Com 342-01 scriptwriting

please rewrite my script and don’t make it to dialogue please make it a real interesting story and please keep the same names and the formatting has to be screenplay, also show don’t tell.
COM 342-01 SCRIPTWRITING
Description
This course is a practice-based workshop introducing students to the process of story development and writing for the screen. Through written assignments, students will develop multiple instances of dramatic technique, including character, dialogue, structure, and plot. The course also provides students with a platform for critical assessment and revision. Prerequisites: Junior level standing.
Course Objectives
• Provide students with an understanding of narrative structure and development
• Provide students with a foundation for exploring the technical process of screenplay writing • Provide students with a foundation for exploring the creative writing process
• Apply critical discourses as a method for enhancing the quality of authorship
• Provide students with a comprehensive approach to discipline specific writing
screenplay writing show it dont tell

Describe the visual image!

Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art web site: metmuseum.org, and search Female mask (Mmuo), Igbo, Nigeria, Accession # 1978.412.626
Write a short consideration of this object. First provide a well-organized formal analysis (line, shape, form, color, light, composition, etc, whichever best apply). Do not assume that the reader has seen the work. Your analysis should take into account the choices made by the artist—especially through proportioning, positioning, and expressive elements, but also in terms of materials and techniques. In what ways do these choices offer insights into qualities that the artist may have sought to convey? Next, drawing on information provided on the museum’s website, connect the object’s form to its cultural and historical context and function. You may wish to focus on several key features of the object to draw conclusions about its larger significance. Finally, how might your perception of and interaction with the object differ from that of the people who made and/or used it? Your writing should be 700 words minimum. Make your words count. DESCRIBE THE VISUAL IMAGE! More about WHAT YOU SEE than citing history facts, please.

• apply critical discourses as a method for enhancing the quality of authorship

*need this done today bye 11pm 10/30/22
COM 342-01 SCRIPTWRITING
Description
This course is a practice-based workshop introducing students to the process of story development and writing for the screen. Through written assignments, students will develop multiple instances of dramatic technique, including character, dialogue, structure, and plot. The course also provides students with a platform for critical assessment and revision. Prerequisites: Junior level standing.
Course Objectives
• Provide students with an understanding of narrative structure and development
• Provide students with a foundation for exploring the technical process of screenplay writing • Provide students with a foundation for exploring the creative writing process
• Apply critical discourses as a method for enhancing the quality of authorship
• Provide students with a comprehensive approach to discipline specific writing
screenplay writing show it dont tell

Write a short consideration of this object.

Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art web site: metmuseum.org, and search Female mask (Mmuo), Igbo, Nigeria, Accession # 1978.412.626
Write a short consideration of this object. First provide a well-organized formal analysis (line, shape, form, color, light, composition, etc, whichever best apply). Do not assume that the reader has seen the work. Your analysis should take into account the choices made by the artist—especially through proportioning, positioning, and expressive elements, but also in terms of materials and techniques. In what ways do these choices offer insights into qualities that the artist may have sought to convey? Next, drawing on information provided on the museum’s website, connect the object’s form to its cultural and historical context and function. You may wish to focus on several key features of the object to draw conclusions about its larger significance. Finally, how might your perception of and interaction with the object differ from that of the people who made and/or used it? Your writing should be 700 words minimum. Make your words count. DESCRIBE THE VISUAL IMAGE! More about WHAT YOU SEE than citing history facts, please.

The course also provides students with a platform for critical assessment and revision.

*need this done today bye 11pm 10/30/22
COM 342-01 SCRIPTWRITING
Description
This course is a practice-based workshop introducing students to the process of story development and writing for the screen. Through written assignments, students will develop multiple instances of dramatic technique, including character, dialogue, structure, and plot. The course also provides students with a platform for critical assessment and revision. Prerequisites: Junior level standing.
Course Objectives
• Provide students with an understanding of narrative structure and development
• Provide students with a foundation for exploring the technical process of screenplay writing • Provide students with a foundation for exploring the creative writing process
• Apply critical discourses as a method for enhancing the quality of authorship
• Provide students with a comprehensive approach to discipline specific writing
screenplay writing show it dont tell

Please understand gorbam’s principle and timm’s function.

Please understand Gorbam’s principle and Timm’s function.
Pick an original score from a film made during the 1930s and with consideration to the historical elements we’ve coverd so far, discuss how soundtracks evolved over time from the early silent period to the talkies to result in the music we hear in this film. Once you’ve situated the score historically, use any or all of Gorbman’s principles and/or Timm’s functons as a tool to analyze one key scene in the film where you feel music marries uniquely with picture to help bring specific story moments to audio visual life on screen. Please include any appropriate links to clips from the film(s) in question to help illustrate your points.

Candidates should only reflect in their final structure the sections of the table of contents below that are applicable to their particular work.

