University Of California Third World Cinema Midterm Exam Essay total is 8 pages, write as my introduction. You have to complete section A and one of sectio

University Of California Third World Cinema Midterm Exam Essay total is 8 pages, write as my introduction. You have to complete section A and one of section B. BL. ST 161: THIRD WORLD CINEMA
MIDTERM EXAM, FALL QUARTER, 2019.
Due: In class, on Tuesday, November 05, 2019.
Time: 9:30am prompt (no exceptions, stories or electronic submissions)
Instructor: Dr. Jude G. Akudinobi
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DIRECTIONS
*Attempt only
two questions.
*Question # 1, Section A, is compulsory.
*Choose one more question from Section B.
*Keep your answers clear, concise and analytical.
*Address your responses to the specific demands of each question.
*Limit your answers to 4 (double-spaced, 12-pitch font) pages per question.
*Illustrate your answers with pertinent references, and cite key sources consulted.
*No electronic submission of papers or excuses for late papers would be accepted.
*Your answer scripts must include the questions chosen, your name, and be stapled.
QUESTIONS:
SECTION A
1) Examine, with examples from readings and national cinemas so far, the complexities of ‘Third
World Cinema’, and their unique frameworks of representation and ideological contestations.
SECTION B
2) With special attention to each film’s narrative spheres and trajectories, analyze the themes of
childhood, society, and struggles for self-determination in The Second Mother and Heli.
3) Discuss The Harder They Come and Sugar Cane Alley as works of social critique, noting
the aesthetic, historical, political and economic underpinnings of their critical trajectories.
4) Referencing the film’s context of production, examine how critical networks, steeped in
feminist sensibilities, religion, culture and community shape the narrative dynamics of Wadja.
GOOD LUCK!
EXAM GRADING CRITERIA
‘A’ GRADE RANGE = 90%-100%
* Answered comprehensive aspects of the questions.
* Outstanding application of lectures and readings.
* Cited other relevant materials appropriately.
* Identified terms, issues and positions aptly.
* Clear, engaging, scholarly and logical discussions.
* Avoided pointless summaries of texts.
* Hardly any spelling or grammatical errors.
* No colloquialisms (slangs and informal language).
* Kept responses within specified page limits.
* No attempts to ‘stretch’ paper, unduly (through creative pagination, font sizes, etc)
‘B’ GRADE RANGE = 80% – 89%
* Answered most aspects of the questions.
Average applications of lectures and readings.
* Cited other relevant materials unevenly.
* Identified terms, issues and positions aptly.
* Fairly clear, engaging, scholarly and logical discussions
* Had some pointless summaries of texts.
* Occasional spelling and grammatical errors.
* Few, if any, colloquialisms (slangs and informal language).
* Kept responses within specified page limits.
* Probable attempts to ‘stretch’ paper, unduly (through creative pagination, font sizes, etc).
‘C’ GRADE RANGE= 70% -79%
* Answered some aspects of the questions.
* Scant application of lectures and readings.
* Trivial use, if any, of other relevant materials.
* Misidentification of terms, issues and position.
* Lacked clear, engaging, scholarly and logical discussions.
* Indulgent and artless summaries of texts,
* Plentiful spelling and grammatical errors.
* Rife with colloquialisms (slangs and informal language).
* Resourceless use of specified page limits.
* Flagrant attempts to ‘stretch’ paper, (through creative pagination, font sizes, etc)
‘D’ GRADE= 60%-69%
* Gross deficiencies, in range and scope, of a ‘C’ paper.
‘F’ GRADE = 59% and below.
* Overwhelming attributes, in range and scope, of a ‘D’ paper.
NOTE: For finer differentiations, a plus (+) or minus (-) will be applied to passing grades, only

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