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
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.”
Due March 11 (11:59 PM) – In Chapter 3 & 4 we explored cinematography and the impact of sound on cinema …
Due March 8 – Read all materials for chapter 4 and listen to at least one of the interviews with a featured film composer on this page. (READ MORE)
Composer Mark Isham incorporates mathematical equations to create the score for “The Accountant”(READ MORE)
This week, we will explore cinema through the lens of the camera and cinematography color theory …
Due. March 3 – Take any story song and break down the lyrics by identifying characters ….