п»їThemed Entertainment Design: Representing the World of Movie theater with a great emphasis on Of india Cinema. Deeya Laki Rajan

Faculty of Architecture, Manipal University

Karnataka, India.

SUMMARY

So what carry out Themed Areas and Motion Pictures have in common? And what is their particular relation to System Design? The response: An irrevocable need to tell a story. Created spaces are in once storytellers and section of the story being taught. This feuille is a research of how tales can be narrated both through built type and through the context with the built form, with an aim to bum but build a story through space. In which and how does one screen something that was already displayed? This kind of paper is aimed at finding a appropriate ‘medium' in which to display and exhibit motion pictures and through a study of motion picture theory and background find a suited means of screen and exhibit. Both museums and motion pictures are now recognized as key sites for the availability of famous knowledge and the construction of cultural memory space, but what that they share in how they present the world is still largely unexplored. This daily news focuses on the intersections between themes space and film practices and their application in planning and design. Planning to explore inspired entertainment style and the intersections with respect to " narratives” and " history telling practises” between the a themed space and movies and recommend a " medium” through which to represent visible media that may be Motion Picture, thereby proposing the creation of a ‘story place' using areas of film history and theory, thereby devising a medium of experiential storytelling

I. Introduction

Since the invention of Movies, audiences had been entertained, mesmerized, enchanted and encompassed by its universe. Over the decades, there have been numerous museums specializing in Cinema and a hundred or maybe more film libraries. Their geographical distribution, yet , varies substantially as most of them are found in The european union and very few in Asia. In this centenary year, it is fitting to pay homage to the image medium that jumped off of the screen and has come to end up being recognized as a way of like – the Cinema of the Of india sub-continent. 2. themed entertainment design and how it has been analyzed. Themed Entertainment Design entails the creation of places around a given setting or perhaps theme with regards to public education, recreation and amusement. In the event the term may be broken down it will amount to this kind of - Topic

A topic of creative representation.

An implicit or perhaps recurrent idea; a theme.

Simply put, a recurring ‘concept'

Entertainment

An act, development, etc ., that entertains; diversion; amusement. A kind of public fun.

A study through this field of design takes a study under two wide topics: 1 . Medium Studies or the Physical Framework

The study of the space that may carry out the theme or will be ‘themed'. The areas studied are: A. Museum

B. Theme Park

C. Exposition

2 . Theme Studies or perhaps the Intellectual Framework

The framework of the space: Evolution and history of Community Cinema with an focus on Indian Theatre. Studies will incorporate an overview with the history of globe cinema and early film making practises leading up to the ultra-modern day procedure. Further, an in depth look at American indian Cinema, their origins and development in the age of Muted Films to the present day Global approach, noting the key turning points and culturally determining moments in the 100 year long time brand of Indian Films.

III. channel studies

A. Museum Studies

The definition of the museum can be one that is continually evolving, based on the innovations in world. This description is frequently updated (by ICOM) in accordance with the realities of the global museum community.

" A museum is actually a non –profit, permanent establishment in the support of world and its expansion open to people, which traites, conserves, studies, communicates and exhibits the tangible and...

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