Examine the use of black and white film techniques in recent movies to signify different things such as flash backs, dual timelines, etc. As well as look at how these uses have either changed or stayed the same since color television.
I think your topic is too general. it does not have any specific point. I can not get what do you want improve with this topic.
– Elahe Almasi8 years ago
I agree with Elahe. Consider picking one particular film, or a few, and focus on a particular attribute about those films in relation to them being black and white. Then, talk about those attribute more in-depth. I love this topic, but it's hard for viewers to grasp without particular evidence and examples to consider. I hope this helps and good luck! – EvanWebsterWiley8 years ago
The Wizard of Oz may be a good jumping off point for you to consider, since it played such an important part in marrying the use of both black and white and color in cinema. – Megan Finsel8 years ago
I agree with some of the above concerns, while not a lot of films use a lot of black and white in them, but a great deal of films use a bit. – Austin Bender8 years ago
This has been done extensively, and it has been explained by knowledgeable people. – T. Palomino1 year ago