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There are numerous interesting examples of mise-en-scène throughout world cinema. Here, in a scene from Youssef Chahine’s 1956 film Cairo Station , we see a sophisticated mise-en-scène that used onscreen space, camera movement, sound, and symbolism.

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Similarly, in Zhang Yimou’s Raise the Red Lantern (1991), we see an intricate use of mise-en-scène that brings together an elaborate (almost theater-like) set design, music, sound, and costume.

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Because mise-en-scène is often focused on the composition of the individual frame, scenes that rely less on editing are often cited as the best examples to study. The film critic and theoretician André Bazin has written about cinema’s unique ability to capture “reality,” through emphasizing what was in the frame, invisible cutting, and the use of the long take and deep focus . Some have countered Bazin’s argument, saying that the effort necessary to compose an individual frame can in fact create an image that is just as artificial as one that has extensive cutting. At the very least, good mise-en-scène depends on cinematic craftsmanship and can produce complicated and powerful scenes, as we see here in an example from Do the Right Thing (1986).

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Hi Brain, You have done a great job. At present i am running across an issue.. I want to upload multiple (jpeg,png) images with multipart/form-data as content type in HTTPWEBREQUEST . To describe exactly the issue, i need to upload images path and also i have to read the images in junk characters. how can i convert it to junk characters? Example of junk characters like : ÿØÿà(¢Q@Q@Q@Q@ê(´S¨ Ó¨¢€N¢Š .. I am able to convert it to a byte file and convert ToBase64String but still want to post the data using the junk characters.. The problems are listed below:

1. The path of the image to be uploaded should be given 2. The image path specified should be read and converted into junk characters. (gzip,deflate)

Any help would be appreciated .. thanks.

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Hi, Brian. I have a problem. I cant get the code to work more than 2 times in a row.

Basically this wont work :

The output is: 0 1

And ‘2’ never prints. It gets stuck after this comment – // Send the form data to the request. No exception, no crash… just sits there… like in a infinite circle or something, eventually I get [WebException – The operation has timed out]

Oh, I’m really sorry. I wasn’t closing the HttpWebResponse. Sorry for the pointless post.

Here is my version of the code, if someone is interested :

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Hi friends, Could someone help me on this issue????? How to concat the string and byte????? My problem is: I have 4images to upload in a website. When i read the image it is converted to byte.. Now between the images , i want to send the string in the post method… Could anyone help me in this issue…. Its important…. Example of string i should post…… Images are converted to byte….. String1 + Image1 + String2 + Image2 + String3 + Image3 + String4 + Image4 + String5

Please somebody help….

Here it is, SurferNetDiya : http://pastebin.com/UCXdGygM

And don’t forget to close the HttpWebResponse after you use it. :D

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Please check the above link.. It is simple and easy too.. But now I am struggling with formation of post content’s When i convert the whole data into byte format and post the content , there occurs duplicate of string’s… The link you provided only consists of Image Uploading… I need as follows… Let me post the post content of mt data

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Wellington writer John McCrystal, entrepreneur and adventurer Bill Day (above - photo Unlimited) and maritime artefacts conservator Jack Fry spoke to a group of maritime heritage enthusiasts on Tuesday night, in the process of launching ‘, a report published by the Maritime Archaeologists’ Association of New Zealand (MAANZ).
In 1986, Bill Day was a member of an expedition searching for the fabled gold ship, the General Grant, on the west coast of Auckland Island. The divers located a shipwreck in a site that roughly matched the presumed location of the General Grant, and another expedition that Day led in 1996 performed a comprehensive salvage of the site. As they worked, it became clear that this was a smaller, previously unknown vessel.
John McCrystal heard Bill telling this story on a visit to the Auckland Islands in 2008, and his curiosity was piqued. Lavishly illustrated with images supplied by leading photographer Mike ‘Wilco’ Wilkinson, ‘’ presents an account of the salvage, the conservation of the artefacts raised and McCrystal’s four-year search through documentary sources for clues to the ship’s identity.
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In today’s specialized food system, the majority of animals raised for food are transported to different locations based on their “stage of production” such as breeding or fattening. At minimum, animals are transported from the farm to the slaughterhouse, and many will be subjected to the additional stress of a livestock auction .

