How you would visually communicate the following:

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instructions : Imagine you’re creating a movie adaptation of the novel
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford (see synopsis
below). We meet the protagonist, Henry Lee, as a 12 year old Chinese
American boy living in Seattle’s Chinatown with his non-English speaking
parents in 1942, the year internment of Japanese Americans began. He
recently transferred from his Chinese school to the exclusive American
Rainier Elementary on a “scholarship,” which requires him to serve the
other children in the school cafeteria every day, another factor setting
him apart. His parents, wanting him to become more American, are
delighted he’s attending this school. They insist he speak only English
and wear a button that says “I am Chinese.”
Contextually, there
was a great deal of turmoil in many parts of the world at this time that
had a direct impact on the U.S.A, its policies and its citizens.
the second Sino-Japanese war between China and Japan waged primarily between July 1937 & September 1945
Europe was embroiled in WW II September 1939 – September 1945
Pearl Harbor was bombed by Japan December 1941, bringing America into WW II
Imagine
the opening 2 minute scene (one setting, no change in time) of the film
and all that you need to communicate to the audience to help them
understand Henry and his world. Henry is at Rainier Elementary. In essay
format and using setting, costume and staging/movement only, describe
how you would visually communicate the following:
Henry’s approximate age and ethnicity
the approximate year/the era
the setting, including the time of year, the school, and Seattle or at least the Pacific North West location
the racial tensions of the day
Be sure to provide the reasons for your choices. Length 2-3 pages.
This assignment will be graded using a rubric.
I
recommend visiting the author’s web page using this link. The
description below is from that page but there are also two short videos
that provide background on this historical novel, describing the racial
tensions of the day, showing footage of the locations in the book, and
describing some of the author’s memories and research that informed his
story. You may find it’ll inspire a few ideas.
“Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet”Links to an external site. by jamieford.com is licensed under CC BY 4.0Links to an external site.
In
the opening pages of Jamie Ford’s stunning debut novel, Hotel on the
Corner of Bitter and Sweet, Henry Lee comes upon a crowd gathered
outside the Panama Hotel, once the gateway to Seattle’s Japantown. It
has been boarded up for decades, but now the new owner has made an
incredible discovery: the belongings of Japanese families, left when
they were rounded up and sent to internment camps during World War II.
As Henry looks on, the owner opens a Japanese parasol.
This
simple act takes old Henry Lee back to the 1940s, at the height of the
war, when young Henry’s world is a jumble of confusion and excitement,
and to his father, who is obsessed with the war in China and having
Henry grow up American. While “scholarshipping” at the exclusive Rainier
Elementary, where the white kids ignore him, Henry meets Keiko Okabe, a
young Japanese American student. Amid the chaos of blackouts, curfews,
and FBI raids, Henry and Keiko forge a bond of friendship–and innocent
love–that transcends the long-standing prejudices of their Old World
ancestors. And after Keiko and her family are swept up in the
evacuations to the internment camps, she and Henry are left only with
the hope that the war will end, and that their promise to each other
will be kept.
Forty years later, Henry Lee is certain that the
parasol belonged to Keiko. In the hotel’s dark dusty basement he begins
looking for signs of the Okabe family’s belongings and for a long-lost
object whose value he cannot begin to measure. Now a widower, Henry is
still trying to find his voice–words that might explain the actions of
his father; that might bridge the gap between him and his modern,
Chinese American son; words that might help him confront the choices he
made years ago.
Set during one of the most conflicted and
volatile times in American history, Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and
Sweet is an extraordinary story of commitment and enduring hope. In
Henry and Keiko, Jamie Ford has created an unforgettable duo whose story
teaches us of the power of forgiveness and the human heart.

