Write a 6 pages paper on annie hall takes over the marty film. On June 14, 2011, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that the nominee integer would contrast between five and ten films beginning with the ceremony in 2012, provided that the nominated film received 5% of the first-place votes in the nomination procedure (Nikki, 2). The official name of the awards has been altered several over the years. Some of the names used were outstanding production, outstanding picture, outstanding motion picture, best motion picture until currently where it is referred to as the best picture awards. In this paper, the films selected are Marty (1955) and Annie Hall (1977).
Annie Hall has a number of advantages compared to Marty. Some of the advantages that Annie Hall possesses in advantage are the producers include its genre and the cost of making the film that is relevant to the revenue generated by the movie. The effects of the films also describe how significant the film’s content is able to pass a message to the general public. Annie Hall portrays an extensive content in harboring all these factors. The genre, directors, subject matter, and the actors of both films are explained in the subsequent paragraphs.
Marty is an American film directed by Mann Delbert and produced by Harold Hecht in 1955. This screenplay was written by Paddy Chayefsky, who was intensifying upon his teleplay that he wrote in 1953 with the same title (Paddy 24). The starred in the film include Ernest Borgnine, Betsy Blair, Joe Mantell, Frank Sutton, Karen Steele, Augusta Ciolli, and Esther Minciotti. The music and cinematography presented in the film were done by Roy Webb and Joseph LaShelle respectively. Moreover, the United Artists Production Company deals with the supply of the movie which was released on April 11, 1955, and runs for 94 minutes.
On the other hand, Annie Hall is an American romantic comedy produced in 1977 by Woody Allen (John 14). The film is directed from a screenplay co-starring Diane Keaton and co-written by Marshall Brickman. The movie was produced by Jack Rollins and Charles Joffe. . The cast members in the film include Diane Keaton, Carol Kane, Woody Allen, Colleen Dewhurst, Paul Simon, Tony Roberts, Christopher Walken, and Shelley Duvall (Peter 17). The film’s cinematography and editing were done by Gordon Willis and Ralph Rosenblum respectively. The film was released on April 20, 1977, and its distribution was done by United Artists Production Company just like the Marty film. In addition, the film has a running time of 93 minutes (Paddy 45).