Write a one-page paper recapping your ELO experience. Include the TITLE of the E

Write a one-page paper recapping your ELO experience. Include the TITLE of the ELO and the DATE. No title/date means no credit.
What was it about?
What did you enjoy about it?
Did you learn anything new?
How will this impact your development as a filmmaker/artist/human?
Submit as a PDF.
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3. Compare and contrast the evolution of the European studio system before the F

3. Compare and contrast the evolution of the European studio system before the First World War by focusing on France versus Denmark. Identify and contextualize the key companies, their leaders, and their output (i.e. which films of theirs did we see and why?); elaborate on their path to cinema and their key activities; talk about how they did, or did not, incorporate vertical and horizontal integration (and define these terms); and elaborate on their financial and artistic strategy. Additionally, how does this model hold up in today’s media landscape, do you see any major analogies or differences?
– Include correct names, film titles, and dates as much as possible
– Build up an argumentation in your own words, referencing readings and films that I uploaded(check the film ‘reading and film list’). No copy-pasting from other texts.
– CLOSELY Check all files that I uploaded.
-600 word answers per question max.

 

 

3. Compare and contrast the evolution of the European studio system before the F

3. Compare and contrast the evolution of the European studio system before the First World War by focusing on France versus Denmark. Identify and contextualize the key companies, their leaders, and their output (i.e. which films of theirs did we see and why?); elaborate on their path to cinema and their key activities; talk about how they did, or did not, incorporate vertical and horizontal integration (and define these terms); and elaborate on their financial and artistic strategy. Additionally, how does this model hold up in today’s media landscape, do you see any major analogies or differences?
– Include correct names, film titles, and dates as much as possible
– Build up an argumentation in your own words, referencing readings and films that I uploaded(check the film ‘reading and film list’). No copy-pasting from other texts.
– CLOSELY Check all files that I uploaded.
-600 word answers per question max.

 

 

1. What is cinema, when is cinema? Please provide me with your very own definiti

1. What is cinema, when is cinema? Please provide me with your very own definition of cinema based on your media consumption habits, your understanding of cinema from this course, and the texts you have read so far. Once you have outlined your definition, deduce which (pre)cinematic invention aligns most closely with your definition, who was behind the invention, when it was invented, and how this stacks up – or does not – with the views on the birth of cinema by Gaudreault and Gunning, and Bordwell and Thompson, respectively.
– Include correct names, film titles, and dates as much as possible
– Build up an argumentation in your own words, referencing examples(readings and films) that I uploaded or listed on the file. No copy-pasting from other texts.
– CLOSELY check all readings that I uploaded. The file ‘reading and film list’ will be helpful.

 

 

2. What is the significance of the year 1908 for cinema when it comes to legitim

2. What is the significance of the year 1908 for cinema when it comes to legitimizing the medium and investigating its past, present, and future aesthetics, and how do Ricciotto Canudo and the film Fauno tie into this?
– Include correct names, film titles, and dates as much as possible
– Build up an argumentation in your own words, referencing examples(readings and films) that I uploaded. No copy-pasting from other texts.
-CLOSELY check all readings that I uploaded. The file reading and film list will be helpful.
– 600 word answers per question max.

 

 

The first piece of assessment consists of a 1,500 word essay with set requiremen

The first piece of assessment consists of a 1,500 word essay with set requirements. Set questions are given below. The questions are drawn upon key ideas and themes explored by the guest lecturers. Please do not change the wording of the question you have chosen and write the question IN FULL on the first page of the essay. Essay Requirements: You should address one of the six questions below in 1,500 words. In academic coursework you have an allowance of 10% over or under this word length requirement. You should include your essay outline when submitting your essay. The essay outline should be at the top of the essay, just under the essay title. The outline should be up to 150 words; this is not included in the word count of the essay. The outline should also demonstrate that you have a clear essay structure, ie. a) an introduction (b) a main body of argument and analysis, divided into short, distinct paragraphs; and (c) a conclusion which clearly and succinctly summarises your answer to your chosen question. Here are the seminar slides on essay structure to help you with drawing up your essay outline. You should draw upon and cite at least two readings allocated to your chosen question. These readings can be found on the course’s moodle page, in the ‘Additional Resources’ section at the bottom page of each week’s session. You will need to show evidence that you have engaged with the readings meaningfully and critically. Please make sure the referencing and the citation is Harvard format. Also i attached 3 readings that will help you and you can use as referencing. Theres also a lecture recording which can help you but i cant attach it here. so i could send it to you through email.

