Describe a project that you worked on with multiple collaborators that left you feeling proud and fulfilled.

Collaborative essay prompt:
Describe a project that you worked on with multiple collaborators that left you feeling proud and fulfilled. Discuss your role in the project and explain why this collaboration was successful. Then, describe another collaborative project that left you unsatisfied. Discuss your role in the project and explain why this collaboration frustrated you. Finally, summarize what you learned from each of these experiences and describe the lessons you learned that inspire your future collaborations.
Please revise my essay to a one-page compelling essay following the prompt and give an opening and conclusion. Add details and makeup stories to make the essay more vivid if you need it.
AVOID WORD REPETITION -One thing that can wreck the STYLE of any answer is the repeated use of the same word, or even a variation on that word, especially in the same sentence, when that repetition is not done intentionally or for effect. CREATE WORD PICTURES -That means using evocative word choices (use action verbs, use illustrative adjectives). Write in a way that paints a picture in the reader’s mind in such a way that would compel someone to engage in the story.

How do you see the film program benefiting your long-term career goals?

https://cinema.usc.edu/production/index.cfm
Take a look at the program website and revise the essay to a completed and compelling essay(combine everything into one essay.) Apply movies or books for the explanation. Each paragraph should use the central idea and talk about one theme: seeing and embracing the difference that I am a woman. Revise the topic sentence. Why become a storyteller? How do movies/films impact me?
Cinematic Arts Personal Statement Requirement: The Cinematic Arts Personal Statement
will be read by the admissions committee as a measure of creativity, self-awareness, and vision.
We are looking for a sense of you as a unique individual and how your distinctive experiences,
characteristics, background, values, and/or views of the world have shaped who you are and
what you want to say as a creative filmmaker. We want to know about the kind of stories you
want to tell. Bear in mind that enthusiasm for watching films, descriiptions of your favorite films,
and involvement in the filmmaking process are common in most candidates. As a result, we
encourage you to focus on your individuality. It’s our chance to get to know you better as a
storyteller and person. This is your chance to tell us your story.
The majority of the narrative statement should tell us:
About your own unique story. What shaped you as a person? What is important to you about the stories you want to tell? The goal is to get to know you as a person and as a storyteller outside of your resume and professional accomplishments. We’d also like you to touch upon the following questions in a meaningful way in your statement as well: Why are you applying for this specific discipline? What people/movies/art inspire you in that field? What is your experience as a collaborator in the filmmaking process? How do you see the film program benefiting your long-term career goals?
AVOID WORD REPETITION -One thing that can wreck the STYLE of any answer is the repeated use of the same word, or even a variation on that word, especially in the same sentence, when that repetition is not done intentionally or for effect. CREATE WORD PICTURES -That means using evocative word choices (use action verbs, use illustrative adjectives). Write in a way that paints a picture in the reader’s mind in such a way that would compel someone to engage in the story.

Write a substantive post that reflects on the assigned reading for the course-we had a little real estate problem.

Write a substantive post that reflects on the assigned reading for the course-We Had A Little Real Estate Problem. Please read pages 2-64 as required reading. The rest of the book is optional but compelling.
Your post should reflect on at least two stories of different comics from the reading and discuss the concept of “Punching Up and Punching Down” as it applies to each comic you write about. Please listen to this podcast to understand the concept of “Punching Up and Punching Down”.
This is the link for the podcast https://subtitlepod.com/when-did-comedians-start-saying-punching-up-and-punching-down/
The post should be at least 500 words.

Do your best not to describe the events of the film but to explore how she crafted and played out the power dynamics in her film.

The essay should be at least 500 words and no more than 1000 words.
The essay should reflect on the film, “Good on Paper” written by and starring Iliza Shlesinger as Andrea Singer. Specifically, please discuss the character of Andrea Singer and the different power dynamics explored in her relationships in the film. You can focus on one relationship or discuss up to three examples in this essay.
Do your best not to describe the events of the film but to explore how she crafted and played out the power dynamics in her film. Be sure to address whether the “autobiographical” nature of the film impacts the way you perceive the power relationships she creates?

Do not forget to include embedded media (youtube clip or images) that visualizes the example(s) in your post.

