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Movie Report

Students will watch one of the movies listed below and write a 700-word report. Some of the films are available free on youtube, others about $3.00 dollars on instant video store. If you want to watch a film not on the list, contact the instructor for approval.
In this report, you will first detail what kind(s) of stereotype(s), prejudice, AND discrimination (the 3 components of bias) is involved in the film. For example, is it the bias against one’s race? Gender? Sexual orientation? Social class? Or others? What is the stereotype(s), attitude(s), and behavior(s) associate with the bias? You can also explain, if proper, the explicit vs. implicit prejudice shown in the film. This part should be 100 words or more.
Second, you will examine the potential reasons of the bias. Why do the perpetrators do what they do? Is it because of the social contexts they are in? The process of socialization? Peer pressure? Self-defense? Their personality? Or else? Also, how much is the bias justified? Be sure to apply the concepts from the textbook and/or Allport’s book (therefore, cite the textbook and/or Allport’s book, but make sure do not directly quote the book—paraphrase instead). This part should be 300 words or more.
Finally, discuss the consequences or possible consequences of the bias on the victims. Go in depth and analyze the psychological and/or physical impacts of bias on them AND on others around them. Also, how will the community or even the society potentially be influenced by the bias? This part should be 300 words or more.
The film list
1. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (1967) (free on youtbue)
2. Remember The Titans (2000) (available on
3. Erin Brockovich (2000) (available on
4. Hotel Rwanda (2004) (free on youtube)
5. Good Morning Vietnam (1987) (free on youtube)
6. First Blood (1982) (available on
7. The Help (2011) (available on
8. Crash (2004) (available on
9. Boys Don’t Cry (1999) (available on
10. Pride and Prejudice (2005) (available on
1. For this paper, no references are required. However, if you have references from peer-reviewed journals, that will increase the likelihood of a good grade.
Important issues:
1. Length: make sure you meet the requirement
3. IMPORTANT: Do NOT directly quote from any articles. Paraphrase instead. If I see another direct quote I’ll deduct a great deal of points.
4. Even if you have cited a study, you CANNOT copy-and-paste any content from that study like it is your idea.
5. ABSOLUTELY NO INTERNET SOURCES. This should be a scientific report, NOT Dr. Phil’s talk.
6. Whatever studies you have cited in your paper MUST be in your reference list.

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Video critique and analysis

Making Change: Video Critique and Analysis

The class will watch five video cases that raise issues/offer insight about elements of social entrepreneurship.

Your role is to analyze the concepts demonstrated,
to identify the possible lessons to learn from what you observe, and to connect these to your own experiences in the workplace or any personal/professional organizational environment.
It is recommended to connect the issues raised in the video with the material and discussions in class.

• Prepare a 2 page double-spaced critique of each video in the course schedule.
• Write the number of the Video Assignment on the first or cover page with your complete name and course number.
• Analyze the main points from the video and how it relates to the following:
 Concepts from your respective reading and classroom discussion
 Your personal and professional experiences

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Please read the instruction carefully. I dont want any sources or references on this essay. Its a discussion question so “NO SOURCES”Thank you
Stanislavski developed a series of exercises and techniques for performers.
1) Must always maintain a state of physical and vocal relaxation: this means that unwanted tension has to be eliminated and that the performer must all times attain a state of physical and vocal relaxation
2) Find the character’s inner truth: means their thought and emotions
3) Perfect their ability to play within an Ensemble: means that performers do not act alone; they interact with other people. Stanislavsky was aware that many performers tend to stop acting, or lose their concentration, when they are not the main characters in a scene or when someone is talking. This tendency destroys the through line and causes the performers to move into and out of a role. That, in turn, weakens the scene of ensemble-the playing together of all the performers
4) Develop their own importance of specific/express specific emotions terms of specific details: this means that a performer should never try to act in general, he said, and should never try to convey feeling such as fear or love in some vague, amorphous way. In life, Stanislavsky said, we express emotions in terms of specifics, performers must find similar concrete activities. The performer must also conceive of the situation in which a character exists-what Stanislavsky referred to as the given circumstance-in terms of specific
5) Discover their character’s given circumstances. Must explore the What? Why? How? Any scene: this means that the performer’s attention must always be focused on a series of physical actions linked by the circumstances pf the play
Which of these excercises/techniques do you think is most important for the actor? Why

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The movie “wit

1. Review the film Wit and briefly summarize.
2. Compare and contrast the role of the nurse as the story progressed.
3. Identify a theoretical concept and describe its essential components.
5. Write an Abstract of your paper.
The purpose of the paper-
a. Analysis of the movie “Wit”
b. Online search of the nyrsing literature regarding conceptual/theoretical nursing models

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Being the Critic

e the Movie Critic

Imagine you are a movie critic writing for your own popular movie blog.

