Lessons for Film

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  • Careers In Film - … major studios tend to focus on "blockbuster" films, such as action films and thrillers. Independent films, however, may be made in a specialized … independent films? If so, what issues did these films address? How are they different from mainstream films? Do students have other independent films that … audience. independent film Definition: A film produced and distributed without the financial support of a major film studio Context: Independent films are made with …
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  • Le Futur - … words include film [un film], movie theatre [un cinema], horror film [un film d'horreur], romantic film [un film d'amour], a mystery film [un film policier], usher … de film favori est un film d'amour. Quel est ton film favori? Pourquoi?------ Mon film favori est Red Eye. Ce film est mon film favori … started on a dialogue: - Quel type de film? (film d'amour, film d'horreur, comedie, film a suspense, film policier) - Qui sont les autres acteurs …
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  • Mountain Humor: What About Films? - … is Jack and the Dentist s Daughter from Davenport Films. It was filmed in 1983 and is 40 minutes long. Recommended ages … Tom Davenport and his wife, Mimi, founded an independent film company. Davenport Films is located in rural Delaplane, Virginia. Tom is Director … longer unit can consult the web site Davenport Films & From the Brothers Grimm. Films include Ashpet; Bearskin; Bristlelip; The Frog King; The …
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  • Making Magic - … short film scripts. 4. Write and produce short films based on their scripts; present films to class; write reviews of other groups' films. Resources … ? e. What is the basic plot of the film? f. What does the film critic have to say about the child actors … available). In a later class, students present their films. After watching each film, discuss the accuracy and entertainment value of their portrayal …
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  • Funding Films - … does a studio determine the marketing budget for a film? - Choose a recent film that was marketed to a wide variety of … types of movies. Consider a 3-dimensional, IMAX, independent film, or feature film. Provide specific examples. Once research is completed, students should … ? Who are their target audiences? What effect do film festivals have on the film industry? 5. Create a graph illustrating the cost …
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  • Golden Globe as Gauge - … is required to make and release a film? j. According to the article, which films "take a stand" on actual issues? k … consumers Theatre Standard 5- Understands how informal and formal theatre, film, television, and electronic media productions create and communicate Meaning. Benchmarks … media Theatre Standard 5- Understands how informal and formal theatre, film, television, and electronic media productions create and communicate Meaning. Benchmarks …
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  • Capturing the Stories of Ordinary People: Albert Maysles and Direct Cinema - … . Students should be given ample time to plan their film, make appropriate contacts, film, edit, and prepare for final presentation during class … film. The teacher should check progress regularly. 3. Once films are completed, have a class film festival. Have each person/group share the film that was produced. After showing the film, the …
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  • The Envelope, Please - … : -What notable events occurred the year this film was released? -How does the film reflect the time period in which it was … social or political issues are raised in the film? -Why do you think this film was chosen for Best Picture that year … or cultural events of its time. 4. Organize a film festival of films made by members of your community, those that have … or those selected by a committee as must-see films. Prepare a film guide that explains the selection process and includes a …
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  • The Sundance Kids - … shoot. 2. Research the difference between the independent and commercial film industries regarding movie budgets, talent, distribution, shoot schedules, and locations … national and international exhibition of new, independent dramatic and documentary films. Sundance Channel (http://www.sundancechannel.com/) features a bi-weekly … and audio, and complete coverage of the Sundance Film Festival. Cinema: How are Hollywood Films Made? (http://www.learner.org/exhibits/cinema …
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  • Comparing a Literary Work to Its Film Interpretation - … to the story from their Story and Film Logs. 3. Have students summarize the film. Guide the discussion so that students hit … to share their thoughts and reactions to the film from their Story and Film Logs. 5. Have students revisit the Prediction Chart … must approve) and project completion. Project ideas could include literature-film reviews, persuasive essays, parodies or other skits, amateur filmmaking or …
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