Theis essay will vary by topic, but both must deconstruct the films selected for

Theis essay will vary by topic, but both must deconstruct the films selected for this assignment. Close
examina/on should be on the prevailing social and poli/cal astudes each film explores, and what, if any, affect this
had on visual aesthe/cs of each work.
Addi/onally, these cri/cisms should be thoughtul, scholarly, and not subjec/ve opinion pieces as to whether one
“liked” the film(s) or not.
Use the film Easy Rider

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Create a Blog post for Penny Dreadful Season 1, Episodes 5 & 6 First section abo

Create a Blog post for Penny Dreadful Season 1, Episodes 5 & 6
First section about Penny Dreadful Season 1, Episodes 5
Second section about Penny Dreadful Season 1, Episodes 6
Attached are instructions on the type of blog that should be written.
You can find Penny Dreadful online for free.

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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.

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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/

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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/

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For this assignment, consider the following questions: What were your initial re

For this assignment, consider the following questions:
What were your initial reactions to La Bamba and Mi Familia/My Family. Was there a favorite scene, or a scene that stood out to you? Why do you think these two films were such mainstream successes? Both Luis Valdez (director of La Bamba) and Gregory Nava (director of My Family) introduce Mexican American families to the big screen! Nava’s beautiful depiction of the Sanchez family against the backdrop of various historical events, and Valdez’ depiction of the story of Ritchie Valens at the height of the Rock & Roll era. Was there something new you learned about Mexican American culture/history through these films? If not, what do you think of Nava’s or Valdez depiction of Mexican American culture/history? In what ways do you or do you not relate to the Sanchez or Valens family? Were there any Latinx stereotypes revisited in this film? (You don’t need to answer all questions, just consider them for your response).

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For this assignment, consider the following questions: What were your initial re

For this assignment, consider the following questions:
What were your initial reactions to La Bamba and Mi Familia/My Family. Was there a favorite scene, or a scene that stood out to you? Why do you think these two films were such mainstream successes? Both Luis Valdez (director of La Bamba) and Gregory Nava (director of My Family) introduce Mexican American families to the big screen! Nava’s beautiful depiction of the Sanchez family against the backdrop of various historical events, and Valdez’ depiction of the story of Ritchie Valens at the height of the Rock & Roll era. Was there something new you learned about Mexican American culture/history through these films? If not, what do you think of Nava’s or Valdez depiction of Mexican American culture/history? In what ways do you or do you not relate to the Sanchez or Valens family? Were there any Latinx stereotypes revisited in this film? (You don’t need to answer all questions, just consider them for your response).

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(having Punjabi background may find easier to do this one) Please choose one of

(having Punjabi background may find easier to do this one)
Please choose one of the films:
1. Angrej (Englishman): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2vcDRAdf5I&t=1084s
2. Dolls (Guddiya Patole), relates to Femininity in Punjab: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGvJdBm4-E4&ab_channel=CinemaHub
3. Boys from the UK (Munde UK De), in terms of Masculinity & Ideas of Belonging: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peLUkB6Bdjg&ab_channel=DekhteRahOo%21%E2%96%B6%EF%B8%8F
Analyze one film and show your understanding of the film in relation to 2 sources (one of which must be an assigned reading from the class, the other can be lecture notes or an additional reading).
In this assignment, you DO NOT explain whether or not you like the film. Take an idea from the readings and use it to understand the film. (250-500 words)
I will post corresponding readings(you don’t need all, depends on which film you choose). I sorta rush into this one, I aim for something around 60%~65%. There will be 4 writings assignment in future if you want to help please give me your id(especially if you have a Punjabi background). Definitely will post in advance for future writings.
Thank you

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The two films I have picked are The Caine Mutiny (1954) and The Joker (2019). Bo

The two films I have picked are The Caine Mutiny (1954) and The Joker (2019). Both films depict some sort of mental health issue.
Write about how the two films you’ve selected depict your Final Project topic and address the following:
How do these films influence American culture now and when they were released?
How are these films similar, and how are they different, in the presentation of your topic?
How do these films affect you personally?
Assume your reader does not know anything about these movies. Give a simple, short synopsis and then comment on the films. Feel confident in using a personal narrative about how you experience this movie, but always look for specific evidence from what you see and hear in the movie to support your feelings and thoughts.
Feel free to use outside sources to support your remarks, if necessary. REMEMBER: This is not a research paper. I am interested in what you have to say, not in what you can learn by reading up on what others have written about these films.
The paper should be 4-6 pages long and double spaced with 11- or 12-point font. Title pages, graphs, pictures, and any footnotes or bibliography do not count toward the length of the paper. Any bibliography should be written in MLA format.

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For this assignment, you will screen another realist film and consider its reali

For this assignment, you will screen another realist film and consider its realism. All of your choices (listed below) are available to stream for free on Kanopy.
Once you have screened your movie, I want you to respond to it in the context of this unit. How does the film express itself “realistically” and by what standards of realism? Maybe the production choices reflect this realism, and/or the acting or subject matter. How does it compare to Italian neorealism? How does it make use of realism for its own purposes? What are the intentions of your film’s realism, do you think? How does its construction of realism reflect the culture and moment of its production? You needn’t answer all the above questions; they are meant to give you direction.
You will submit your essay on Canvas.
UMBERTO D. (Vittorio De Sica, 1952, Italy) — another classic of Italian neorealism, by the director of Bicycle Thieves.
ROME: OPEN CITY: (Roberto Rossellini, 1945, Italy) — considered the first Italian neorealism film, it was shot with film scraps on a microbudget just as World War II was ending.
LIFE AND NOTHING MORE (Antonio Méndez Esparza, 2017, Spain/US) — this is by the same director who did Aqui y Alla but is set in the US and focuses on a young Black man and his family.
POETRY (Chang-dong Lee, 2010, South Korea) — quiet, haunting take on aging, Alzheimer’s, and more.
WANDA (Barbara Loden, 1970, US) — this classic of 1970s cinema features a housewife in Pennsylvania’s ‘rust belt’ leaving her husband and children in search of something or nothing at all.
LA STRADA (Federico Fellini, 1954, Italy) — Fellini transcended realism throughout his career, but his roots are Italian neorealism, and we’re reminded of this in the film that first brought him international fame.
THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS (Gillo Pontecorvo, 1966, Algeria/Italy) is a classic documentary-style film showing the Algerian revolution from both sides.
PATHER PANCHALI (Satyajit Ray, 1955, India/Bengal) — Satyajit Ray took inspiration from Bicycle Thieves to make his debut film about a boy and his family struggling in a Bengali village.
Formatting: 2-3 pages (double-spaced), 1” margins, and 12-point font. Word Doc. is best suited for Canvas, but pdfs can work in a pinch, too.
Citation/Research:No citations or research are required for this assignment. Feel free to read some about the films, to help you make your choice and to give you some background on the film, but do not rely on or use secondary sources; write in your own voice at all times.
Kanopy: username:
Login information will be available for the assigned writer.
Note: you can sign in to the Kanopy to watch the film for free.
“Wanda” is a film that I choose for the essay.

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