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Assignment 6 Prompt:
Write the opening (first 2 pages) of your screenplay IN SCREENPLAY FORMAT. Also submit a cover page with your logline and the cast list for your Week 7 Zoom table read.
In this assignment, you will submit the first two pages of your script, properly formatted and written in suitable software. This will get you started on your writing, and let your us guide you as you familiarize yourself with correct formatting, which is crucial to being taken seriously as a screenwriter.
You will be using these first two pages as the basis for your table read during the live Zoom workshop next week. Your Assignment 6 submission should include a cover page that lists all the cast members in these two pages as well as your logline. That will make it much easier to cast your classmates during the session.
Please refer to these SAMPLE FORMAT PAGES
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Writer DuetLinks to an external site.. Free for the first three documents.
As you decide how to begin your story, bear in mind that you want to capture your audience from the first frame. You don’t have to begin by introducing your protagonist, but for novice writers, it’s not a bad idea. Make us care about your main character and put him/her in a predicament where it’s easy for us to invest emotionally in them.
Also use this exercise to get to know your protagonist better. Perhaps it will inspire changes in your screenplay as you continue to write and rewrite.

Did you learn anything from your research that you didn’t catch when you saw the film?

Watch one of the films from list below and write a critically evaluative essay about the film
List: 1927 – 1935 — Films: The Jazz Singer (1927), London After Midnight (1927), The Man Who Laughs (1928), All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), Hell’s Angels (1930), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1932 version), Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (1931), The Unholy Three (1930), The Old Dark House, The Mummy (1932), The Invisible Man (1933), Island of Lost Souls (1933), King Kong (1933), The Black Cat (1934), The Raven (1935), The Bride of Frankenstein (1935), Les Miserables (1935 version).
Length: 750 words; 12 pt. font (Times New Roman preferred but not mandatory); single-spaced; one-inch margins all around.
please follow the prompt below and cover all the areas:
Inciting Event: What is the inciting event in the film — that is, what sets the story in motion and how?
Protagonist: How does the main character change throughout the film; do they learn anything?
Is the Plot Important? Does the plot even matter, or is it just an excuse to have funny things happen or have action scenes or show off cool effects? In other words, can you even remember the plot a couple of days after seeing the film?
Unique: What, if anything, was unique about the film: voice-over, non-linear plot, dream sequences, breaking the ‘fourth wall,’ animation, choice of locations, onscreen titles, etc.?
Research: Conduct online/magazine/book-based research about the film. No Wikipedia! Did you learn anything from your research that you didn’t catch when you saw the film? Cite three sources, minimum. Please use the SCC library for research; the website’s link is listed in this syllabus, above.
Like/dislike: What did you most enjoy about the film (if anything) or dislike (if anything)?
Final thoughts: Write anything you want about the film that you think is important to experiencing the film: lighting, music, use of color, costumes, editing, sound effects, etc.

Create a podcast- 3- 6 minute audio about save the environment in uae , and a small summary about the podcast

Create a Podcast- 3- 6 minute audio about Save the Environment in UAE , and a small summary about the podcast
Interview a person who can give you more info related to your research topic or work solo
Must include introduction – Name of the interviewer if have
Body – List of questions
Conclusion – Thank you note to the interviewer – Name of the students who was involved in making the audio podcast.
Time limit – 3 minutes – 6 minutes

What surprised you?

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Write 250 words (or less) response to our look at the early 1990s, or to Cinema Tyler’s Batman video:

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Tips: Keep your response brief, concise, and sincere. What surprised you? Or what challenged your assumptions? What shocked you? What opened your eyes to a different way of looking at things?

Write 250 word (or less) response to the topic of japanimation in the 1980s.

Write 250 word (or less) response to the topic of Japanimation in the 1980s.
Bonus viewing:
For a very different style of animation, but produced by Toei in Japan, here’s the first ever episode of Strawberry Shortcake:

Keep your response brief, concise, and sincere. What surprised you? Or what challenged your assumptions? What shocked you? What opened your eyes to a different way of looking at things?

This should be a least one page.

Film (15mins): Trip to the Moon -the 1902 Science Fiction Film by Georges Melies
Barsam & Monahan Chapters: Link in below
Requirements- Mise-en-scene Analysis:
Using the Barsam and Monahan chapter (especially Chapter 5) on mise-en-scene, select a short scene, or shot, and perform a detailed description and close reading.List all of the details of your selected portion of the film
Using as many as are applicable, tell us what the scene/shot/still communicates, and how it applies to the greater narrative. This should be a least one page.
Turn it in along with an image, video, or time stamp for where it can be found in the filmC
Citation is required (in-text)