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CHANGING PORTRAYAL OF BLACK AMERICANS IN FICTION AND FILM ESSAYS
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Revision materials includes written essays to all the sample questions and from the core textbook, with some additional essays and source questions. I got an A* in the new spec last year by writing these essays and the learning the points and examples; both the essays I answered, I had written for almost the exact question. They are extensive and tailored to the spec, as seen in the samples above. BUY AS BUNDLE, it is much cheaper, I cannot reduce the price any more on individual documents ...

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IVY SOCI111 Module 3 Quiz 2018
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Question Question 1 If a person judges another group by his or her own standards, he or she is being: ethnocentric. realistic. symbolic. culturally relative. Question 2 Many Americans believe that shark attacks happen more frequently than they actually do. Assuming that this is due to the way these rare events are covered by the media, this would be considered: mc043-1.jpg an intentional, short-term effect of the media. an unintentional, long-term effect of the media. an unintentional, shor...

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What 1927 film was the first feature-length talkie?
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What 1927 film was the first feature-length talkie? Question Question 1 What 1927 film was the first feature-length talkie? Answer The Blue Angel The Wizard of Oz The Black Pirate The Jazz Singer Question 2 2 points Why did movie theaters thrive during the Great Depression? Answer Brief escape from reality Prices relatively inexpensive Subsidized by the WPA Sources of current news Question 3 2 points How did Mohandas Gandhi convince the British to decolonize India in 1947? Answer Leading guerril...

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Michael Rabiger, Developing Story Ideas - Notes
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Notes from Michael Rabiger's book: Developing Story Ideas. It discusses the four modes that any storyteller must occupy; author, presenter, audience and critic. The notes summarise Rabiger's thoughts on how to develop a strong and effective story and lists all aspects that he describes as significant

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UofT CIN105Y1 Editing Lecture
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Film editing definitions and detailed definitions of types of transitions, dimensions in film editing, continuity editing, the 4 ways shots relate to one another by virtue of editing: graphic relations, rhythmic relations, spatial relations and temporal relations

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UofT CIN105Y1 Narrative Lecture
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Narrative in film. Topics include: narrative's three act structure, definition of narrative, the film "Raise the Red Lantern", story vs. plot, diegesis vs. non-diegesis, causality and time, the three variables of temporal-order, duration and frequency, narrative vs. narration, the dimensions of narration in film, subjective vs. objective narration

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COMS/WGST 335: Masculinity in Film
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This course takes a feminist perspective to analyze portrayals of sex and gender in film with a particular emphasis on how men and masculinity can be represented. The focus is on how films construct different notions of gender, how films can be read in different ways, and to what social uses film portrayals may be put.

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UofT CIN105Y1 Cinematography Lecture
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Cinematography definition and detailed definitions of: Topics related to the photographic qualities of the shot 1) Range of tonalities: includes film stock, rate of exposure, and filters 2) Speed of motion (fast motion and slow motion) 3) Perspective: includes lens choice (wide-angle, normal, telephoto, and zoom) and depth of field (selective focus and deep focus) Topics related to the framing of the shot 1) Frame dimension and shape: includes aspect ratio and masking (e.g., iris and split-s...

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Unit 8 Long Haul Destinations P4
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P4: Describe features and facilities that contribute to the appeal of a selected long-haul destination of different type of visitors from the UK There are plenty of reasons why the Sunshine State is still a top destination for children and adults. Florida can claim 1,350 miles of seashore – more than any of the 50 states except Alaska (yes, more than either California or Hawaii). It is also the only American state that is able to boast beaches on both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico...

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