Write a 700 to 1,050 word review of The Graduate” (Nichols, 1967)
in which you analyze the movie in terms of its genre and the elements of film. As part of your role as a movie critic, create your own scale to rate the movie; for example, a scale of 1 through 5 stars is typical of many movie critics.
Address and answer the following in your movie review of ”The Graduate” (Nichols, 1967)
• Identify the film’s genre and whether or not it was typical or atypical of its genre. Include a discussion of the film’s story in your discussion of the film’s genre.
• Do you think the editing was appropriate? Why or why not?
• Was the sound use effective or ineffective? Why?
• What feelings, if any, did the score elicit?
• Describe the film’s cinematography and how it did or did not support the mood and tone of the movie.
• How was the social context in which the film was made present in the film?
• What was the meaning of the film?
• What personal influences or biases do you have that affected your opinion?
• Was this film enjoyable? Why or why not? Did the story and plot “work” for you?
• Would you recommend the movie, and how do you rate it on your scale?
Format: This assignment must be in APA paper format. See the “APA Writing and Style Guidelines” as well as the “UoP APA Paper Template” documents under Week 1 Recommended activities if you are unsure of proper APA format for a paper of this type. Be sure to properly format and cite your film titles, double-space your paper with the first line of each paragraph indented, include a separate title page, and include a separate References page at the end of the paper with proper entry for your film and any other sources you use information from.

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Theatre 10 questions to answer

like the last order from you, and these are 10 question from same class it need to be done! same info for the book online

for the book I just order it online

I need as a clear short answers.

1. what is the definition of acting?
2. why is precicely important
3. what are given circumstances
4. as it means in acting does it mean to improvise?
5 what are the five question an actor needs to have knowledge of?
6. what is playing the action
7. why is acting the process of transformation
8. what is asubtext?
9. as it relates to acting what is meant by listening

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Write a brief critical response (2-3pp, double-spaced. Thoughtful titles, font size no larger than #12, uniform 1” margins around all four sides of the page please) to one of the cinematic antecedents to the Film Noir Genre — either The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919), or Little Caesar (1931) — that you have viewed. A solid response to a movie provides the writer’s critical assessment of a film and its cinematic techniques supported by evidence the writer gathers from the film. It is not a plot synopsis or the enthusiastic blurbs of publicity hype. Use the present tense when writing your response and avoid words such as “great’’, “excellent,” “bad,” and the all-encompassing “really good”. Instead, consider elements like setting, theme (main idea), mise-en-scene (what is before the camera), cinematography (lighting and camera use), sound, special, effects, or symbols/symbolism. Remember, you are drafting a very short paper, so it is better to discuss one single feature in depth rather than attempt to cover all possibilities. Focus your thoughts instead. Ready? Set? Discuss!
Additional Notes:
1) Although it is true that good writing often takes risks, originality in style or thought will not necessarily excuse serious deficiencies.
2) Conversely, correctness – the mere absence of surface errors – does not automatically qualify an essay for any particular grade.
3) Essay grades reflect the performance on the page NOT the amount of time, or effort made in producing the paper.
4) Grades in the C-F range mean that you should make several appointments to work with a writing tutor on various drafts of upcoming assignments for help developing, clarifying, and refining your ideas and/or eradicating problems with grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
5) Consistent problems with grammar, spelling, and/or punctuation in your papers also suggest that you to begin consulting a handbook like Diana Hacker’s A Pocket Style Manual 6th Edition. Make it part of your writing and revising routine!
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Seeing Culture: Vision, Visuality and The Senses

does the film The Sessions challenge conventional understandings of sexuality? Use examples from the film in your answer, making connections between the framing of particular scenes from the film, and normative understandings / expectations of bodies and sexual expression.

a) Extent to which the essay is focused on the specific question selected
b) Structure: statement of aims in introduction, organisation of material (logical order and flow of discussion), conclusion
c) Clarity of argument, quality of analysis and fluency in cultural studies terms
d) Identification of appropriate themes and concepts from the set texts and further reading and their usefulness in the analysis of examples
e) Use of appropriate evidence to support claims
f) Adequate and appropriate citation of sources

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research essay on hollywood film

1. the complete instructions are in the file ‘essay questions’ and ‘essay question revision’.
2. Choose question 1 as the essay question.
3. PDF file ‘topic3’ is the lecture notes

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Discuss the specific acting demands that the actor faces making a film of this genre for the Final paper.

Choose an actor or actress with a major role in a movie from one of the following five “Required Viewing” films from the genres The Western, Crime and Gangster, Horror and Suspense, War, and Anti-War, Drama Films.
Discuss the specific acting demands that the actor faces making a film of this genre.
Now choose a different actor or actress with a major role in a film from a different genre listed above. In what ways do the acting demands on these two actors differ? In what ways are they similar?

You must address material covered in the lectures and required reading material as well as your own observations to make your points. You may also cite material from recommended reading for extra credit, but you are not required to do so. Be specific and thorough in your observations, opinions and arguments. (Do not include long sections devoted to plot details in your paper.The Special Readers and the Instructor have seen these films – more than once! Instead, get directly to the specifics of your arguments.)

Remember — You must cite appropriate portions of both the required reading and the lectures to support the arguments in your papers. Failure to do so will significantly lower your grade.

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