Course Paper Guidelines – Film Analysis The ten-page course paper must be no le

Course Paper Guidelines – Film Analysis The ten-page course paper must be no less than ten double spaced type pages in times roman or courier 12 pt. font. The paper must include a correctly formatted MLA works cited page and adequate and correctly formatted in-text citation. Papers should be numbered at the top left-hand corner …

– Describe one regulatory issue in film industry. – Refer to at least one specif

– Describe one regulatory issue in film industry. – Refer to at least one specific article from Variety, Brand Week or Backstage. It has to be newly updated articles. – Refer to at least one specific term or concept from your H&L textbook, which is Timothy Havens and Amanda D. Lotz. Understanding Media Industries [2nd …

ANSWER all 4 Journal questions. Write 300 words minimum for each please. Assignm

ANSWER all 4 Journal questions. Write 300 words minimum for each please. Assignment: Journal 1: Write about Casablanca. What do you think the film is trying to do and say? How do the filmmaker’s techniques illustrate that? Be sure to include examples of staging, framing, scriipt/story organization and how they connect to what the film is …

Discuss and analyze the use of one specific cinematic element in one film from o

Discuss and analyze the use of one specific cinematic element in one film from our schedule, explaining how that element was used and how it contributed to the overall thematic content of the film. *the scene i chose was the gravitron scene from the movie The 400 Blows and how the gravitron scene on the …

Using the sample “Black Dog” coverage as a template and the “Writing Coverage” i

Using the sample “Black Dog” coverage as a template and the “Writing Coverage” instructions found in the handouts as an example on how to write coverage, write up coverage for this screenplay, Script A. Please be aware that this is a big file and may take awhile to download if you do not have a …

In your paper, Identify your selected film, including writer, director, year of

In your paper, Identify your selected film, including writer, director, year of release, and genre. (the film is The Hate U Give) Briefly summarize the film in which you apply your knowledge of the difference between the film’s story and its plot. Describe one of the broad theories you have learned about in class (auteur …

Students will select an “Art of the Cut” article (from this site), read it, writ

Students will select an “Art of the Cut” article (from this site), read it, write a short overview outlining the main points of the article, and present it to the class. Presentation will include at least one relevant video clip (of a scene, outtake, work-in-progress version, etc) in support of the main takeaways from the …

WEEK ONE ASSIGNMENTS: When saving your document, save it with your last name-Wee

WEEK ONE ASSIGNMENTS: When saving your document, save it with your last name-Week # – assignment name, i.e., Skerbelis-Week1-CompCoverage. WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENT – C: Read “BLACK DOG” previous coverage and then read the screenplay of “BLACK DOG.” Prepare comparison coverage cover top sheet comparing the earlier draft (“Black Dog” coverage) to the later draft of …

[FULL SOLUTION] Create a Blog post for Penny Dreadful Season 1, Episodes 5 & 6 First section abo

Create a Blog post for Penny Dreadful Season 1, Episodes 5 & 6 First section about Penny Dreadful Season 1, Episodes 5 Second section about Penny Dreadful Season 1, Episodes 6 Attached are instructions on the type of blog that should be written. You can find Penny Dreadful online for free.

[ANSWERED QUESTIONS] Guidelines: First formal writing. Aim at three to four paragraphs with the firs

Guidelines: First formal writing. Aim at three to four paragraphs with the first or introduction the summary, followed by your reflection which should be the major part of your short paper. Focus on: does the depicted society include or exclude disabled individuals? Based on what values? Do the protagonists share these values? What goals do …