California Polytechnic State University Scarface 1932 Film Analysis Please choose a movies on the bottom, and follow the requirement, write 6 full pages pa

California Polytechnic State University Scarface 1932 Film Analysis Please choose a movies on the bottom, and follow the requirement, write 6 full pages paper. Due US pacific time, 11/5 Cinema 7A Film Analysis Assignment
Instructions:
1. Read the chapter on film analysis.
2. Rent and view one of the films from the list below. You should view the film at
least twice. Take notes as you go and pause and replay scenes that you
don’t understand or that you find particularly interesting.
3. Write a paper which answers the questions below.
a. For minimum credit answer all the questions below. Be sure to
number your answers.
b. More complete answers will receive higher scores.
4. Papers must be type written and double-spaced. No papers will be accepted
by e-mail. Length: 5 – 8 pages.
Review Questions:
1. What is the true subject or theme of the film, and what kind of
statement, if any, does the film make about the subject? Which
elements and which scenes contribute most to addressing the theme of
the film?
2. How do all of the separate elements of the film relate to and contribute
to the theme, central purpose, or total effect?
Film Elements:
a. Narrative – The manner in which the story is told. What is the
plot structure? Is it chronological or non-linear? Are there
flashbacks or other narrative devices and why are they used?
b. Acting – the qualities of the performances. Is the acting realistic
or is it mannered and artifical? Are the characters dynamic (do
they change as the film progresses)? How?
c. Cinematography – The qualities of the photography and lighting.
Identify specific scenes and camera shots that you thought were
particularly interesting.
d. Editing – The pace and tempo, the use of transitions and the
organization of the narrative. Identify any editing technique you
thought was particularly interesting
e. Art Direction and Design – Locations, sets, effects, props,
costumes and make-up.
3. What scenes in the film show the director’s style and how do they show
it?
4. What were your personal reactions to the film? What are your personal
reasons for liking or disliking the film?
Film List:
Films By Howard Hawks: Scarface (1932), Only Angels Have Wings (1939),
His Girl Friday (1940), Ball of Fire (1941), Red River (19480
Judy Garland Films: The Wizard of Oz (1939), Strike up the Band (1940), Meet
Me in St. Louis (1944), Summer Stock (1950), A Star is Born (1954)
Films Noir: Murder My Sweet (1944), Laura (1944), The Third Man (1949), Ace
in the Hole (1951), Sweet Smell of Success (1957)
Due Dates:
Monday Class Wednesday Class Thursday Class –
November 4
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November 7

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