International Journal of Art Innovation and Development, 2020, 1(1); doi: 10.38007/IJAID.2020.010102.
Fujian Chuanzheng Communications College, Fujian, China
Film is an important part of the film and television industry and an artistic expression of people's daily entertainment. In today's world, the film industry is developing rapidly and occupies a pivotal position in the development of the international community. It can fully reflect the country's unique national culture and its own artistic characteristics. The purpose of this article is to study the unique national culture and film art characteristics of American films. The article reviews the development of American film history, and takes famous movie industries such as Hollywood and Marvel as examples, and then uses questionnaires and interview research methods , And relevant statistical analysis of the surveyed data, analysis and research on the understanding of American film culture by different research groups; and statistical analysis of the degree of satisfaction of the research object on American film culture; and the dissemination of American film Related effects were analyzed. The survey data shows that there is a certain difference in the understanding of American film culture among different age groups; by investigating the views of different age groups on American films, it can be found that different age groups have different choices in subject matter, language style, and character creation. The degree of satisfaction and scoring are different; American films have a huge penetrating effect in the spread of American culture; the unique national culture and film art features in American films have increased the spread of American culture by about 30%, as can be seen from The development of film and television culture has a positive role in promoting the spread of culture.
American Movie, National Culture, Artistic Features, American Culture
Hongyan Li. Unique National Culture and Film Art Features in American Film. International Journal of Art Innovation and Development (2020), Vol. 1, Issue 1: 14-25. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJAID.2020.010102.
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