You are to create an annotated bibliography focused on your approved semester project film (and/or collateral materials related to your project: film director, screenwriter, original source material, etc.).
You should reach out to a staff member at the Rose Library (firstname.lastname@example.org , 704.669.4024, library.clevelandcc.edu) and ask for a tutorial and/or guidance on the use of online and physical resources and references.
You will have two focused assignments. NOTE: These assignments cannot wait until the last minute; it will take dedicated time and effort to complete these by the deadline:
As you dive into this week’s materials, you’ll explore many aspects of acting (and the evaluation of it), and more writing/evaluation tips.
Due March 18 (11:59 pm) For this week’s writing assignment, you have three options (You only need to select one):
DUE MARCH 15 (11:59 pm) – After reading and engaging in the articles, videos and other materials for Chapter 5: Acting & Writing Review
When you create a title/headline for your film review or evaluation, you should become a critical thinker and get creative with your words.
Writing a film review in 600-words takes patience, judgement, and a great sense of understanding how to self-edit (READ MORE)
“Acting for film is nothing more than reacting. You react to another person, your environment, or your situation. It’s that easy.” –Earl Owensby, Film producer, director, actor
How does one determine good acting from bad? Learn from the pros … a must for evaluation of acting (READ MORE)
If one was going to try to judge Johnny Depp’s performance in Edward Scissorhands compared to Tom Hanks (READ MORE)
Your dialogue/response post for this week will be due March 8. Included in those lessons is Blind Film Critic Jay Forry, The use of sound, music and silence, as well as interviews with multiple film composers (including Oscar winners) at the bottom of the response page, and an exploration of “The Musical.”