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the topic is western classic Ideally, your presentation deals with a) time and c

the topic is western classic
Ideally, your presentation deals with
a) time and context of example,
b) brief summary of content and clip,
c) discussion/analysis/application of theory
you can Google or Wikipedia mention about – for example – “Classic Horror Films”
– Classic and new/now: roughly the timeline is 1980. Before 1980: Classical Example, After 1980 new example (though I won’t debate about a few years).
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this is a 8 mins presentation
the writter can provide the film he/she like.
The customer needs speaker notes to every slide

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the topic is western classic Ideally, your presentation deals with a) time and c

the topic is western classic
Ideally, your presentation deals with
a) time and context of example,
b) brief summary of content and clip,
c) discussion/analysis/application of theory
you can Google or Wikipedia mention about – for example – “Classic Horror Films”
– Classic and new/now: roughly the timeline is 1980. Before 1980: Classical Example, After 1980 new example (though I won’t debate about a few years).
Comments from Customer
this is a 8 mins presentation
the writter can provide the film he/she like.
The customer needs speaker notes to every slide

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Film & Theater studies

Notes on His Girl Friday 1940, Adam’s Rib (1949), then after you write your lett

Notes on His Girl Friday 1940, Adam’s Rib (1949), then after you write your letters, do a film Synopsis for both films. Remember not to get the notes and synopsis mixed, and also, please follow the instructions on how to do a synopsis or I will not accept it.

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Submit your paper in the now available Film 100 Class on Turnitin.com
SHORT ESSAY ASSIGNMENT
Create an argument about one or two films by analyzing the film style used in two different scenes. Choose two scenes that we have not analyzed in detail in class from all the films listed on the syllabus. Using the concepts, techniques, and patterns studied in class, demonstrate how each scene’s style functions within the context of the film.
Your analysis must have a thesis statement that concisely states why each scene’s style is especially important to the overall film. For example, you may interpret the scene’s conveyance of meaning, or its role in a formal pattern, or the way that it cues perceptual or emotional responses and/or expectations. In any case, you will be arguing that the scene is doing something beyond merely providing narrative information or provoking an effect in isolation from the rest of the film.
You are free to incorporate scholarly sources outside of the textbook, but it is not necessary for this assignment (If you choose to use them, use scholarly sources or newspaper reviews only: i.e. do not cite Wikipedia, IMDB, film blogs, etc.).
Your paper must be around 800-1000 words, in MLA format (or Chicago) (12 pt. Times New Roman font, 1” margins) and include an original title. You must have a Works Cited page (not part of the word count) for any sources cited, including the films themselves.
Guidelines and Examples:
Thesis Statement Example #1:
“The expressionistic mise-en-scène in Bram Stoker’s Dracula’s (Francis Coppola, 1992) dinner scene contributes to the film’s self-reflexive style, and starkly contrasts the naturalistic mise-en-scène in The Godfather’s (Francis Coppola, 1972) cooking scene, which evokes the smells and tastes of everyday life. In Dracula, the audience is meant to be consciously aware they are watching something like an art film, with ironic commentary on the history of the horror
genre. On the other hand, The Godfather’s realism habituates the viewer to familiar surroundings, which makes the impact of sudden violence much more startling.”
Thesis Statement Example #2:
“The opening two scenes of Citizen Kane juxtapose expressionism (through use of dissolves, canted angles, and low-key lighting) with documentary realism (through use of grainy images, stock footage, and voice-of-god narration). The stark contrast signifies different perspectives on reality, and comments upon the difficulty of capturing a single coherent view of the protagonist Charles Foster Kane.”
Don’t just describe what’s happening (the plot, dialogue, or what the characters are doing). Analyze how the scene’s effect is constructed through filmic elements, and then argue how this effect supports your thesis. Keep your analysis as objective as possible and refrain from subjective, evaluative, or ‘reviewer-like’ statements, such as “Coppola is a master of lighting” or “The boring performances and sappy music made this scene unbearable.”
Grading Rubric:
(This assignment comprises 20% of your final grade)
Thesis Statement (clear & concise, original, w. original title)
/20 points
Analysis (logical, specificity of detail, use of film terminology)
/50 points
Style (fluid prose, coherent sentences, persuasive rhetoric)
/20 points
Mechanics (spelling, punctuation, MLA formatting, Works Cited)
/10 points
= /100 points
films to chose from:
Bram Stoker’s Dracula(1992)
Arrival(2016)
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
Blade Runner: The Final Cut(2007)
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010)
Gravity(2013)
The Shining(1980)
The Hurt Locker (2008)
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no need to log into, just do short essay assignment.

