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Week Three

This is where you will find the discussions for Week Three.

Remember that the evaluation guidelines are to begin early in the week, be frequent (which means doing more than the minimum, post on three or more days during the week) and write substantive posts (which means more than simple agreements) that add to the body of knowledge. Posts that can be read as simple agreements and/or repetitive of the original post will not earn points.

Posts on Sunday will not count as significantly, regardless of the number of posts; so don't wait to post.

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WEEK THREE, TOPIC 1

Unlocked: Monday, July 2, 2018 12:01 AM EDT - Sunday, July 8, 2018 11:59 PM EDT.

Watch an American theatrically released live-action film made in the last 25 years from one of the following genres – Melodrama, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror or Comedy. No animated films or documentaries. It cannot be from the genre that your favorite movie is from (or the genre you told us was your favorite in week one). If you neglected to respond to that discussion, you must include it here to be credited for this discussion.

Number your answers and place on separate lines.

1. What does it have in common with the films of that genre in the week three content? (These films are at the bottom of the list on the Week Three Learning Resources link).

2. How is the film different?

How does sound play a part in the film you watched? Identify at least 3 scenes when sound (not silence) stands out in the film. Do not include dialogue. Do not repeat sounds/music. If you use music for one entry, select other sounds for the additional entries. Detail each sound. Don’t just classify it, describe what we hear. And then explain what and how it communicates.

Number each scene (3-5) and place on separate lines with your responses.

Respond to at least two of your classmates. This represents the minimum effort, equivalent to 70% when also meeting the requirements noted in the forum.

Spell-check and proof your posts. This will count in your assessment.

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WEEK THREE, TOPIC 2

Unlocked: Monday, July 2, 2018 12:01 AM EDT - Sunday, July 8, 2018 11:59 PM EDT.

Censorship in film has played an important role in commercial moviemaking.

Number your answers.

  1. Do you think the film you watched for this week’s first discussion question would have been allowed to be released with the same content in 1950? Why or why not?
  1. Do you think the film you watched for this week’s first discussion question would have been allowed to be released with the same content in 1980? Why or why not?

This will speak to different rating structures (Production Code and the MPPA Ratings) in place during those different years.

You'll need to do some research on rating systems to answer this question.

Respond to at least two of your classmates. This represents the minimum effort, equivalent to a 70% when also meeting the requirements noted in the forum.

Spell-check and proof your posts. This will count in your assessment.

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Week Four

This is where you will find the discussions for Week Four.

Remember that the evaluation guidelines are to begin early in the week, be frequent (which means doing more than the minimum, post on three or more days during the week) and write substantive posts (which means more than simple agreements) that add to the body of knowledge. Posts that can be read as simple agreements and/or repetitive of the original post will not earn points.

Posts on Sunday will not count as significantly, regardless of the number of posts; so don't wait to post.

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WEEK FOUR, ONLY TOPIC

Unlocked: Monday, July 9, 2018 12:01 AM EDT - Sunday, July 15, 2018 11:59 PM EDT.

Watch an American theatrically released live-action Western or a Musical film made in the last 30 years. No animated films or documentaries. It cannot be from the genre that your favorite movie is from (the film you told us was your favorite in week one). If you didn't respond to the Introduction Discussion in Week One, you will have to identify your favorite film/genre here to be credited for this discussion. This will also impact last week's response, which assumed that first week participation.

Number your answers and place on separate lines.

  1. What does it have in common with the films of that genre in the Week Four content? Be specific! Use the Week Four Learning Resources Link bottom of the list.
  2. How is the film different? Be specific.
  3. How does Cinematography or Special Effects play a part in the film you watched?

Then identify at least 3 scenes (Number 4-6) when one of these stands out in the film and explain why. Do not repeat filmmaking elements. Include the following in these answers:

  1. Detail these answers and explain what the effects or cinematography communicate.
  2. How do they communicate what you suggest?

Respond to at least two of your classmates. This represents the minimum effort, equivalent to 70% when also meeting the requirements noted in the forum.

Spell-check and proof your posts. This will count in your assessment.

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FILM ESSAY PAPER 1 PROGRESS CRITIQUE AND REVIEW

Unlocked: Monday, July 9, 2018 12:01 AM EDT - Sunday, July 15, 2018 11:59 PM EDT.

Identify your film selection.

Please post 1 or 2 sample paragraphs fulfilling the four-step process of your Paper 1 here.

Your instructor will provide a critique of your work for 1 or 2 sample paragraphs posted by Wednesday, July 11. You may still post after that date for review by your classmates.

Critique 2 classmate's work. Make sure you are certain about the requirements before you attempt to evaluate a classmate's work and/or offer confirmation about their writing. You don't want them to find out after the fact that you both were off base and that you wrote "Good job" for something that wasn't.

Materials posted after Wednesday night are too late for instructor review.

Samples must be posted before your final submission to your assignment folder to earn credit.

For this discussion, you will only need 3 posts to earn all of the points. Your 3 posts will include your main post [Paper One paragraph(s)] and 2 substantive classmate reviews.

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Week Five

This is where you will find the discussions for Week Five.

Remember that the evaluation guidelines are to begin early in the week, be frequent (which means doing more than the minimum, post on three or more days during the week) and write substantive posts (which means more than simple agreements) that add to the body of knowledge. Posts that can be read as simple agreements and/or repetitive of the original post will not earn points.

Posts on Sunday will not count as significantly, regardless of the number of posts; so don't wait to post.

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WEEK FIVE, ONLY TOPIC

Unlocked: Monday, July 16, 2018 12:01 AM EDT - Sunday, July 22, 2018 11:59 PM EDT.

