Lessons for Film

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  • Hollywood Candidate - … storyboard for a campaign biographical film about him or her. 4. At home, create films (or scrapbooks); show films (or scrapbooks) to classmates … their film. In a later class, groups show their films to classmates. After each film, conduct a class discussion on how the film portrayed … do you think candidates have convention biographical films made? Why do you think these films are not marketed to the public? -How …
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  • The New Fant- Asia - … recently. Then discuss the following questions: -Could the animated films have been filmed as live-action instead? Why or why not? (Would … the studio's first 3-D feature film be titled? c. What is the film about? d. Who is "France's most … de plume"? f. On which influences does the film draw? g. What other films has Mr. Giraud worked on? h. How has … story you think would make a better animated film than a live-action film? If so, why? -As animation technology becomes more …
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  • Quiet on the Set! - … following questions: a. How is the Ghetto Film School similar and different from other film schools around the country? b. Why did … storyboards for their own short films. Their films, like the clip of the online film created by the Ghetto Film School student, will be … productions Theater Standard 5: Understands how informal and formal theatre, film, television, and electronic media productions create and communicate meaning. Benchmarks …
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  • Cold War Era Film Censorship: High Noon- A Slive of Americana or Communist Propaganda? - … , Collectivism, Communism, Free Enterprise, etc.) Processes and Skills Analysis of film (as popular culture) Discussion and debate Application of content knowledge … and complete the "Screen Guide For Americans" and "Film Analysis Form" about the film (both available online). These checklists were given to executives in the film industry to warn them about possible communist infiltration in their …
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  • Credibility of Sources - … "indiscriminate" classifications. Post-Assessment: * Students compare selected historical or biographical films to credible primary or secondary sources. * Students present their researched … ' opinions, actions from the film facts, events from the film Questions about Topics Gettysburg 3. After viewing the film, in column three, generate … of Sources - Grade 11 Attachment F (Continued) List of Suggested Films WAR FILMS *Platoon (1986) Vietnam War (CAUTION: Rated R for violence …
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  • And the Oscar Goes to... - … Oscar night important to many moviegoers? -Can film achievements truly be honored through a film award or ceremony? -What interest, if any … 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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  • Ten Ways to Teach the Oscars - … show? Find the correlation, if any, between number of nominated films seen and intended Oscar-watching and report your findings. Then … hoopla surrounding the Oscars affects the judges' ability to evaluate films and performances purely on their own merits. You might want … respond to the depiction of war in film) Then write an essay about whether films based on real stories should they meet … , The Influence of the Mass Media, Visual Literacy, Academy Awards, Film, Movies, Oscars 6 Comments Comments are moderated. FAQ > Submit Dan …
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  • And the Winner Is... - … so much to so many moviegoers? - Can film achievements truly be lauded through a film award or ceremony? Evaluation / Assessment: Students will … ', '8') Theatre Standard 5- Understands how informal and formal theatre, film, television, and electronic media productions create and communicate Meaning. Benchmarks … ', '8') Theatre Standard 5- Understands how informal and formal theatre, film, television, and electronic media productions create and communicate Meaning. Benchmarks …
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  • 3-2-1 Vocabulary: Learning Filmmaking Vocabulary by Making Films - … basic terminology of filmmaking by creating their own films and by reviewing other students' films Develop collaborative skills by working in small … page of script is approximately one minute of film. Explain that ideally their films should be from 1 1/2 -4 minutes … ). Have students work in their small groups to film their scripts. While students are filming in small groups, facilitate their work. Reinforce … vocabulary terms and how they were applied within the films. After each film, review all of the terms on the Filmmaking Vocabulary …
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  • Belarusian Waltz: Art As a Form of Protest - … prior to using the entire film in the classroom. Please visit our Film Library to find other films suitable for classroom use or … prior to using the entire film in the classroom. Please visit our Film Library to find other films suitable for classroom use or … Biblioburro: The Donkey Library Tuesday, July 19 Overview About the Film Film Description Production Credits Explore Photo Gallery Links & Books Background: Dictatorship …
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