Date of publication: 2017-08-31 23:39
*The moral or ethic does not have to be agreeable, directly stated, proven true (in the film), or even make sense it just has to resonate in the audience s mind.
6) Systematic - This states that the research is structured with some specified steps, which are to be followed in a specified sequence, according to the well defined set of rules. Systematic characteristic of the research does not actually rule out creative thinking, but it does discourage the use of guessing and intuition in order to arrive at conclusions.
I wholeheartedly agree - as a professional musician there is certainly an objectivity on a technical level to judge another s artistic output. I was reacting to the idea of a rubric, like what you might use to grade a high school english paper, as a fairly useless tool to gauge the said greatness of something as widely varied as a film.
This comes down to motivation. Not to be confused with realism and accuracy. Crank is probably one of the most unrealistic films I ve seen, and most films are rife with inaccuracies. After all, Hitchcock said film was Life with the dull bits cut out. But if the characters are motivated, then I buy it.
I think (or at least hope) that he is referring to a film s believability in how it builds its own world. For example, Star Wars is not real, but it makes the world it inhabits FEEL real.
Gotta agree with you on this. Some of the most memorable films I ve seen all have specificity of location. Meaning there is no way that the film could be located anywhere else. There Will Be Blood has to be located in oil country. The Green Mile has to be located in a prison. Etc.
The organisers of the Good Governance Awards (GGA) will use the above John Hopkins University’s defining criteria to determine if an applicant organisation is a non-profit organisation for the purposes of the GGA and reserve the right to exclude applications from organisations who the organisers believe do not fully meet these criteria.
Realism/Accuracy: A great film should portray events, people, etc. as they are in real-word settings despite controversial themes. Actions and interactions should be believable, plausible, and at least somewhat relatable.
The nonprofit organisation must be an Irish (. its registered head office is in the Republic of Ireland) nonprofit organisation. We use term “nonprofits” or “nonprofit organisations” as shorthand for civil society organisations. We don’t call them companies because many are not incorporated we don’t call them charities because many don’t fall within the definition of a charity in law, or they have not yet registered as charities.
The non-profit organisation must be an Irish (. its registered head office is in the Republic of Ireland) non-profit organisation. We use term “non-profits” or “non-profit organisations” as shorthand for civil society organisations. We don’t call them companies because many are not incorporated we don’t call them charities because many don’t fall within the definition of a charity in law, or they have not yet registered as charities.
6665s, from Latinized form of Greek kriterion "means for judging, standard," from krites "judge," from PIE root *krei- (see crisis ). Used in English as a Greek word from 6665s.
What factual qualities? Some qualities that certain people like might not be enjoyed by others. Whether it s the story or the acting or whatever. I know people who think Heath Ledger overplayed the joker in the dark knight and others who think it s the best performance they ve ever seen. Greatness isn t something that can be trivialised down to individual components of production, it takes time to see whether a film will become great through many things, including its reception. What you re trying to do here is define a good film, greatness isn t really something that you can pin down in such a specific way.