Watch either an American theatrically released live-action War film (No animated films or documentaries) made in the last 25 years or a Neo Noir film from the list, Neo Noir Films 1982 - 1999.pdf (It cannot be your favorite movie).

Follow the scheme and number/letter your answers accordingly.

1. If you watched a War film, what does it have in common with the War films in the Week Five Learning Resources films 1940-1960? Be specific!

2. How are they different? Be specific!

or

1. If you watched a Neo Noir film, what does it have in common with the Film Noir films in the Week Five Learning Resources films 1940-1960? (other than being in color)? Be specific!

2. How are they different? Be specific!

How does color (not lighting) play a part in the film you watched for this week?

3. Identify at least three scenes when color stands out in the film. Identify one specific coloronly in each scene, its use and how it works to the end that you suggest.

Number and list those 3a, 3b & 3c on separate lines.

Additionally:

4. Does there seem to be a dominate color or does a color seem to be missing from the film?

5. If yes, what is that color and do you think it has an impact on the film? If not, why not?

6. If you did not see a dominate color or a color that seems to be missing from the film, describe an additional point in the film when color does play a part. Detail your answer as noted above.

Respond to at least two of your classmates. This represents the minimum effort, equivalent to 70% when also meeting the three requirements noted in the forum.

Spell-check and proof your posts. This will count in your assessment.

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Week Six

This is where you will find the discussions for Week Six.

Remember that the evaluation guidelines are to begin early in the week, be frequent (which means doing more than the minimum, post on three or more days during the week) and write substantive posts (which means more than simple agreements) that add to the body of knowledge. Posts that can be read as simple agreements and/or repetitive of the original post will not earn points.

Posts on Sunday will not count as significantly, regardless of the number of posts; so don't wait to post.

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WEEK SIX, ONLY TOPIC

Unlocked: Monday, July 23, 2018 12:01 AM EDT - Sunday, July 29, 2018 11:59 PM EDT.

Watch an American theatrically released live-action movie (not animated or documentary) made between 1970 – 1990 that you have not already seen for this class and answer the following questions.

Identify the film.

List and number all of your scenes on separate lines.

1-3 Identify at least 3 scenes when lighting (not color) stands out in the film. What does it communicate/ How does it communicate what you suggest? Detail your answers. If you can't find three, choose another film. You have to thoroughly answer these questions.

You will have 3 numbered answers in total on separate lines. Do not combine them in one paragraph.

Also, respond to at least two of your classmates. Add to their understanding. This represents the minimum effort, equivalent to 70% when also meeting the requirements noted in the forum.

Spell-check and proof your posts. This will count in your assessment. Read your previous evaluations and don't repeat mistakes.

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FILM ESSAY PAPER 2 CRITIQUE AND REVIEW

Unlocked: Monday, July 23, 2018 12:01 AM EDT - Sunday, July 29, 2018 11:59 PM EDT.

Identify your film selection.

Please post 1 or 2 sample paragraphs fulfilling the four-step process of your Paper 1 here.

Your instructor will provide a critique of your work for 1 or 2 sample paragraphs posted by Wednesday, July 25. You may still post after that date for review by your classmates.

Critique 2 classmate's work. Make sure you are certain about the requirements before you attempt to evaluate a classmate's work and/or offer confirmation about their writing. You don't want them to find out after the fact that you both were off base and that you wrote "Good job" for something that wasn't.

Materials posted after Wednesday night are too late for instructor review.

Samples must be posted before your final submission to your assignment folder to earn credit.

For this discussion, you will only need 3 posts to earn all of the points. Your 3 posts will include your main post [Paper One paragraph(s)] and 2 substantive classmate reviews.

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Week Seven

This is where you will find the discussion for Week Seven.

Remember that the evaluation guidelines are to begin early in the week, be frequent (which means doing more than the minimum, post on three or more days during the week) and write substantive posts (which means more than simple agreements) that add to the body of knowledge. Posts that can be read as simple agreements and/or repetitive of the original post will not earn points.

Posts on Sunday will not count as significantly, regardless of the number of posts; so don't wait to post.

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WEEK SEVEN, ONLY TOPIC

Unlocked: Monday, July 30, 2018 12:01 AM EDT - Sunday, August 5, 2018 11:59 PM EDT.

Watch a film that won an Oscar associated with its screenplay. Click here to see a list.

Make sure you select a film from the winners list and not the nomination list. Double-check your selection.

Identify the film.

Write 4 - 5 paragraphs about why you think this film won an Oscar for its screenplay. Explain your reasoning. This will not be about the filmmaking or performances.

Respond to at least 2 of your classmates. This represents the minimum effort, equivalent to a 70% when also meeting the requirements noted in the forum.

Spell-check and proof your posts. This will count in your assessment.

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Week Eight

This is where you will find the discussion for Week Eight.

Reminder there are no posts on Sunday this week.

week 8 reflections

Unlocked: Monday, August 6, 2018 12:01 AM EDT - Saturday, August 11, 2018 11:59 PM EDT.

Finally, you get to talk about your favorite film that you named in Week One.

1. Tell us why it is 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. After this course, will you see you favorite film in a different light? Why or why not?

Respond to at least two of your classmates..

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Week Three Topic 1 Discussion
The Matrix 1999
1) Common features of the film;
Sound is an important factor in every aspect of film making, in fact ever since the
invention of sound particularly in the editing of films tremendous changes have occurred
to the fullest. Sound occurs in three major phases when integrated in a film, these are;
music, sound effects and the voice of humans. The essence of this is to ensure reality to
the audience is enhanced.
2) The differences in the film;
The matrix exhibits a lot of differences particularly with the sound effects when
compared with the films in week one, the mul...

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