Even under the most controlled conditions within the industry, transport is stressful. Farm animals are deprived of food, water, and bedding during transport. Trucks are so overcrowded that animals are unable to rest, and may trample or fight with one another in search of space. The risk of injury is particularly high during loading and unloading, when electrical prodding and other brutal handling methods are often used to move fearful and disoriented animals. Trucks waiting in line to unload is a serious problem, as well; animals in trucks that are stalled in queues or stuck in traffic, especially on asphalt in hot weather, are extremely stressed and may even die as a result.

The consolidation of the meat industry over the past few decades has resulted in fewer slaughterhouses, forcing animals to endure longer drives. In 1873, when most farm animals traveled by rail, the Twenty-Eight Hour Law was created to ensure that animals traveling 28 hours or more were allowed to rest for at least five hours, as well as have access to food and water. In 2006, the US Department of Agriculture, charged with administering the law, announced it was applying the law to trucks, but there is no record of the agency actually doing so.

International Transport

International transport of farm animals from the United States has increased significantly. Large numbers of animals—many of them pregnant dairy cattle—began leaving the United States in 2010 to establish breeding herds in Turkey, Russia, and Kazakhstan. Exports of live animals increased steadily through 2012, when nearly 200,000 live animals were exported from the United States to countries other than Canada or Mexico. The number of animals exported has leveled off somewhat in recent years, but still remains higher than historical averages prior to 2010.

While some exported animals are flown to their destination, most are subjected to ocean journeys that can last weeks. During transport, many stressful experiences—including inadequate ventilation, loud noises, motion sickness, and heat stress—severely impact animal welfare and make the animals more susceptible to illness and disease.

In August 2012, more than 1,000 breeding dairy cattle shipped to Russia from Galveston, Texas, died during the voyage or shortly after arrival. Another 200 animals, too ill to be offloaded, were never accounted for and are feared to have been dumped at sea. The deaths have been attributed to a breakdown in manure removal and ventilation systems, causing the animals to suffocate on ammonia fumes.

In December 2013 and January 2014, more than one dozen carcasses of UScattle washed ashore in Denmark and Sweden. European law enforcement authorities investigating the incident concluded that the dead cows had been dumped in the Baltic Sea after dying during a voyage from the United States to a port in Europe.

AWI recommends that no animals be transported such long distances and for such long periods. If they are, however, it is critical that only fit animals make the journey. To ensure that only healthy and fit animals are subjected to the rigors of international transport, in February 2011 AWI petitioned the USDA to adopt “fitness to travel” requirements for all farm animals exported to any foreign country except those traveling overland to Canada or Mexico. AWI recommended that the USDA employ the fitness requirements included in the animal transport standards of the World Organisation for Animal Health (or “OIE”).

In September 2013, the USDA officially responded to the petition, indicating that it would amend its current regulations “to better ensure the welfare and safety of animals during transport for export to foreign countries.” Proposed changes to the regulations were published in February 2015 and finalized in January 2016. They include fitness to travel criteria and a requirement that any deaths be reported within five days of the completion of an international journey.

Auctions and Markets

Auctions, also commonly referred to as “stockyards” or “livestock markets,” are establishments where farm animals are kept until they are sold or shipped to another destination. Some animals may have to endure transport to multiple auctions before they are ultimately sold for fattening, or more likely, for slaughter .

In the United States, auctions are regulated by the Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration (GIPSA), a USDA agency that promotes the marketing and trade of farm animals and agricultural products. Historically, GIPSA has refused to address animal welfare concerns, and incidents of abuse and neglect occur with no repercussions for those responsible.

Auctions have a poor record of animal welfare. There exist no standard protocols for providing animals with sufficient food, water, space for rest, shade in hot weather, and comfortable quarters in cold weather. Animals too sick or injured to walk (referred to as “nonambulatory animals” or “downers”) may be unable to reach food or water and can suffer from inhumane attempts to force them to move, including being rammed with forklifts, shocked repeatedly by electrical prods, and dragged by chains around their necks or legs. Downed animals may be left to die, and sometimes even tossed onto garbage piles while still alive.

Due to serious welfare concerns and the potential for spreading disease, the Animal Welfare Institute opposes the selling of animals at livestock markets.

Legal Protections for Farm Animals During Transport AWI Fact Sheet

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