INTRODUCTION TO FILM STUDIES -Essay

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Assignment brief:

Produce a short mise-en-sc�ne (including actor performance) analysis of the chosen sequence
(link provided below), taken from “Casablanca (1942)”.

This analytic essay should clearly indicate how the mise-en-sc�ne in this sequence helps to shape the representation of “social class” � in the chosen film as a whole.

The word limit for this assignment is 1500 words.

Please provide a time code, which is

01:12:19 – 01:14:07

full movie is: 01:45:08

one source. ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yt1vQ81jNWw )
1:44

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Apocalyptic future of earth and its inhabitants: An apocalyptical comparison between Wall-E and and I Am Legend -Research paper

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Please write a research paper on how apocalypticm is represented in both the movie Wall E and I am Legend.

This could include discussion of major themes, such as what is humanity main concern?

How should we live? What is at stake and for whom? Whose values are represented?

Also compare how the main character takes control being the last creature in the planet.

Who has the power and how they obtain or maintain it? etc.

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SEPARATE BUT EQUAL PAPER-Essay

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SEPARATE BUT EQUAL PAPER
Instructions This paper involves watching a video about the historic Supreme Court Decision concerning school segregation. The name of the video is SEPARATE BUT EQUAL and features Sydney Poitier and Burt Lancaster. You can find this video at the NDSU library (they have 7 copies so return the video right away for other students to use) and at Concordia Library and some video stores. Call first to save yourself time.
You should discuss the case and clearly outline (follow the format shown below to get all the points possible) the arguments and supporting data for each side presented. Make sure you label both sides and list and number points made by the lead attorneys Thurgood Marshall and John Davis. The Supreme Court Justices struggled with their decision on this case too. Make sure you outline and label the two different sides to the Justice’s decision making process also.This paper should be about 3-4 double spaced pages long. You should set up your paper like this.

For example:

Start with a few paragraphs about the case. What was it about, who were the people involved, how did the case progress…

Then outline the arguments of the two lead attorneys.

Thurgood Marshall – attorney for NAACP – He was against segregation.
Points he made are:
1) Separate is not equal.
2) The 14th amendment states…

John Davis- attorney for the State-He was for segregation.
Points he made are:
1) Plessy v. Ferguson dictates "separate but equal" accommodations were reasonable.
2) Desegregation would be harmful to black children.

Then outline the arguments of the Supreme Court Justices telling what they were thinking.

Justices for desegregation- they made statements like:
1) Separate schools are inherently unequal.

Justices for segregation- they made statements like:
1) Chaos would result if the schools were desegregated.

End with a summation paragraph, who won, what were the turning points, why was this important for the future of our country, did you like this film?

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Movie observation cinematography, acting and effects-Essay

movies
#1- a late quartet
#2-argo
#3-Anna karenina(year 2010-2011)
#4-mahler on a couch
#5-Gregory crewdson – brief encounters

watch each movie carefully and see any kinds of mistakes or things that can be appreciated in terms of filming, acting, audio, cinematography..this is not a movie review, it is a detailed analysis of the movie no introduction is needed.. one page double spaced per movie

A documentary about Georgia O;keefe

Film on Georgia O’keefeWatch A documentary about Georgia O;keefe ( I will post the decumentry on he end of the page) and than answer this questions!

1- What was the artist’s creative process? ( Describe it.

2- what role, does the subconscious play in here themes or subjects do u think?

3- are her works at all surreal if we were to employ a freudian characterization or interoperation?

4- what does O’kefee have to say regarding the content of her landscapes? are there sexual themes or allusions present?

5-can we accept at face value the artist’s interpretation of her works or are those who attribute greater meaning? Valid?

http://www.4shared.com/video/eTg8iLqK/GLA602_George_O_Keffe.html