Comparative Study between the Two Titanic Films
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The writer looks at various aspects in both films including the film techniques used to create actual film, and the representation of society, how the general public of the early twentieth centaury behaved and what their ethics were. It looks at key areas including: production techniques, narrative, marketing and target audience and includes a conclusion.
From the Paper:"Aims and Objectives We looked at the two film productions based on the sinking of the Titanic. The 1997 production directed by James Cameron “Titanic” and the late 50’s production directed by Roy Baker “A night to remember”. It was based on the No.1 bestseller “A night to remember” by Walter Lord, both book and film were based on factual evidence. They obtained information from ship plans, writing to survivors and many other valuable sources."
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