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Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by xr250h, Sep 21, 2009.

  1. xr250h

    xr250h Registered Member

    Oct 3, 2008
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    Alright so I'm in a Film class and we have an assignment where we have to interview someone who watched their first film during the Classic Hollywood Era (before 1950 I believe). Usually I would just interview my only grandparent left, however she just recently passed away. I live up in the mountains and I hardly know any students let alone old people! My professor said it was ok to do the interview online with anyone, so I have turned to people I trust at BHW.

    Here are the questions I have to answer:

    Please tell us the person?s name, where they were born, and what their family was like, where they grew up, where they were educated (and for how long), whether or not they were married and had children

    What?s the first movie you remember attending? Where did you see it? (What was the theater?s location?)

    How often did you go to the movies when you were young? What were your favorite kinds of films?

    Did you see serials, newsreels and cartoons when you went to the movies?

    Did you see any live acts in movie theaters? What were these performances like?

    Have you ever met any movie stars or anyone else associated with the movie business?

    What was your most memorable experience at the movies? What was your worst experience in a movie theater?

    How often do you go to the movies today? What kinds of contemporary movies do you see?

    Do you watch movies on video or cable? Do you prefer watching movies on TV, or a trip to the theater?

    What were better, the movies you used to see or today?s movies?


    Is there anyone who can help me? The answers don't have to be long, simple answers are perfect.

    I'm really in a bind here and would do many things if someone could do this for me.

    Thanks in advance,