 

 

The first piece of assessment consists of a 1,500 word essay with set requiremen

The first piece of assessment consists of a 1,500 word essay with set requirements. Set questions are given below. The questions are drawn upon key ideas and themes explored by the guest lecturers. Please do not change the wording of the question you have chosen and write the question IN FULL on the first page of the essay. Essay Requirements: You should address one of the six questions below in 1,500 words. In academic coursework you have an allowance of 10% over or under this word length requirement. You should include your essay outline when submitting your essay. The essay outline should be at the top of the essay, just under the essay title. The outline should be up to 150 words; this is not included in the word count of the essay. The outline should also demonstrate that you have a clear essay structure, ie. a) an introduction (b) a main body of argument and analysis, divided into short, distinct paragraphs; and (c) a conclusion which clearly and succinctly summarises your answer to your chosen question. Here are the seminar slides on essay structure to help you with drawing up your essay outline. You should draw upon and cite at least two readings allocated to your chosen question. These readings can be found on the course’s moodle page, in the ‘Additional Resources’ section at the bottom page of each week’s session. You will need to show evidence that you have engaged with the readings meaningfully and critically. Please make sure the referencing and the citation is Harvard format. Also i attached 3 readings that will help you and you can use as referencing. Theres also a lecture recording which can help you but i cant attach it here. so i could send it to you through email.

 

 

In your paper, Identify your selected film, including writer, director, year of

In your paper,
Identify your selected film, including writer, director, year of release, and genre. (the film is The Hate U Give)
Briefly summarize the film in which you apply your knowledge of the difference between the film’s story and its plot.
Describe one of the broad theories you have learned about in class (auteur theory, genre theory, formalist theory) and analyze your selected film through that lens.
Evaluate the use of three specific techniques and design elements employed in the film as they contribute to the overarching narrative and theme of the film. This can include elements of mise-en-scène (e.g., lighting, sound, composition of frame, costuming, etc.) and editing (e.g., cuts and transitions, shots used, angles, etc.).
Describe the connection between this film and society (i.e., politically or culturally, positive or negative) and draw conclusions about its impact.

 

 

WEEK ONE ASSIGNMENTS: When saving your document, save it with your last name-Wee

WEEK ONE ASSIGNMENTS:
When saving your document, save it with your last name-Week # – assignment name, i.e., Skerbelis-Week1-CompCoverage.
WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENT – C: Read “BLACK DOG” previous coverage and then read the screenplay of “BLACK DOG.” Prepare comparison coverage cover top sheet comparing the earlier draft (“Black Dog” coverage) to the later draft of the screenplay you read. See handout in week one (Truth About Cats & Dogs) for an example of comparison coverage.
Use bullet points or numbers to briefly note what has significantly changed and is new in the scriipt you are reading. List at least seven changes. You don’t need to write, “In the scriipt,” instead, just write what the change is you are identifying. Make sure you include on the top sheet the submission information, logline, box scores and recommendation call. For this assignment, you do not need to write a Comments section. Only list the changes. If your changes go onto a second page, still make sure your box scores and recommendation call are placed on the top sheet. Do not add page numbers or dialogue changes – stick to the significant changes.
The important thing about this assignments is that you are reading the Black Dog screenplay carefully and then comparing it against the Black Dog coverage that was written for a previous Black Dog screenplay before the newer draft of the screenplay you are reading. You need to list what is new or different in the screenplay.

 

 

Guidelines: First formal writing. Aim at three to four paragraphs with the firs

Guidelines:
First formal writing. Aim at three to four paragraphs with the first or introduction the summary, followed by your reflection which should be the major part of your short paper. Focus on: does the depicted society include or exclude disabled individuals? Based on what values? Do the protagonists share these values? What goals do they have? Do you share their values? Etc.
Minimum 500 words or c. 1 page, maximum 2 pages, font 12 pt times, double-spaced, 1”-margins. MLA style preferred, that means for example no page breaks for title and references. Add word count and film information at the end. See rubric and sample papers for evaluation.
Format for reference of Film on DVD:
Title of Movie. Contributor(s). Publisher/Production Company, Year of Release.
Example: The Usual Suspects. Directed by Bryan Singer, performances by Kevin Spacey, Gabriel Byrne, Chazz Palminteri, Stephen Baldwin, and Benicio Del Toro. Polygram, 1995.
Grading: see rubric for introductory writing.
If seen on a streaming service, include the name at the end. URL is not needed. For example:
Ready Player One. Directed by Steven Spielberg, Warner Bros., 2018. Netflix.
If you cite from the film, it is not necessary to add a time stamp, but if you do follow this example:
(Title of Movie Start Time of Relevant Section-End Time of Section); example
(The Usual Suspects 01:15:15-01:20:03).
If you forgot names etc., sites such as imdb have data on films, names of characters, etc., for example Buddies:
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1179259/