Diversity in Star Wars

May 18th, 2016
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Diversity in Cinema How has Star Wars Adapted to Today’s Culturally Sensitive Audience? I. This research paper will focus on the changes Star Wars has undergone in casting for roles in their films. It will also identify how the films have grown to accommodate different races within the movies themselves. II. Body A. Speculation of the original cast from Episodes 4-6 and whether or not there was enough diversity. Was this socially acceptable at the time? B. Were there any different races or species in the original movies? If so how were they portrayed? C. Was there more diversity in prequel series Episodes 1-3? Were any other races introduced and how were they portrayed? D. How has all this changed with the new movie’s cast? Have they made an improvement with their current lineup? E. Are the reviews positive or negative regarding the new, more diverse cast? What does this say about our society? III. Conclusion The conclusion will summarize the answers to these questions and answer if Sta

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Running head: CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN STAR WARSCultural Diversity in Star WarsStudents NameInstitution AffiliationDate of Submission1CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN STAR WARS2The cinema and film audience has changed as time moves on. This field of entertainmenthas drawn attention from all different cultural backgrounds, and the film directors and producershave to consider diversifying their wok. Diverse film or cinema receives a massive acceptancefrom the varied races and cultures. Cultural diversity in the films has proved to be a perfectmarketing strategy for the movies, and this boosts the industry. Involvement of different racesand cultures in the filmmaking makes the subject groups a sense of belonging and the film, or thecinema is readily accepted in the particular cultures and races. Audience from the includedcultures feels that they are part of the society that has developed the whole concept and themessage relayed relevant to their community. Star Wars film is a notable piece of work that hascontinuously being restructured and reengineered to match the dynamic audience needs as far ascultural diversity is concerned. The film producers and directors have changed the character rolesin their work to accommodate different races and communities, and this has had a great positiveimpact. The paper aims to analyze and show how Star War has adapted to the current audienceby being sensitive to cultural diversity in the film production.The Star Wars have un

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