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unit 1

Just as a reminder, this assignment should be between 400 and 750 words long. It's due anytime before Sunday at 11:59pm, as is every assignment for each week of this course.
Watch the trailer for just one in a long line of Cohen brothers masterpieces, 2010's True Grit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUiCu-zuAgM
After reading the notes above, identify and describe 3 different camera angles and 3 different shots in this trailer. Be sure to identify the action of the scene of each shot and each angle so we can follow along- ideally use the time code to tell us the minute and second.

Also, read every word of the Course Information for this class carefully twice.
PS: As an aside, if you haven't seen this film yet, I highly recommend it. IMHO, Hailee Steinfeld gave the performance of a lifetime, which is saying she has a bright future considering she was just thirteen at the time of filming. How she didn't win Best Supporting Actress for this role is baffling.

unit 2

Two assignments this week. These assignments should be submitted as ONE document. You should NEVER be simply regurgitating what's in the textbook. Answer these questions in your words and if you want to bring a quote from our book or another source, feel free to do so but quote and reference that other source.
1. There are many still shots of scenes provided in Chapter 2 of your textbook. Select one scene and analyze the mise-en-scene of the frame.Analyze the scene in four areas defined in this week's lecture notes-- select any four out of the ten questions that I posed.I'm looking for at least 200 words for this part. If you go over a little bit, it's not a big deal.
2. Descriptions: In a total of 150 to 350 words, describe the following elements of mise-en-scene:

o Five basic positions in which an...


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