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On a specific documentary called Two Towns of Jasper - Image Ethics
Journalism & Communication
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Surname Course Lecturer Date Image Ethics Marco Williams explains his reason for collaborating with Whitney in making the film “Two Towns of Jasper” that displayed f images of the whites and blacks who were involved in demonstrating racial discrimination.
The film has however tried to bridge the gap by displaying images to illustrate the widening difference and discrimination between blacks and whites. This paper therefore seeks to explore the image ethics that emerge in Two Towns of Jasper. The paper will also illustrate how the film makers approach and understand their various obligations and responsibilities to their viewers, to those who are featured in the film, to their profession as well as to themselves. Reference is made to the Moral Rights of Subjects in Photographs, Film, and Television by Katz, Gross and Ruby via analyzing Two Towns of Jasper, a documentary film. There are significant ethical issues and concerns that are provoked by the William and Whitney in the film “Two Towns of Jasper.” These issues arose where the white and black subjects used in the film were affected by the nature of the images displayed to the viewers. Therefore the two filmmakers made ethical considerations that took care of the rights of the subjects as well as those of the viewers of the film or television. The film, “Two Towns of Jasper,” observes the moral rights of those appearing in it as the subjects. However, the film has been criticized that it presents fake images of the subjects that are somehow embarrassing and intrusive to both the viewers and the film subjects. ...
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