, Griffith, and 'Seeing'Commentators in the field are fond of quoting Joseph Conrad's famous statement of his novelistic intention: 'My task which I am trying to achieve is, by the powers of the written word, to make you hear, to make you feel-it is, before all, to make to see'.1 This remark of 1897 is echoed, consciously ____________________ 1 Joseph Conrad, Preface to The Nigger of the…See More
Feb 14, 2016
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JOHN DEAN·Adapting History and Literature into Movies (2)

Documentary and Literal AdaptationDocumentary films seek a form of literal adaptation to be historically sound. But the nature of historical truth achieved by documentary is debatable. Documentary is not a verbatim representation. As noted earlier, conventional wisdom defines documentary as “relating to or found in documents: aiming at presentation of reality . . . broadly factual, objective.” Objective? As historian Erik Barnouw maintained, a documentary film director makes endless…See More
Feb 13, 2016
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JOHN DEAN·Adapting History and Literature into Movies (1)

This essay offers an overview of adaptation, an initiation for the educated reader who is not a communications or film specialist. It will reference “The Social and Cultural Construction of Abraham Lincoln in U.S. Movies and on U.S. TV”—but mainly with an eye to the larger issue of cinematographic adaptation itself.EssentialsApples and GiraffesLiterature and film, movies and books, compare like apples and giraffes, said contemporary American writer Dennis Lehane.…See More
Feb 11, 2016
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Effective Storytelling Programmes for Museums

Telling tales A guide to developing effective storytelling programmes for museums Researched and written by Emily Johnsson Edited by Claire Adler We are stories. We make sense of the world through stories. We make meaning out of stories and remember through stories.2 ISBN 1-905911-01-7 London Museums Hub 2006 Cover quote Jane Cockcroft, Handel House Museum Unless…See More
Feb 3, 2016
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The State of SOCIAL MARKETING 2015 Report

A LETTER FROM THE AUTHOR There are now over 7.18 billion people in the world, and we re more in touch than we ever have been. Technology has brought us closer to each other, giving us the ability to share just about anything with just about anyone, any time. The advent of social media has made the world smaller. We Are Social reports that over 2 billion people worldwide use social media, meaning 28% of the global population is interconnected. 2 billion people worldwide are active on social…See More
Feb 2, 2016
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Social Intelligence Guide for Marketing

Your brand Turning social sentiment into opportunity Social Intelligence Guide for Marketing2 Deliver amazing customer experiences. Let me just say, we don t think your brand sux, but in today s social and mobile world you may encounter this type of sentiment at some point during the life of your business. Coming from a global company that just underwent one of the biggest branding overhauls of the century, we know how hard it is to build a brand and to face the critics of your most heartfelt…See More
Jan 29, 2016
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Creating Community through Storytelling

We have witnessed again and again how, through storytelling, students directly experience the power of narrative, creating meaningful connections with each other and with members of the community. T r a c y C o s k i e, H e i d i T r u d e l, a n d R o s e m a r y V o h s Outside it s a crisp November evening, dark although it s still early. Inside the school s all-purpose room, however, there…See More
Jan 22, 2016
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Management by Play, Creativity and Aesthetics STORYTELLING

Track: Management by Play, Creativity and Aesthetics STORYTELLING: TRANSFERRING TACIT CORPORATE KNOWLEDGE IN DIFFERENT CULTURES A RESEARCH-IN-PROGRESS PAPERand International Marketing and Management (IMM) Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration (WU-Wien) Augasse 2-6 A-1090 Vienna, Austria e-mail:…See More
Jan 15, 2016
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FACEBOOK VS YOUTUBE WHO WILL BE THE KING OF VIDEO SHARING?

