1. examine its complete evolutionary cycle–Primitive, Classical, Revisionist, Parodic–illustrating these with examples of films, film technique, mise en scène, etc. be written exclusively in the third-person voice, double-spaced, 12-point font, and be five pages minimum. employ no less than five sources, which will include films, as well as articles, textbooks, reference works, etc. have an interesting title that captures the reader’s attention and clearly indicates which topic you are addressing. avoid all plot summaries (do not describe the film’s storyline) use the terminology we have employed throughout the course document all research with in-text citations and a works cited page in MLA format (please review the “MLA Resources” page in our course for a refresher about MLA format)
In his chapter ‘The Question of Genre in Cult Film and Fandom’, Matt Hills notes that ‘what requires study’ in each ‘instance is the extent to which any “cult” is actually designated a cult, by whom, and with what further cultural repercussions or appropriations’ (Hills, 2007, p.448). This essay should trace the history of The Thing’s rise to cult status, from initial release onwards. You will need to draw on and analyse not only the film itself but also the way it has been received, approached and assessed over time, in reviews, online fan discussion, and in marketing material (trailers, interviews, DVD commentaries). Drawing on and responding to this argument, your assignment should trace the history of one relevant film or television programme’s rise to cult status, from initial release onwards. In order to do this, you will need to draw on and analyse not only the film/TV programme itself but also the way it has been received, approached and assessed, over time, in reviews, online fan discussion, and in marketing material (trailers, DVD commentaries, interviews) accompanying its release and re-releases in different formats (video, DVD, Blu-ray, video on demand). Many thanks
1. why it is Bird Box your favorite film. 2. Talk about the interconnection between the aesthetic and the technical aspects of the film. This should include at least seven of the following: Editing, Film Structure, Cinematography, Lighting, Colors, Screenwriting, Special effects, Sound, and Music. 3. will you see your favorite film Bird Box in a different light? Why or why not?
A writer can make up the topics. 3 .LGBTQ representation on television after Stone Wall riots, 2500 words 4.Should select a “chick flick” or a star persona and subject it to an intersectional analysis (if you choose the film option explain why the film you choose fits the category) ” for Contemporary issues in film course, 2500 words
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