For editing, I chose the scene from A Beautiful Mind. I especially like this scene because it
incorporates direct cuts between Nash, the general, other members in the room, and the code
Nash is attempting to break. I especially liked the use of highlighti
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Identify a film and classify it according to its genre (or sub-genre). Include a link(s) to a trailer
or scene(s) from the film. You may choose to continue with a film you have already
I chose to take a look at Terminator 2: Judgment Day. On t
Dialogue, as described in Film: From Watching to Seeing, is characters talking to one another. This
are the conversations that occur throughout a film. The three basic reasons for dialogue are to
further the development of the plot, enhance characterizati
I chose this clip from the 2016 remake of The Magnificent Seven. In this scene, Joshua Faraday,
played by Chris Pratt, taunts Goodnight Robicheaux, played by Ethan Hawke, into inspiring the
townspeople. In a previous scene in the movie, the seven engage i
Inglourious Fantasy: Not Just Gratuitous Violence
ENG225: Introduction to Film
Professor Danielle Shelton
October 15, 2016
What are movie genres? According to Film: From Watching to Seeing, a genre is a
I chose to take a look at Beauty and the Beast. Having four daughters, I have watched this Disney
classic time and time again, and I am sure I will be in the theater in 2017 when the live-action
version is released.
One of the scenes that I truly love in
Identify the title, writer, director, major actors, and the year.
The file I chose to discuss is the 1997 movie that took the world by storm, Titanic. This film was
written and directed by James Cameron, and starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.
Identify a film and classify it according to its genre (or sub-genre). Include a link(s) to a trailer or scene(s) from the
film. You may choose to continue with a film you have already discussed.
Discuss the conventions that are typical in films of that
Name a director who you would consider an auteur and explain your reasoning.
Discuss the arguments against auteur theory and provide examples to support your points.
Examine how the auteur theory influences audiences and criti
Using specific examples from your chosen film, write a post in which you
Identify the type of lighting used in the film (traditional three-point, high-key, or low-key) and
assess the impact of the lighting used to establish the theme.
What are the benef