This essay focuses on other relevant cinematic techniques. please include captions (Figure 1. etc.). Due: 11.55pm, Monday, August 30, 2021 (Week 5) Submit
a short essay in response to one of four prompts. These questions will require close analysis of a film from Block I of the subject (Weeks 1-4) and critical engagement with at least two readings from Global Cinema (either Required or Extended). Please consult with your tutor if you wish to analyse a film outside the weekly Featured Films from Global Cinema. Length: 1200 words In addition to writing, screenshots from films are welcome, but please include captions (Figure 1. etc.). Due: 11.55pm, Monday, August 30, 2021 (Week 5) Submit via Canvas >
Global Cinema > Assignments > Assessment 1 > TurnItIn Assessment Criteria Weighting Depth of engagement with narrative, characterisation, cinematography, sound, or other relevant cinematic techniques 35% , the development of ideas (e.g. key terms are properly introduced and explained and argumentative claims are supported by evidence from the film or from readings), and your capacity to address the specand non-diegetic sounds), and editing (e.g. continuity editing, cross-cutting), among others.
readings of two scenes in the single film that you have chose and it is recommend. It is that you engage with subject readings that discuss specific formal. It is features of films (see also ‘Glossaries of Film Terms’ on UTS Online). This prompt requires critical engagement with at least two. It is readings from Block I in Global Cinema (either Required or Extended) and involves. This demonstrating an understanding of the argument in these readings, rather than simply citing the readings. 2.
GENRE (requires discussion of at least two films) In the film that you have chosen, analyse the relationship between the formal features of the film and the genre to which the film belongs, which may be specific to a national and/or cultural context. You may consider some or all of the following questions: – In what ways does the film modify or depart from conventional patterns of storytelling in the genre to which the film belongs? – How do the key characters in the film resemble or depart from characterisations found in other film belonging to this genre? – To what extent does this film combine or link together multiple genres?