Whoever decides to become the writer for this final essay stage one topic, i would prefer to utilize you again for the final project.

Whoever decides to become the writer for this final essay stage one topic, I would prefer to utilize you again for the final project.
Please note, that The Final Project attachment is only included to see what it would include.

How is this convention used in the film?

Assignment Directions
Choose a film to be the subject of your essay. There are no constraints to your film choice other than it should be class appropriate (if you are unclear as to what this means, please contact me). Watch the entire film, preferably taking notes to aid in your analysis. You may need to watch the film more than once (or at least repeatedly study a few scenes) to complete this assignment. If you are having difficulty choosing a film or have any questions about the appropriateness of your choice, email me and I will help you make the best decision for the assignment.
Review the four film conventions covered in class (sound, camera, color, and narrative) and choose at least two to analyze in the film. Review your film notes and possibly re-watch some scenes to properly analyze the conventions. Your convention analysis should answer the following questions:
How is this convention used in the film?
How does the use of the convention help with the storytelling?
Is the use of the convention effective? (Example: How does the sound (music, etc.) impact your experience watching the film? Does it effectively add to the story or aid in communicating a theme, emotion, setting, etc.?)
Write your essay. DO NOT refer to any outside resources other than your textbook, class notes and PowerPoint, and your chosen film (you may also visit the Academic Success Center to meet with a tutor). Consulting outside sources can lead to plagiarism and/or confusion. If you quote the film or use texts outside of the class textbook, you will need to include citations. As you write, remember that this essay is NOT simply a summary. Though you may briefly summarize the film, particularly scenes on which you are focusing, the bulk of your paper should demonstrate critical thinking and analysis. Considering the following questions may assist you with approaching film analytically:
What is the general message/moral/resolution/lesson of the movie, if any?
Is the movie attempting to make any statements about other works, society, specific people, etc.?
How does the sound/camera/color/narrative serve the movie? Does it move the plot along, give the audience information, or provide critique? How does it influence your experience as the viewer?
General Requirements
Length: 400-600 words (You will not be penalized for going over 600 words as long as you stay on topic.)
Proper grammar, spelling, punctuation, syntax, etc.
Proper structural organization (introduction, body, conclusion)
Double-spaced
Grade Rubric:
Convention Analysis: 70 points (35 points for each convention)
Writing Skills: 30 points
DO NOT PLAGIARIZE. Plagiarism will NOT be accepted.

After selecting your musical of choice – watch one of the musicals of your choice and then write a paper on the musical.

DRA 111 – Grading Criteria for FINAL EXAM PAPER
FINAL PAPER AND EXAM FOR DRA 111
After selecting your musical of choice – watch one of the musicals of your choice and then write a paper on the musical. This paper must be at least four pages – typed with 12-point font and normal margins and double-spaced.
It must include the following:
• The synopsis – the setting and where it was located
• Identify the protagonist and antagonist and roles you would consider subordinate and bit roles – give examples of those
• Discuss what you like about it
• Discuss what you don’t like about it
• Discuss the following – the storyline, what you discovered about it, the theme, the appeal
• Tell me who was your favorite character and why and also tell me why you think that this production is popular in the musical world.
• would you recommend this video to someone and why.

Documentary “i am a girl” include your reflections

documentary “I am a girl” include your reflections
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https://itunes.apple.com/au/movie/i-am-a-girl/id1531652633
I Am a Girl is a 2013 documentary that follows six girls aged between 17 and 19 from the United States, Australia, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Cameroon, and Papua New Guinea, highlighting issues of gender inequality, domestic abuse, mental health and family planning. Make sure it’s this one Discipline: other

What is the historical context behind the documentary?

Answer the following questions based on the documentary.
1. What is the documentary’s central argument and/or purpose (e.g. educate, persuade, entertain, etc.)? Your response should be 100 – 200 words. Please explain.
2. What is the historical context behind the documentary? In other words, what were the social, economic, cultural, and industrial (film industry) factors, moods, attitudes, beliefs, etc., as to why the documentary was made? To answer the question, focus on the documentary’s subjects and the artifacts (films, interviews, etc.) used. Your response should be 250 – 500 words.
Here is some info to keep in mind as you post your response:
Spelling and grammar will count and will affect your grade. Please be sure to check your spelling and grammar before posting.
Answers must be typed (12pt. Times New Roman font) and submitted in Canvas. Pdf copies only.
Please cite if you use additional sources. APA or MLA format.
The due date for this assignment is 11/8/22 until 11 am, so please finish it before the due date Thank you.

Describe how media industry and journalism have evolved over the years, how i find it engaging that makes me want to learn more.

Describe how media industry and journalism have evolved over the years, how I find it engaging that makes me want to learn more. And what techniques or methods are utilized within my social life. or background knowledge in film making. +experienced cinematic techniques because my interest is media studies. Also no outside information is needed.

Write about the lehman trilogy by stefano massini, a response to the novel, make it seem like you know and understand the novel.

Write about The lehman trilogy by stefano massini, a response to the novel, make it seem like you know and understand the novel. Please let the work not be plagiarized and discuss the things that happen in the novel, the most interesting things
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Discipline: history/theatre

Selecting one of the four prompts below, you will write a five-page essay, mla style, with in-text citations and a works cited page (a separate page in addition to the essay’s five pages).

Selecting one of the four prompts below, you will write a five-page essay, MLA style, with in-text citations and a Works Cited page (a separate page in addition to the essay’s five pages). You will incorporate at least three sources from assigned or recommended readings or videos through 10/3. You may use an outside source if you meet this former requirement.
Note: Combining ideas from more than .
Option 2. Discuss the representations of Phyllis Dietrichson and Cora Smith as femme fatales in Double Indemnity and The Postman Always Rings Twice. You will need to describe typical traits of the femme fatale and select scenes that illustrate how Phyllis and Cora embody these qualities (or don’t). You might also address similarities or differences* between the two characters. Bastien, Smelik, and Tasker could be useful as support. *Guidelines for writing a comparison-contrast essay will post in Course Materials.

Selecting one of the four prompts below, you will write a five-page essay, mla style, with in-text citations and a works cited page (a separate page in addition to the essay’s five pages).

Selecting one of the four prompts below, you will write a five-page essay, MLA style, with in-text citations and a Works Cited page (a separate page in addition to the essay’s five pages). You will incorporate at least three sources from assigned or recommended readings or videos through 10/3. You may use an outside source if you meet this former requirement.
Note: Combining ideas from more than .
Option 2. Discuss the representations of Phyllis Dietrichson and Cora Smith as femme fatales in Double Indemnity and The Postman Always Rings Twice. You will need to describe typical traits of the femme fatale and select scenes that illustrate how Phyllis and Cora embody these qualities (or don’t). You might also address similarities or differences* between the two characters. Bastien, Smelik, and Tasker could be useful as support. *Guidelines for writing a comparison-contrast essay will post in Course Materials.