PLEASE READ EVERYTHING CAREFULLY!
You can make my response short, also the repost post. Enough to fit on one page. Thank you
Purpose
In the reading, Jon Lewis provides an analysis of how visual editing and soundtrack work together to provide a memorable effect in the baptism sequence in The Godfather. Our discussion for this Module focuses on how editing and sound in Raging Bull masterfully conveys the tragic life of boxer Jake La Motta.
Instructions
For your Initial Discussion Post due by Sunday 11/13 at 11:59pm, please respond to the following prompt below in a post of at least 300 words. You do not have to address every detail of the prompt, but your post should contribute to the discussion and not merely repeat what has already been posted by your classmates. While I encourage you to offer your personal views of the films in this Module, please refrain from unproductive summaries of story or plot and/or why a film is “good” or “bad.” Assume that everyone in the discussion group has completed the viewing assignment. I suggest that you draft your post in Word first and assume that something may go wrong in Canvas when you hit ‘Post Reply.’
For your Response Post to one classmate due by Sunday 11/13 at 11:59pm, expand the discussion by replying in 75 words or more to at least one classmate’s post. Responses may include describing your own insight related to the post, providing additional information from assigned or outside content, disagreeing respectfully by describing your own interpretation, proposing a new idea, or asking a question. I cannot give full points to posts that merely “like” another post; the response post must demonstrate substantial effort.
IN ADDITION TO WRITING MY POST: (I WILL ADD A CLASSMATE’S POST HERE SO YOU CAN RESPOND BACK) FOR THE RESPONSE POST. THIS IS MY CLASSMATE’S DISCUSSION POST. (PLEASE RESPOND TO HER POST BY USING THE PROFFORS INSTRUCTIONS) CLASSMATE’S POST. (PLEASE RESPOND TO THEIR POST BY USING THE PROFFORS INSTRUCTIONS) RESPOND TO CLASSMATE’S POST! (Write like you’re talking to her.)
Classmate Tiffany’s Post:
The scene I choose from the movie ranging bull is the scene at 25:22. The reason I choose this scene is because it is where the two main protagonists are meeting and I liked the scene and how I can analyze it more. In the scene we can see, that Jake meeting Vickie. The scenes shot is interesting because it kinda hints at a barrier behind the two. Jake is married and Vickie is a minor who seems to be classier than Jake is, it can hint at the wealth and or societal gap between both parties. The reason I found the shot and camera angle to be an editing style is because it showcases two different cameras having to be possibly used. One camera is outside on the street and one is on the inside in the swimming pool area. The editing as well can manipulate the sound of the scene, In some parts you could hear what was being said but in some parts you could not, which I think adds to the suspense and hesitancy of the scene, especially on Vickies part. As the scene went on, the jump cuts and such only added to the movie and can give the viewers a sense of their own interpretation on how to see where the movie will go. For example, when Vickie mentions that she likes Jack’s car, she is then seen in the front passenger seat riding down New York with him. That scene as well can be interpreted as, there is a line down the middle in the car on the windshield, it can be a call back to the couples age gap and how they come from different societal points in the film. These elements identify as what Martin Scorsese’s style is to do some jump cuts and the slow motions and freeze frames which we can see later on in the film.
Your analyses should refer to course materials and reflect on how film style and history function. A post that earns full points will not merely agree with course materials but will visually illustrate ideas in the reading. Do not forget to include embedded media (YouTube clip or images) that visualizes the example(s) in your post. Please make sure that you read all of the posts in your discussion group before posting. I cannot give full points to posts that duplicate examples or YouTube clips. Please limit your posts to no more than 400 words and 1-2 examples to give others a chance to write about key scenes/shots. I suggest that you resize your screenshots and images to ‘Large’ in the ‘Image Options.’ The ‘Image Options’ tag appears above or below an image when you click on it while editing in the Rich Content Editor. Please limit your posts to no more than 400 words and 1-2 examples to give others a chance to write about key scenes/shots. I suggest that you resize your screenshots and images to ‘Large’ in the ‘Image Options.’ The ‘Image Options’ tag appears above or below an image when you click on it while editing in the Rich Content Editor.
Please choose one shot/scene from Raging Bull and embed a screenshot(s) or YouTube clip into your post. Describe how the editing in the scene creates a unique experience for the audience. You may wish to address slow and stop motion, camera position, and/or sound. How do all of these elements work together to create what we may identify as Martin Scorsese’s (and editor Thelma Schoonmaker’s) signature style? You may reference Lewis’s analysis of the baptism sequence in The Godfather for an example of how editing manipulates image and sound to create a unique experience.
Discussion Rubric
To view the grading rubric for this discussion, click on the “more options” icon (3 vertical dots at the top) and then select “show rubric”.a red arrow pointing to 3 vertical dots
Mobile App users: Click Grades, then click into the Discussion. The rubric can then be found on the Grades tab.
Aim for excellence! These are the criteria for what comprises an “Excellent” rating for a discussion post:
Addresses each part of the discussion prompt(s).
Postings demonstrate reflective and critical thinking, not just recitation of information from textbook.
Makes connections to previous or current course content, or to real-life situations.
Contains insightful and thoughtful ideas, connections, or applications.
Makes reference to textbook or other sources when required.
Well-written and free of spelling and grammatical errors.
Includes well-written, thoughtful response(s) to classmates.

How it is affecting your approach to the narrative of “the auteur?”