Currently, I’m doing a master’s in Europe that is practical and academic at the same time. However, we have to do a thesis during the final year we also need to deal with other stuff like shooting a movie and finishing it at the same time plus the thesis plus classes. So, I need assistance with the writing of my Thesis. The following information shows you the road map of the deliverables I must keep sending until the beginning of April. The topic is broadly spoken and quite interesting to read and write about it. My desire is to do a research report on the topic and summarize the current state of this technology right now. As I need to also give some input and add conclusions, thoughts, and my opinion on the final document. We will need to do some roundtrips between you and me during the process. Do not forget to take look on documents submitted.
Deliverables Road Map:
December 7th – Delivery Thesis Report Statment
December 10th – Presentation Thesis Report Statement
February 20th – Delivery Thesis Report 1st Draft
March 18th – Delivery Thesis Report 2nd Draft
April 2nd – Final Delivery of the Thesis Report
April 20th – Second Delivery after feedback
May 10th – Re-DOs (fails and Improvements)
Instructions given by the university:
the structure and sections of the research report to be
submitted by the students as their final dissertation. This report should have a minimum
of 10.000 words and APA most recent guidelines should be used in the writing and
formatting. The research report is a scientific and
critical work dealing with the discussion of one relevant topic in the area of film and
Media arts research. The research report could be both of a theoretical or empirical
nature and its final version should reflect the candidate’s unique and original view on the
chosen topic. Candidates should only reflect in their final structure the sections of the
table of contents below that are applicable to their particular work. Headings can be
changed in accordance with the work-specific traces.
1. Cover
The cover should follow the graphical template made available by the course
board and include:
a) The name and Surname of the candidate
b) The name and Surname(s) of the mentor(s)
c) The title of the work – ALL CAPS
d) The date
e) The sentence “Research report submitted as a dissertation requirement for
program Kino-Eyes – The European Movie Masters, European Joint Master
Program in Film Directing and Production.
2. Cover Page
a. Words on top of page: “Dissertation written by” NAME CANDIDATE;
UNIVERSITY; NAME OF THE DEGREE
b. Acknowledgements
INSTRUCTIONS: Complete the acknowledgements section by listing
people who assisted with conducting the research/Project or preparing
the report. You can also thank beneficiaries / participants.
Example: We would like to thank the following people for their
contribution to the and preparation of this report: .
3. Table of contents
a. Acknowledgements
b. Tables
c. Figures/Images
d. Abstract/Summary
e. Key words
f. Introduction
i. Questions and motivation
ii. Project Background
iii. Problem
iv. Objectives
v. Methodology
g. Part I – State-of-the-art
i. State-of-the-Art – Literature Review and relevant works
ii. Theoretical Background
h. Part II – Method
i. Research Questions
ii. Hypotheses
iii. Research Design
iv. Instruments
v. Sample
i. Part III – Field Work
i. Data Collection
ii. Data Analysis
iii. Limitations
iv. Results
j. Part IV – Discussion and Future Work
k. References
l. Appendices
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT to check that your chapters link together coherently; at the
start of each chapter you might have an introductory paragraph setting the scene for
the contents and at the end of each chapter it may help to have a few paragraphs
summing up its contents. Spreadsheets should be inserted as tables. Images and
figures should have a clear descriptive sub-title. Footnotes and direct quotes should be
avoid. Finally, your title is expected to reflect the content!
Good Work!

Must type at least 525 words (type the word count under the conclusion paragraph).

Organize your paper according to one of the following modes of writing which is either spatial or topical. All will still have a thesis statement as well as introduction and topic sentences.
This is a strictly objective assignment. Take the object and describe ONLY what everyone would see and recreate the image using words. Be careful not to describe subjective feelings or what happened during the taking of the photo or information gained from research or knowledge of the subject.
must type at least 525 words (type the word count under the conclusion paragraph).

Description

COM 342-01 SCRIPTWRITING
Description
This course is a practice-based workshop introducing students to the process of story development and writing for the screen. Through written assignments, students will develop multiple instances of dramatic technique, including character, dialogue, structure, and plot. The course also provides students with a platform for critical assessment and revision. Prerequisites: Junior level standing.
Course Objectives
• Provide students with an understanding of narrative structure and development
• Provide students with a foundation for exploring the technical process of screenplay writing • Provide students with a foundation for exploring the creative writing process
• Apply critical discourses as a method for enhancing the quality of authorship
• Provide students with a comprehensive approach to discipline specific writing
screenplay writing show it dont tell

Description

COM 342-01 SCRIPTWRITING
Description
This course is a practice-based workshop introducing students to the process of story development and writing for the screen. Through written assignments, students will develop multiple instances of dramatic technique, including character, dialogue, structure, and plot. The course also provides students with a platform for critical assessment and revision. Prerequisites: Junior level standing.
Course Objectives
• Provide students with an understanding of narrative structure and development
• Provide students with a foundation for exploring the technical process of screenplay writing • Provide students with a foundation for exploring the creative writing process
• Apply critical discourses as a method for enhancing the quality of authorship
• Provide students with a comprehensive approach to discipline specific writing
screenplay writing show it dont tell