Film Genres Worksheet, University of Phoenix Material assignment help

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Film Genres

Choose a movie that you have viewed in the past and can re-watch to complete the below worksheet. Please refer to our course readings.

Part I: Examining Narrative at least 300 words



Identify the story/plot of your film.

Describe the characters.

What are the audience’s expectations for your film?

How does the film create a sense of time?

How does the film create a sense of space?

How can you characterize the perspective?

Part II: A Look at Genres at least 525 words



What are the conventions of your film’s genre?

What are some of the formulas/myths of your film’s genre?

What are the audience’s expectations for your film?

What are the six genres and corresponding film components of each?

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Examining Narrative


Identify the story/plot of

The follow-up to Batman begins as the new Attorney Harvey

your film

Dent and Lt, Jim Gordon unite to help Batman destroy organized
crime in Gotham City. However, the three find themselves prey
to a mysterious criminal mastermind known as the Joker who
rises and throws the city into a new wave of chaos that brings
Batman closer to crossing the line between hero and vigilante as
he struggles to fight injustice in the city (Reinhart, 2013).

Describe the characters

The character types include a bat-masked vigilante who commits
himself to protect the Gotham City from criminals. The Joker
who is the leader of the villains is a psychopathic criminal
mastermind who can be described as an agent of chaos. Chaotic
characters who terrorizes the Gotham City and throws it into
anarchy. Honest, virtuous, incorruptible and strong characters
whose heroic nature is understated by an outsider. A crime boss
who can be described as a twisted vigilante and an independent
idealistic assistant district attorney who is devoted to put all the
suspected criminals behind bars. The other characters portrayed
in the film act as either confidants and agents of betrayal, all of

whom contribute to the plot and theme of the film (Pramaggiore
& Wallis, 2005).
What are the audience’s

The audience expect the film to deliver an intense thrilling

expectations for your film?

action-filled experience with sharp intakes of breath, gripping of
armrests with intense concentration and focus. For most part, the
film managed to deliver just that (Kawin, 2012).

How does the film create a

The film creates a sense of time through sequencing, pacing,

sense of time?

lighting, looping as well as the frequency with which shots are
made which help the audience in developing different
perceptions of time (Reinhart, 20...

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