Do not worry about the reflective questions, as i will fill them in, in relation to your work.

How have the 13 Design Principles been used in the following films:
The Sandman (dir. Paul Berry, 1992)
Curse of the Demon (dir. Jacques Tourneur, 1957)
Moving In (DISC, Art.com)I have attached a PDF of the assignment brief, with links to the films. Do not worry about the reflective questions, as I will fill them in, in relation to your work.

Passion for the arts and filmmaking4.

prompt:
Some students have a background, identity, interest, or talent that is so meaningful they believe their application would be incomplete without it. If this sounds like you, then please share your story.Details:
1. hook sentence about wanting to tell stories and pursue a challenging career of directing.2. desire to take on the challenge of such a career3. Passion for the arts and filmmaking4. curiosity of the history of cinema and a desire to understand the facets of telling a visual story and bringing an idea to life with filmmaking.These are some of the areas in need of discussion for a personal statement as an introduction to a personal statement for submission to film schools.This will be used in conjunction with other writing on why I would like to pursue such a career and why I believe in furthering my passion for the field of study.this essay is to discuss a personal connection to film and what the industry means to me.favorite film: Apocalypse Now
first film created at age of 16
second film created at age of 17 both films written and directed by myselfworking in the industry in my canadian province (Alberta) since I was 13.I want to pursue directing as a career in California and write and direct a narrative feature film.I am 17 years old.this is a maximum of 500 words.

Passion for the arts and filmmaking4.

prompt:
Some students have a background, identity, interest, or talent that is so meaningful they believe their application would be incomplete without it. If this sounds like you, then please share your story.Details:
1. hook sentence about wanting to tell stories and pursue a challenging career of directing.2. desire to take on the challenge of such a career3. Passion for the arts and filmmaking4. curiosity of the history of cinema and a desire to understand the facets of telling a visual story and bringing an idea to life with filmmaking.These are some of the areas in need of discussion for a personal statement as an introduction to a personal statement for submission to film schools.This will be used in conjunction with other writing on why I would like to pursue such a career and why I believe in furthering my passion for the field of study.this essay is to discuss a personal connection to film and what the industry means to me.favorite film: Apocalypse Now
first film created at age of 16
second film created at age of 17 both films written and directed by myselfworking in the industry in my canadian province (Alberta) since I was 13.I want to pursue directing as a career in California and write and direct a narrative feature film.I am 17 years old.this is a maximum of 500 words.

Do not work on assignment 3 until you hand in a new draft of assignment 2.

I will upload ccbrief synopsis about my relationship between my father, my grandfather, and my mother while she was young I need to make a it as short documentary, but I need to write a brief synopsis. I already wrote one, but my professor wasn’t happy with it so I’m gonna upload my old version of my work on my professor feedback plus I have a video I will be Handel to the support team so they can show it to you and that can allow you to fix my assignment easier. You can use it on my
My professor, a note:Hi AbdullahThe resubmitted work does not demonstrate you have made a meaningful attempt to address the feedback to improve the work. I have attached the feedback again for your guidance.The change you have made is the addition of one paragraph, and some references. The areas that need to be addressed are broader than this.To plan your redraft, use the feedback document to:
Check the marks you have been awarded
Look at the yellow highlighted box to determine what standard of work was present
Decide what needs to be improved to achieve a pass grade or better in all areas
For the areas with low marks, look at the descriptions in the pass or credit column to determine what the work needs to include for you to achieve a higher mark than the one you were given
Importantly you have misunderstood key aspects (what a logline is, what format means, and what the themes/issues are, and the word count). All these need to be addressed to improve the work. Give each section a heading, as suggested below.I am offering you one further week to submit a final attempt at the work. Please send the work by the end of Wednesday 19th October. Do not work on Assignment 3 until you hand in a new draft of Assignment 2. I will give you more time for the last piece of work.The assignment instructions are found below:This is a visually appealing PDF containing at least 20 reference images and 1300-1500 words.
Include:The TITLE of the documentaryThe LOGLINE or one sentence synopsis (30 words max)Also there is a video link that I’m going to attach in the chathttps://gofile.io/d/MzK02MThis is a video link of my professor, explaining how to write itAn expanded SYNOPSIS of the STORY – 450-500 wordsA description of the target AUDIENCE – 50-100 wordsA description of the CHARACTERS or subjects of the documentary and how they function, supported with reference images – 150-200 wordsA description of the FORMAT of the documentary, supported by reference images – 250-300 wordsAn explanation of the ISSUES at stake, including evidence of research – 300-350 wordsAll of these areas are discussed at length in the slides I sent you and SLSS.I look forward to receiving the work on or before next Wednesday.
1500 words+ visual references
Bec
I want you to focus on the rubric Also Isaiah mentioned if you read my story, you can use your imagination to make more drama and to make it good five minute documentary synopsis. You don’t mind I want you to read my story very close to my main idea of the documentary is the confidence between my mother and her father job and what is a separation and Islam. Because huge element can be one of the reasons that my grandfather did not contact for my mother.

