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1. Sign up for a genre Groups are limited to 10, so sign up soon. To sign up, click on PEOPLE in the left column, then go to PROJECT GROUP 1 tab, add yourself to the genre group your want. Link to more directions (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. if needed. 2. Post in your discussion group List at least 3 of your favorite films in the genre and why you like this genre. Comment on at least 2 students posts. DUE 5/13 3. I will read your discussion groups and choose 1 film listed for you to watch again and report on. 4. Your group will create a Google Slide Presentation together, each person contributing at least 3 slides to the presentation. Each person will be graded on their slide not the group as a whole. Slides should include multimedia content. DUE MAY 27th Links to Example of Presentations from last semster: The Proposal (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. 50 First Dates (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. The Exorcist (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. 21 Jump Street (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Goodfellas (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. The title page of your presentation and first page (Summary) should be created in collaboration. Use your discussion board to decide what should be included and who will complete the tasks. Summary – what is the narrative and main plot points and and other relevant information to the film and your presentation. The slide show project should cover the following elements, each student will pick one topic from below and create the slides. The questions below are not meant to answered, it’s more of a guide and starting point. 1. Genre – What genre is this film and why? What are the key elements that point this film to this genre? 2. Mise-en-Scene 1 – Choose one scene, breakdown composition, form, framing and any other relevant elements of mise-en-scene that are crucial to the film in that moment. 3. Mise-en-Scene 2 – Choose one scene, breakdown composition, form, framing and any other relevant elements of mise-en-scene that are crucial to the film in that moment. 4. Cinematography – What is unique about this cinematography and how does is contribute to the narrative and genre? Use examples. Look at angle, light, shot choice, camera movement. 5. Editing – Is the editing unique? Do you notice it? What’s the pace? Find a shot that the edit is remarkable or perhaps not? 6. Lighting – what type of lighting is dominant in the film? Look at a scene or some shots and analyze the lighting and why this is important to the overall film narrative and mise-en-scene. 7. Acting – What types of actors are in this film? Are they A list movie stars or independent? Character actors or method? What’s their approach to the film and genre? Look for interview with them talking about the film. 8. Sound – What are the sounds that help move this narrative? Define it as a genre film? What fx or music score moments are used that stand out in the film. Find examples 9. Business – What was the budget of this film? How much were movie stars paid? How much did is gross? Was it studio or independent? Look for stories about how this film got made on the business side of things. 10. Legacy – Where does this film stand in terms of film history? Is it relevant? Has it contributed to cinema as a whole? How? What about the actors and director? Was this a launching point for them? Were does this film land in the timeline of their careers. ***Last note, but important, these should be multimedia presentations, visually interesting and compelling. 5. Watch film of another group’s genre, comment on their Voice Thread for 5 points. Voice Threads will be posted when they are complete. DUE 6/1

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