Topics: Please choose TWO films (at least ONE from the course syllabus) and compare and contrast how each director represents socio-political contemporary issues in their respective countries/regions by analyzing the greater significance of the films’ major themes as well as production practices and/or aesthetics. Examples of production practices may include shooting on location, casting professional/non-professional actors and transnational directors who live/work in different countries, etc. Examples of aesthetics may include the significance of the lighting, sound and production design/mise-en-scene, color, shot composition, and editing). Requirements: Your response should include a thesis statement (see below) and a conclusion. It should be approximately 6-7 pages, typed, double-spaced, 12 pt font (with a minimum of 6 pages in order to not receive a grade deduction). Final Essays due on Canvas by Wednesday, December 9 at 11:59 PM (though you are welcome to submit sooner). Your thesis should include a What (argument/topic), How (approach at analyzing your argument/topic) and Why (statement about the overall significance of your argument/topic). Please see FS 111 – Thesis Statement Workshop with Examples. Sources: You should incorporate at least THREE sources from the course syllabus. If for some reason the two films that you have chosen are not relevant to the essays that I have assigned in the syllabus, then you may use peer reviewed books or essays instead. You may cite points in the FS 111 Online Presentation, but this is NOT an academic source and will NOT count as one of the three required sources. Any additional sources (optional) must be published books and/or peer-reviewed essays cited using MLA citation (author’s last name and pg #). If you use any outside sources, you must also include a works cited page. Magazines and Newspapers such as The New York Times are acceptable to use in moderation, especially if you are citing interviews with a director, etc. Sources from the web, like blogs, wikipedia and movie reviews are NOT acceptable for this assignment even if cited correctly. If you have any questions about whether a source is acceptable, please get in touch with me via email.
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