“As Hollywood became a place where films were made in response to market research and packaged with stars, music, and high-concept ideas well in advance of principal photography, moviemaking became increasingly systemized and standardized” (Lewis, 395). In other words, making a movie in Hollywood started becoming something of a formula or recipe to follow. You make sure to include certain key ingredients, and the film is sure to be a hit. The independent movie scene of the 1980’s and 1990’s arose partly in response to what was viewed by many filmmakers to be an American cinema that was nothing but formulaic blockbusters (films like Ghost Busters, Indiana Jones, Back to the Future, Rambo, etc.) made mostly to make as much money as possible by entertaining and thrilling audiences in a way not unlike a rollercoaster at a theme park.
American independent filmmakers wanted to make films that were different from the standard films of Hollywood. They wanted to offer a fresh voice, a new perspective, films that challenged what was considered normal or typical or common in Hollywood films.
In what ways do Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing and the Coen Brothers’ Fargo challenge the typical Hollywood film? Do they offer different types of characters? Plots? Subjects? Filming techniques?
Write three well developed, focused, error-free paragraphs that offer 3 ways in which these two films offer something different from the typical Hollywood film.
(1976) , The Human Rights Act (2000) , the Employment Equality (Sexual Orientation) Regulations 2003 , the Employment Equality (Religion or Belief ) Regulations 2003 and the Children’s Act (2004) and more than one hundred sets of regulations legislated over forty years. Some of the unique features of EA 2010 are as follows; The EA has developed a different definition of disability. The definition almost analogues to that of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 with following two chief exceptions; Now, the precondition that a mental impairment should be clinically well-acknowledged illness has been removed. The exhaustive list of what tantamount to day-to-day activities has been removed. The outcome of the relaxation of the meaning of disability is that more children with SEN are now legally being treated as disabled. Under EA 2010, every public authority, including educational institutions are required to publish necessary Equalities Policy information and the school should take into account the following protected characteristics; Sex (gender) Disability Maternity and pregnancy Race (ethnicity) Sexual Orientation Religion and belief Gender Reassignment The EA 2010 expands the meaning of discrimination. In the earlier Acts, there existed two varieties of disability discrimination. These were; For a reason connected to their disability without justification, treating a disabled pupil or prospective pupil less favourably than another disabled person. Not taking any adequate steps to avoid placing disabled p>GET ANSWER