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Film Discussion Part 1:choose a film from this list of approved choices.In at le

Film Discussion Part 1:choose a film from this list of approved choices.In at least 300 words, describe the relationship of story to plot in your chosen film. Be sure toIdentify the title, writer, director, major actors, and the year of the film’s release. Summarize the story of your chosen film (what happens) in one sentence. Summarize the plot of your chosen film (what motivates the sequence of events) in about five sentences. Discuss whether the action in your film is…

This is the course of ancient world film. in this you have to watch the film and

This is the course of ancient world film. in this you have to watch the film and read additional links and answer viewing journal questions properly elaborated with examples. you have to compare the movie and the ancient myth provided in the additional ppt links(ppt has audio links so you can listen if you don't want to read the ppt), references are must. (don't use general terms). it should be arount 350-400 words for each individual question. I attached all…

After the WEEK 9 lecture, screenings and your journal entry:Stay on this page an

After the WEEK 9 lecture, screenings and your journal entry:Stay on this page and CLICK on the upper right "Submit Assignment." A text box will open and you can type your posting into it. POST a response to one of the week’s learning objectives or whatever interested you about the reading or screenings for that week (1 point). ORASK a question: What do you want to know in respect to that week's lesson? CLICK "Submit Assignment" and your posting will…

Run, Lola, Run, dir. Tom Tykwer (1998) (by Monday night/Tuesday morning) VIEWING

Run, Lola, Run, dir. Tom Tykwer (1998) (by Monday night/Tuesday morning) VIEWING QUESTIONS (your observations are not to be submitted; these questions help you focus and may inspire your contributions to the discussion and then your written film analysis):Motion/movement (who? what? function?) Take a sheet of paper: List all cinematic technical devices Realism / formalism? Who/what is Lola’s antagonist? Narrative structure? Classical paradigm?Take a sheet of paper: Make a list of the repetition Take a sheet of paper: Make a…

STORY/WRITING UNITAccording to a 2011 NY TIMES article, Asghar Farhadi’s film, A

STORY/WRITING UNITAccording to a 2011 NY TIMES article, Asghar Farhadi's film, A Separation "is a rigorously honest movie about the difficulties of being honest, a film that tries to be truthful about the slipperiness of truth. It also sketches a portrait — perhaps an unnervingly familiar picture for American audiences — of a society divided by sex, generation, religion and class."Write your observations on the above comment, as a viewer from a different culture (or same, as the case may…

Sequence7: “The Post War Years Are No Longer”: Economic Miracle and the Japanese

Sequence7: “The Post War Years Are No Longer”: Economic Miracle and the Japanese New Wave in the Late 1950s-60sFilm: Giants and Toys(Kyojin to gangu, Masumura Yasuzo, 1958)Reading: Michael Raine, “Modernization without Modernity: Masumura Yasuzo’s Giants and Toys(1958), in Japanese Cinema: Texts and Contexts, eds., Alastair Phillips and Julian Stringer (London: Routledge, 2007), 152-167.https://analepsis.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/japa...Pick one scene that impressed you most from the film assigned for the week. Explain how and why that particular scene is impressive to you. Refer to the…

Choose one to write about: 1000-1500 words1. Using a Third Cinema manifesto (eit

Choose one to write about: 1000-1500 words1. Using a Third Cinema manifesto (either “Toward a Third Cinema” by Solanas and Getino OR “For an Imperfect Cinema” by Julio García Espinosa) as a starting point, identify an American film that you believe aligns with the manifesto’s values, and values of Third Cinema in general, and argue why this is the case. 2. Choose a film released in the past five years featuring a protagonist belonging to a marginalized community. From a…

1. As discussed in this weeks’ lecture, much of Black cinema has traditionally o

1. As discussed in this weeks’ lecture, much of Black cinema has traditionally only been validated if it enforces certain stereotypes of the Black experience, like the presence of violence and tragedy. How do films of the New Black Cinema era such as Boyz N the Hood and this weeks’ showing, Do the Right Thing, both exemplify these stereotypes and transcend them? How has Black Cinema evolved in the subsequent eras in regards to showcasing a more accurate representation of…

ASL 1001 View 2 movies that portray a Deaf actor, not a hearing actor taking t

ASL 1001 View 2 movies that portray a Deaf actor, not a hearing actor taking the role of a Deaf actor. Submit one page report for each movie. Include both movie reviews (2 page report) in one WORD or PDF document. The report must include: Your name, instructor, class meeting time in the upper right hand corner The name of the movie Where you viewed the film (date, time, and venue). A summary of the theme and story line of…

I’m working on a Film project and need support to help me learn.For this assignm

I'm working on a Film project and need support to help me learn.For this assignment, you will write a paper analyzing John Carpenter's Halloween. The paper must be at least three pages in length. To accomplish this, answer the following research question: Who is the film's antagonist? What does he or she represent? Here are some possible approaches for answering the paper's research question:1. Social Identity Theory: you can research the outgroup of Social Identity Theory and use the film’s…