Length: 3-5 pages double-spaced.

This paper is about my first time on a plane and how due to movies I was scared to get on one and how I had to overcome that fear to go on my dream vacation. WRITING ASSIGNMENT (WA) 1: NARRATIVE GUIDELINES Objective: The visual medium will simply be the catalyst for your story, NOT the focus of this essay. Your experiences should take center stage and should be conveyed as a genuine story (not a comparison/contrast piece). Please be sure to type your entire essay and follow MLA formatting guidelines—this means you must double space, must use one-inch margins, and must use Times New Roman, 12-point font. Audience: College-level readers. Length: 3-5 pages double-spaced. NARRATIVE DEFINITION A narrative tells a story or a sequence of events. These events are usually told in chronological order (the order in which the events occurred). NARRATIVE CHARACTERISTICS Narratives may be the dominant mode like a novel or short essay/story, or they may serve a subordinate role in a piece of writing. Narratives may be based on actual personal experience or may be fictitious. Strong narratives contain vivid descriptions and imagery (sensory details). Dialogue and figurative language add depth to a narrative. To be the “great” storyteller that Ira Glass references, use dialogue and figurative language to develop critical moments in your narrative. DIALOGUE *DIALOGUE is conversation, either between characters or within a character’s mind. Capitalize the first word of the quote when the sentence begins with the quoted material or when the quote is verb-triggered. Place all terminal periods inside the quotation marks. Be clear about who is speaking (use appropriate speaker tags). When two or more people are conversing, indent each line of dialogue. Make your dialogue authentic/believable. It is perfectly acceptable to use slang, foreign languages, and even profanity within your dialogue because our goal is to write exactly the way our characters speak. Here are examples of writing authentic dialogue to enhance a scene and to establish the tone (mood). Let’s pretend that you are writing about your recent “lockdown” experiences, and one moment in your narrative describes how you became upset when you discovered that your roommate/cousin just ate your snack. You are angry and disappointed because groceries are a bit scarce right now, and you had instructed your cousin previously not to touch your things. Although you could just summarize this moment for us as the narrator, this scene can be enhanced and dramatized by letting your characters speak. Instead of telling us you were upset, SHOW us. Depending on your personality and your relationship with your cousin, your response to the stolen snack will vary. Here’s one way to narrate that conversation (THE CALM RESPONSE): I walked into the kitchen and discovered my cousin Joe had eaten the last of the Oreos, the Oreos that I specifically bought and instructed him not to touch. I walked over to the counter, grabbed the empty container, and calmly stated, “I thought we talked about this. Remember when I asked you not to eat all my snacks?” “Oh man, I’m sorry,” Joe replied while staring nervously at the ground. “I should’ve asked you. I was out of funds this week and just started snacking without thinking.” “No problem. I get it. It’s been stressful for everyone.” “Yeah, but you did tell me. Hey first chance I get, I’ll go out and get us another pack.” Notice how I provided detailed ID tags to introduce the two people involved in this conversation (the Narrator and Joe). Once I have identified the characters, I do not have to keep adding ID tags within each line. I simply indent and start a new line every time a different character speaks. This allows my readers to clearly see the speakers in that rotation. But what if I do NOT respond calmly? Remember, in real life, we are not always polite and do not always use our filters. Here is another way to narrate that conversation (THE PISSED-OFF RESPONSE): I walked into the kitchen and discovered my cousin Joe had eaten the last of the Oreos, the Oreos that I specifically bought and instructed him not to touch. I stomped over to the counter, snatched the container that was as empty as my cousin’s selfish heart, and yelled, “What the fuck?! Did you seriously eat my Oreos?” “Chill out, bro,” Joe responded while rolling his eyes. “It’s a bag of cookies. I didn’t realize they were dipped in twenty-four karat gold. Stop crying about it.” “Ain’t nobody crying.” “Well good, because I just used the last of the tissues too.” Please note the use of profanity and slang in the second example is not meant to offend anyone in this class; rather, those words are used to remind us that anything goes when it comes to our character dialogue because we are trying to mimic the way our characters actually speak. Dialogue is only effective when it is believable.