WHITE PAPER NOVEMBER 2014 FACEBOOK VS YOUTUBE WHO WILL BE THE KING OF VIDEO SHARING?2 CONTENTS 2. Introduction 3-7. Does Facebook have what it takes? 8-10. Ice Bucket Challenge 11. Facebook and Auto Play 12-13. The Future of Facebook 14. About BlueDoor Inc., Sources 13 INTRODUCTION When it comes to video sharing, YouTube has always been the top…See More
Jan 10, 2016
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Global Economic Impact: A report for Facebook

Important Notice This report (the Report ) has been prepared by Deloitte LLP( Deloitte ) for Facebook Inc. on the basis of the scope and limitations set out below. The Report has been prepared solely for the purposes of estimating Facebook s impacts on the economy. It should not be used for any other purpose or in any other context, and Deloitte accepts no responsibility for its use in either…See More
Jan 8, 2016
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Creative and Cultural Economy series 2 Mapping the Creative Industries: A Toolkit

Creative and Cultural Economy series 2 Mapping the Creative Industries: A Toolkit by BOP Consulting4 British Council s Creative And Cultural Economy Series Published by The British Council 10 Spring Gardens, London SW1A 2BN, England www.britishcouncil.org All rights reserved ISBN 978-086355-640-1 Author: BOP Consulting…See More
Jan 6, 2016
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NATIONAL POLICY STATEMENT ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN IRELAND 2014

2 National Policy Statement on Entrepreneurship in Ireland 2014 National Policy Statement on Entrepreneurship in Ireland 13 Contents Foreword by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD 4 Foreword by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD 5 Introduction Vision for Ireland 6 Entrepreneurship Environment Key Elements 8 Strategic Objectives 12 Entrepreneurship in Ireland 14 Measuring Irish Entrepreneurship International Benchmarks 15 Entrepreneurship Index 16 GEDI 2014 16 Basic…See More
Jan 5, 2016
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MISOMPURU TOKOU! ( LET'S US BE UNITED! )

A winner of KKIFF 2015 You won't appreciate the aesthetic of this micro movie, unless you can appreciate the adversity and faith of a Sabahan. Tells the adventures of seven children with a mission to set the "Sabah" state flag on the hilltop...…
Jun 16, 2015
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She Spins Silk - Poem by Li Po

Far up river in Szechuan, waters rise as spring winds roar. How can I dare to meet her now,to brave the dangerous gorge?The grass grows green in the valley belowwhere silk worms silently spin.Her hands work threads that never end,dawn to dusk when the cuckoo sings.Li T'ai-potr. HamilLi PoSee More
Jun 13, 2015
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Silk Road - Poem by oskar hansen

 Farghana valley the splendour of a mythical dream. The fabled silk route snaked its way through here, bringing new cultures, silk and jade, and no drones filled the night sky with fear. In this valley of ancient dreams beautiful horses made the landscape enchanting. Civilizations come and go; yes, religions too. They will claim to have the key to the ultimate truth. Our time also will be cosmic dust in history of man, but the valley of Farghana shall endure.…See More
Jun 12, 2015

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Brian McFarlane·Novel to Film: An Introduction to the Theory of Adaptation

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Brian McFarlane; Clarendon Press, 1996, Oxford

Part I Backgrounds, Issues, and a New Agenda

BACKGROUNDS

Conrad, Griffith, and 'Seeing'

Commentators in the field are fond of quoting Joseph Conrad's famous statement of his novelistic intention: 'My task which I…

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A Critical History of Film Adaptation

Posted on February 14, 2016 at 8:21am 0 Comments

Adapting material previously published in another genre is not something that the film industry invented. Classical Greek playwrights adapted myths that had been passed on through an oral tradition; Shakespeare appropriated materials for his plays from various sources. And as soon as the makers of cinema recognized that telling a good story in moving pictures required a “good story,” adaptations of novels, plays, and short stories became commonplace. Shortly…

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JOHN DEAN·Adapting History and Literature into Movies (2)

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Documentary and Literal Adaptation

Documentary films seek a form of literal adaptation to be historically sound. But the nature of historical truth achieved by documentary is debatable. Documentary is not a verbatim representation. As noted earlier, conventional wisdom defines documentary as “relating to or found in documents: aiming at presentation of reality . . . broadly factual, objective.” Objective? As historian Erik…

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JOHN DEAN·Adapting History and Literature into Movies (1)

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This essay offers an overview of adaptation, an initiation for the educated reader who is not a communications or film specialist. It will reference “The Social and Cultural Construction of Abraham Lincoln in U.S. Movies and on U.S. TV”—but mainly with an eye to the larger issue of cinematographic adaptation itself.

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