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  • 10 Pages Get Out of the Water
    Get Out Of The Water

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Film

    Get Out of The Water Get Out of the Water Jennifer Ceniceros ENG 225 Lejla Tricic October 31, 2011 1 Get Out of The Water Get Out of the Water 2 In 1975 Steven Spielberg directed a movie that not only kept movie goers on the edge of their seats, but peopl

  • 5 Pages Inside American Beauty
    Inside American Beauty

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Film

    Inside American Beauty -1- Inside American Beauty Jennifer Ceniceros ENG 225 Sarah Bowman September 10, 2011 Inside American Beauty Inside American Beauty -2- In 1999, Kevin Spacey stared in Sam Mendes's American Beauty. The story is about Lester, a middl

  • 1 Page Week 3-Color Analysiseng225
    Week 3-Color Analysiseng225

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Film

    Hi Everyone, What movie did you choose and what is happening in the scene? What colors are prominent in the scene? Do you see any intentionality on the part of the director or cinematographer in the use of color? Do costume colors contribute to the scene?

  • 1 Page Week 2-Movie Discussionseng225
    Week 2-Movie Discussionseng225

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Film

    Hi Everyone, Select one of the topics for your discussion. Acting-Highlight and explain the use of acting in the movies assigned for this week. The first movie I selected is Godfather. It seemed so real and definitely made for a very believable family, an

  • 1 Page Week 1-Movie Settingeng225
    Week 1-Movie Settingeng225

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Film

    Hi Everyone, Think about three movies in which the setting of the movie is essential to telling the story. One movie that immediately came to mind was Signs. If there had not been cornfields, it would seem unlikely that the aliens would be visiting this f

  • 1 Page Week 1-Film Characterseng225
    Week 1-Film Characterseng225

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Film

    Hi Everyone, What are your favorite types of movies? My favorite types of movies are: horror, true stories that filmmakers make movies about and some comedies/action ones. What is your all-time favorite movie? Why? I had to think really hard about this qu

  • 1 Page Week-2 Chapter 4&10eng225
    Week-2 Chapter 4&10eng225

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Film

    Hi Everyone, How do you think Hitchcock felt about his actors and why. It seems that Alfred Hitchcock has his own agenda when it came to making movies. The saying the Hitchcock treated actors like cattle is because he wanted his actors to do precisely wha

  • 5 Pages Public Enemieseng225
    Public Enemieseng225

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Film

    Public Enemies By Kimberly Morano ENG225 Professor Norsworthy February 16, 2010 This is the movie about the real-life bank robber John Dillinger, played by Johnny Depp. After seeing this movie a few times and even once with the commentary on, I have reali

  • 2 Pages Chapter 12 Discussioneng225
    Chapter 12 Discussioneng225

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Film

    Hi Everyone, Select a movie and write a short review using a few questions from the web site. Was your view primarily subjective or objective? Did you use any vague phrases or clichs? What did you learn about writing a review? Will your classmates benefit

  • 1 Page Approaches to Filmeng225
    Approaches To Filmeng225

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Film

    Hi Everyone, The movie I chose was Schindlers List. I think this movie took the humanistic approach because the attention is focused on the statement that the film makes and

  • 1 Page Week 3-Visual Designeng225
    Week 3-Visual Designeng225

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Film

    Hi Everyone, What does Nielsen mean by aperture framing? How do they help to direct the viewers attention, evoke mood, and perhaps have metaphorical and thematic implications for the film as a whole? Aperture framings, to Nielsen, play a prominent role in

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