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Film & Theater studies

Continue filling out the rest of the information Login into account Submit your

Continue filling out the rest of the information
Login into account
Submit your paper in the now available Film 100 Class on Turnitin.com
SHORT ESSAY ASSIGNMENT
Create an argument about one or two films by analyzing the film style used in two different scenes. Choose two scenes that we have not analyzed in detail in class from all the films listed on the syllabus. Using the concepts, techniques, and patterns studied in class, demonstrate how each scene’s style functions within the context of the film.
Your analysis must have a thesis statement that concisely states why each scene’s style is especially important to the overall film. For example, you may interpret the scene’s conveyance of meaning, or its role in a formal pattern, or the way that it cues perceptual or emotional responses and/or expectations. In any case, you will be arguing that the scene is doing something beyond merely providing narrative information or provoking an effect in isolation from the rest of the film.
You are free to incorporate scholarly sources outside of the textbook, but it is not necessary for this assignment (If you choose to use them, use scholarly sources or newspaper reviews only: i.e. do not cite Wikipedia, IMDB, film blogs, etc.).
Your paper must be around 800-1000 words, in MLA format (or Chicago) (12 pt. Times New Roman font, 1” margins) and include an original title. You must have a Works Cited page (not part of the word count) for any sources cited, including the films themselves.
Guidelines and Examples:
Thesis Statement Example #1:
“The expressionistic mise-en-scène in Bram Stoker’s Dracula’s (Francis Coppola, 1992) dinner scene contributes to the film’s self-reflexive style, and starkly contrasts the naturalistic mise-en-scène in The Godfather’s (Francis Coppola, 1972) cooking scene, which evokes the smells and tastes of everyday life. In Dracula, the audience is meant to be consciously aware they are watching something like an art film, with ironic commentary on the history of the horror
genre. On the other hand, The Godfather’s realism habituates the viewer to familiar surroundings, which makes the impact of sudden violence much more startling.”
Thesis Statement Example #2:
“The opening two scenes of Citizen Kane juxtapose expressionism (through use of dissolves, canted angles, and low-key lighting) with documentary realism (through use of grainy images, stock footage, and voice-of-god narration). The stark contrast signifies different perspectives on reality, and comments upon the difficulty of capturing a single coherent view of the protagonist Charles Foster Kane.”
Don’t just describe what’s happening (the plot, dialogue, or what the characters are doing). Analyze how the scene’s effect is constructed through filmic elements, and then argue how this effect supports your thesis. Keep your analysis as objective as possible and refrain from subjective, evaluative, or ‘reviewer-like’ statements, such as “Coppola is a master of lighting” or “The boring performances and sappy music made this scene unbearable.”
Grading Rubric:
(This assignment comprises 20% of your final grade)
Thesis Statement (clear & concise, original, w. original title)
/20 points
Analysis (logical, specificity of detail, use of film terminology)
/50 points
Style (fluid prose, coherent sentences, persuasive rhetoric)
/20 points
Mechanics (spelling, punctuation, MLA formatting, Works Cited)
/10 points
= /100 points
films to chose from:
Bram Stoker’s Dracula(1992)
Arrival(2016)
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
Blade Runner: The Final Cut(2007)
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010)
Gravity(2013)
The Shining(1980)
The Hurt Locker (2008)
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no need to log into, just do short essay assignment.

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Assignment: taking the role of an independent filmmaker. Transform the textual s

Assignment: taking the role of an independent filmmaker. Transform the textual story of “The Ballad of the Sad Cafe,” Author: Carson McCullers, into a proposal for a live theater version of it.
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Discipline: English 111 – Poetry, short stories, drama, short screenplay

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Assignment: taking the role of an independent filmmaker. Transform the textual s

Assignment: taking the role of an independent filmmaker. Transform the textual story of “The Ballad of the Sad Cafe,” Author: Carson McCullers, into a proposal for a live theater version of it.
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Discipline: English 111 – Poetry, short stories, drama, short screenplay

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Finally, you get to talk about your favorite film that you named in Week One. 1.

Finally, you get to talk about your favorite film that you named in Week One.
1. Tell us why it is your favorite film.
2. Talk about the interconnection between the aesthetic and the technical aspects of the film. This will include all seven of the following: Editing, Film Structure, Cinematography, Lighting, Colors, Screenwriting, Special Effects, Sound and Music.
3. After this course, will you see you favorite film in a different light? Why or why not?
The favorite movie will be based of Life (1999).

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Finally, you get to talk about your favorite film that you named in Week One. 1.

Finally, you get to talk about your favorite film that you named in Week One.
1. Tell us why it is your favorite film.
2. Talk about the interconnection between the aesthetic and the technical aspects of the film. This will include all seven of the following: Editing, Film Structure, Cinematography, Lighting, Colors, Screenwriting, Special Effects, Sound and Music.
3. After this course, will you see you favorite film in a different light? Why or why not?
The favorite movie will be based of Life (1999).

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To write your paper, watch a complete performance of a LIVE Theatre Production t

To write your paper, watch a complete performance of a LIVE Theatre Production then carefully read and follow the Theatre Response Paper Instructions. Carefully review the Theatre Response Sample. And, carefully review the Specific Examples Video. Instructions are uploaded in the link below. Complete this paper on The Elf Musical live production.