Timeline to assist you in staying on track
Use this format to structure your semester project …
Module 3 … The Prologue: Concerns, problems and questions: When in doubt, if you’re struggling … contact me and we’ll talk about it. Response/Dialogue Posts: Some of you should consider spending more time defending your thoughts and offering examples. Your dialogue grades could be impacted by lack of critical thought and engagement with these responses….
Due: Feb 15 -You will need to address three questions (one from each part below).
There is no one single way to review, critique or evaluate films, but here are some tips from those (past and present) who offer tips, thoughts and ideas on how to get engaged in understanding film on a deeper level.
Audiences and technology have always had an impact on what is watched and how we view films (READ MORE)
film has always been influenced by audience expectations, original ideas, talent, and technology. (READ MORE)
Gustav Freytag was a German novelist from the Nineteenth century who explored formulas in stories and novels (well before Blake Snyder and his “Save the Cat” series), and he found that similar narrative patterns existed (READ MORE)
Did you know that there is more to story-genre than comedy, drama, horror … (READ MORE)
Writing is a challenge to many, and yet a gift to others. Where do you fall within that scale? …(READ MORE)
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.).
Assignment *Due Feb. 17 by 11:59 pm: Interview someone over 50-years old and write a 500-700 word report/story capturing his/her movie history.