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INTRODUCTION TO FILM STUDIES

 

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HUM 150 Week 1 Film Appreciation Worksheet
Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Film Appreciation Worksheet

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Film Appreciation

 

Write 250-350 word answers to each of the following questions in the matrix:

 

Questions
Answers
Reflect on the information garnered from the Introduction in The Film Experience and answer the following question: Why should we study film? What is the value of studying films? What do films teach us? How do they reflect/create cultural value?
 
Reflect on the information provided in Chapter 1of The Film Experience: What are the stages of filmmaking and how does each stage condition become what we see on the screen?
 
Describe film distribution and promotion. How do these two aspects influence reception?

 
 
 

 

HUM 150 Week 2 Cinematography, Sound, and Editing Worksheet
Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Cinematography, Sound and Editing Worksheet

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Cinematography, Sound, and Editing

 

Choose a movie that you have viewed in the past and can re-watch to complete the below worksheet. Please refer to our course readings.

 

Part I: Examining Cinematography at least 250 words

Questions
Answers
Discuss your film’s point of view.

 

 
 
How are camera angles used within your film? Be sure to point to at least two specific scenes.

 

 
 
Discuss how your film is framed.

 

 
 
Discuss one scene and depth of field.

 
 
Using at least one scene examine the ideas of contrast and color.

 
 
Discuss one scene and the concept of movement.

 

 
 
 

 

Part II: Analyzing Editing at least 250 words

 

Questions
Answers
Analyze a cut within your film.

 
 
Discuss two types of shots.

 

 
 
Examine the concept of temporality within your film.

 
 
 

 

Part III: Examining Sound at least 250 words

 

Questions
Answers
How are voice and dialogue used in your film?

 
 
Locate one scene with music. How does music work within that scene? Be specific.

 
 
Discuss the sound effects used within your film.

 
 
 

 

 

HUM 150 Week 3 Analyze a Film
Create a discussion regarding your <recent experience at the movie theater.

Attend a film <in current release of your choice.

Analyze and describe, in 500 to 750 words, responses to the following:

What are the sounds and smells?
What does a large audience add to your experience?
Are there distractions?
How is the theater experience different from home viewing?
Do you prefer the theater experience or home experience? Why or why not?
What genre of film did you attend? Does the theater experience add or distract from this type of genre?
Observe and explain the narrative of the film.  
Be thorough, and specifically describe the entire experience.
Format your assignment according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines.

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HUM 150 Week 3 Film Genres Worksheet
Resources: University of Phoenix: Film Genres Worksheet

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Film Genres

Choose a movie that you have viewed in the past and can re-watch to complete the below worksheet. Please refer to our course readings.

 

Part I: Examining Narrative at least 300 words

 

Questions
Answers
Identify the story/plot of your film.

 
 
Describe the characters.

 
 
What are the audience’s expectations for your film?

 
 
How does the film create a sense of time?

 
 
How does the film create a sense of space?

 
 
How can you characterize the perspective?

 
 
 

Part II: A Look at Genres at least 525 words

 

Questions
Answers
What are the conventions of your film’s genre?

 
 
What are some of the formulas/myths of your film’s genre?

 
 
What are the audience’s expectations for your film?

 
 
What are the six genres and corresponding film components of each?
 
 

HUM 150 Week 4 Hollywood and Beyond Poster
Design and create your own <original US one-sheet movie poster representative of one of the following cinemas/topics:

Third Cinema
Indian Cinema
African Cinema
Chinese Cinema
Iranian Cinema
Women Filmmakers
African American Cinema
LGBT Film History
This assignment will require you to do outside research. Your one-sheet poster should include all textual elements traditionally found on a poster and use graphics as well as design elements consistent with your chosen cinematic school. 

Write a 525-word summary of why you chose your specific cinema/topic, and a brief history of the cinema/topic. Your essay should include a clear discussion of the following: conventions, genres, possible cinematography elements, specific films, cultural topics, and narrative.

Format the written element of your assignment according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines.

Submit both your completed PowerPoint® or Word doc (whichever platform will help you to design your poster best) & essay to the Assignment Files tab.    

 

HUM 150 Week 5 Film Festival Project
Create a 1,000- to 1,500-word proposal for a themed film festival. The theme could be anything from a specific genre, like the Western, to a topic, such as LGBTQ representations, to a specific time period, and everything in between.

Design this film festival for University of Phoenix students; keep in mind your audience.

Part 1

Identify and explain your theme. What is the justification for this focus?

Part 2

Identify three films that will serve as the main event for the festival. Each film must relate back to the theme. In your justification, use specific scenes, rather than general plot summary, from each movie.

Compare and contrast the movies to each other to effectively explain how they relate to your chosen theme. In this section, consider all that was discussed throughout the semester, including but not limited to: cinematography, sound and music, editing, narrative, genres, history, and film theory.

Part 3

Include the rationale for your proposed film festival.

Why do University of Phoenix students need to examine this theme?
What will students learn?
What new knowledge will be gained?
Why is this important?
Reference The Film Experience, and feel free to go outside of the textbook for other resources. Pictures and other pertinent graphics are welcome.

Format your assignment according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines.

Submit your completed assignment to the Assignment Files tab.    

 
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