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Movies Entertainment Literature and Art (MELA) Quiz. Quiz master: Varun Jain

Movies Entertainment Literature and Art (MELA) Quiz. Quiz master: Varun Jain

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  • 1. The Quiz master is an omnipresent omnipotent ham sandwich Ham Sandwich
  • 2. Question 1 X is real while Y is fictional. It cannot be said that X inspired Y or vice versa. However, X and Y share a lot of common themes with each other. Both were essentially good guys, battled cancer and managed to survive the same. They were involved with drugs in different ways. Both indulged in threatening and intimidating their colleagues and friends for separate reasons. They were also arguably the best at what they did. Identify X and Y.
  • 3. Which product/brand was the following print ad released for? Question 2
  • 4. What world event is this gentleman tweeting about? Question 3
  • 5. Question 4 X is a documentary. Prior to the film’s debut at the International Documentary Festival of Amsterdam (IDFA) it was seen as a North Korean Propaganda movie about the western Propaganda. Released bit by bit over the internet the movie led to shocking reactions as to how believable/true(arguable) the documentary is despite it being a propaganda film from North Korea. However the ruse was lifted at the debut of the movie when it turned out to be that the film was made by a group of New Zealanders. Give me X.
  • 6. Partial discography of? Question 5 X from the X-ycho world Ssa2 3 Mi Ssajib XFive
  • 7. Question 6 Spirit was an American jazz/hard rock/progressive rock/psychedelic band founded in 1967, based in Los Angeles, California. Their most commercially successful single in the US was "I Got A Line On You", but they were at least as well known for their albums including The Family That Plays Together, Clear, and Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus. However, they are known more in relation to X. It is said that X stole for Y from Spirit’s song Tauras. Y is probably one of the widest known of X’s song and supposedly started a new epoch in music. Y has been covered to death by several artists and at one. In one movie parody of the song, a guitar shop actually asks its customers not to play Y. X opened for Spirit before releasing Y and so it is assured that X had heard the song. Give me X and Y.
  • 8. Question 7 X is a 2008 novel by Y. Y is an American novelist and freelance journalist, who describes his work as transgressional fiction. Y is best noted for his novel Z. Z was turned into a movie and is extremely popular in both pop and cult culture. X was based on Annabel Chong. The main character in X is trying to outdo Chong by ‘doubling’ her infamous feat. Chong famously noted that she ‘Wanted to break the whole stud notion’ by doing what she did. X was named after a class of movies that actually depicts the murder of a person or people without using special effects. Give me X, Y and Z.
  • 9. Question 8 When asked why he painted ___________, X replied, 'Because I used to drink it. I used to have the same lunch every day.' Identify X.
  • 10. Question 9 Continuing to evade the viewer's search for figurative elements in his paintings, X abandoned titles and started numbering his works. He said about this: "...look passively and try to receive what the painting has to offer and not bring a subject matter or preconceived idea of what they are to be looking for". X’s wife, said he "used to give his pictures conventional titles... but now he simply numbers them. Numbers are neutral. They make people look at a picture for what it is—pure painting." Idenitfy X.
  • 11. Question 10 The X Generator is a computer program that automatically produces imitations of X writing. It was written in 1996 by Andrew C. Bulhak of Monash University using the Dada Engine, a system for generating random text from recursive grammars. A free version is also hosted online. The essays are produced from a formal grammar defined by a recursive transition network. It was mentioned by biologist Richard Dawkins in the conclusion to his article "X Disrobed" (1998) for the scientific journal Nature. Identify X.
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  • 13. Quizmaster Varun Jain