1000 word minimum (5 pages double spaced) not including title, name, etc. Chicago Manual of Style footnotes.
For this second essay, take what you identified in the first and drill down what you highlighted with further examples from the readings and screenings of weeks 4, 5, and 6. If you focused on say, the internal meaning of his films, then write this second essay as a continuation of the first but supporting it with examples from the following weeks. How has your initial focus matured with additional screenings and readings? Has it become more solidified? Has it been challenged? What reflections can you incorporate into a further analysis of your initial topic? Where does Peck’s auteur status sit with the opportunity to view a wider variety of his filmmaking?
As before, reference the readings that are pertinent to your topic, but be sure to include subsequent readings. Use film examples from class or your own viewing experience to specifically illustrate particular concepts. Consider how your spectatorship and experience of Peck’s corpus is evolving or solidifying. Do you notice any changes? Explore why this is. How is your understanding of him as an auteur (and auteurs in general in the context of their full bodies of work) developing with continued exposure to his work?
Again, the specific topic is up to you. The point of this second essay is to encourage you to go deeper in your analysis and question initial assumptions and challenge initial conclusions. As you view more and more work from a single author, it is inevitable that first impressions and opinions become recontextualized. How do you see that process unfolding here as you take this course? How it is affecting your approach to the narrative of “the auteur?”
Submit as a pdf
You will be writing a continuation of my first original essay which I can provide right here. You will need to log into my canvas and click courses, film authors, modules and scroll down to weeks 4, 5 , and 6 where you can look at the readings and screenings provided. My username and login will be available to the assigned writer. Please let me know asap if you have any questions.
please make sure this essay and my original essay i wrote and linked look similar and look like they are written by the same person which is me.
Links to 4 movies you need to watch:

https://we.tl/t-fgG8u2iIHZ
https://we.tl/t-gc9NKLhJd8
https://we.tl/t-ffMHJTDNBb

Why does, for instance, spike lee stitch together two opposite dutch angles (canted angles) in a given sequence (see do the right thing, for a lot of this kind of disruptive “diagonality” when we get to it).

Submit your sequence analysis from a film of YOUR CHOICE here. BUT the key should be that the sequence should really comprise some meaningful unity of action/time/place. I.e. think carefully about where you start and stop. I am not going to prescribe a length, but there should probably be at least 10 shots in this sequence, unless you can make a convincing case, through your analysis, for a sequence that’s less shots (for instance, a sequence where cutting is replaced by re-framing in a long take).
This is a chance to really show that you understand how/why a sequence is edited together and the emotional, psychological and intellectual impacts that such a sequence can produce. You can use a number of formats–see the Yale Film Analysis guide or my template in the back of the syllabus–but you should be as thorough and technically sophisticated as possible. You really want to suggest to the reader WHY certain decisions are made. I.e. WHY does, for instance, Spike Lee stitch together two opposite dutch angles (canted angles) in a given sequence (see Do The Right Thing, for a lot of this kind of disruptive “diagonality” when we get to it). Or in other words what EFFECT/MEANING does this produce?
That’s just an example. And anyway, you have been doing miniature versions of this over the duration of the course.
Again: see:

Part 6: Analysis


or the syllabus for examples.
The “sequence analysis essay” portion of this page also has some good tips on avoiding plot summary and sticking to how film form creates meaning (although you’re not exactly/necessarily writing a full paper on your sequence, as more or less prescribed here):
https://www.webpages.uidaho.edu/~sflores/Engl230Shot&SequenceAnalysis.html

Write a technology adoption proposal paper emagine entertainment that will implement dolby atmos immersive sound system into more of their theaters.

Write a technology adoption proposal paper Emagine Entertainment that will implement Dolby Atmos Immersive sound system into more of their theaters.
Identifies the new technology.
Addresses how the technology will improve employee and organizational performance
Outlines a basic strategy and process for the adoption and implementation of the new technology.

Watch one or more films from weeks 3, 4, or 5 and write a 1,000 to 1,200-word critical essay analyzing the work(s).

Watch one or more films from weeks 3, 4, or 5 and write a 1,000 to 1,200-word critical essay analyzing the work(s). You must use at least one reading from class to support your work. This is a formal analysis through critical film theory, not a review of the film(s).
Must include bibliography. Must use Chicago Manual of Style.
The film I chose is called Beat Street. You can stream it here on amazon with my account. You are also required to use a reading for this essay. Hayman Melle Mel 2013.pdf in my school canvas which is UCSC and the pdf should be in week 3 modules for class Film Genres. But it is also uploaded now
Let me know if you have any more questions.

Writer’s Choice

Watch one or more films from weeks 3, 4, or 5 and write a 1,000 to 1,200-word critical essay analyzing the work(s). You must use at least one reading from class to support your work. This is a formal analysis through critical film theory, not a review of the film(s).
Must include bibliography. Must use Chicago Manual of Style.
The film I chose is called Beat Street. You can stream it here on amazon with my account. You are also required to use a reading for this essay. Hayman Melle Mel 2013.pdf in my school canvas which is UCSC and the pdf should be in week 3 modules for class Film Genres. But it is also uploaded now
Let me know if you have any more questions.