Representations of Darkness in Mainstream culture: Film.

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Hollywood motion pictures is its model; Made for show in extensive theaters; Film as immaculate scene/excitement; Spectator/crowd as latent customer; ...
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Representations of Blackness in Popular Culture: Film Defining Third Cinema The Place of Community in Third Cinema chime snare and the oppositional look

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First Cinema Hollywood motion pictures is its model; Made for display in extensive theaters; Film as unadulterated scene/diversion; Spectator/group of onlookers as aloof purchaser; Satisfies business interests of generation organizations—transnational restraining infrastructure capital; Maintains authority through its energy structure.

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Second Cinema Art silver screen or new wave film; Often in light of an European as opposed to US model; Elitist, working class, scholarly; Often agnostic, worry wart, mystifacatory;

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Third Cinema Political/aggressor film—radical in its legislative issues and way to deal with film; Film that intentionally embarks to "battle the framework"; Cinema of decolonisation, which communicates will to national freedom, and is against mythic, hostile to bigot, hostile to middle class.

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Place of Community "Connectedness to groups battling against mistreatment is a key normal for Third Cinema and its beneficial interaction with the third world" (Clyde Taylor, 32). "Third film has been one of the spots where an investigation of the end of dark blamelessness has occurred" (Walcott, 55).

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ringer snares and the Oppositional Gaze Black individuals must make spaces of organization that permit them to question the look of the Other furthermore give back the look basically; The oppositional dark look is bolstered by Second and Third Cinema; Interrogating dark looks must be concerned with issues of race and prejudice, as well as issues of sex [and sexuality].

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