(Ch. 10) Also known as “Popcorn Flicks” – most action films are not critically acclaimed, but they do normally have large budgets (READ MORE)
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Module 10 Discussion Board/Response Post
Engage in all the materials in this module and respond to any FOUR of the following prompts (at least 100 words for each question). Make sure you read each prompt carefully.
Module 10 Overview
As you explore module 10, you’ll continue to get deeper into the craft crew who bring films to life. You’ll find several interviews, video engagements, a documentary exploring an abandoned nuclear power plant
Module 10 – Instructor video interaction
Anya Taylor Joy, Bill Nighy, Ruth Carter and film critic Adam Long are featured in interviews this week …
Module 10 – Finding One’s Place: The Location Scout
One of the most often overlooked crew members is the location scout and the team who spends hours upon hours of searching for the “perfect” place to shoot scenes in a film. From the high school library used in the Breakfast Club, to the diner in Baby Driver, to Clark Kent’s farmhouse in Justice League
Module 10 – Time to Make up and get Hairy
If you take the time to look at the credits at the end of films, you’ll discover crews connected to hair and makeup. These artists can take us into the past, into the future and into other worlds.
Module 10: The Costume Designer: It’s Not all About “Dress up”
The costume designer in film (TV or stage) is responsible for bringing to life any elements of clothing to the character that reflects a sense of place, time, or purpose. From WWII period uniforms in Saving Private Ryan, to the Mad Hatter’s hat in the fantasy world of Alice in Wonderland…
(Module 10) Indie Films for Consideration
Comedies, action, adventure, sci-fi, drama and horror –indie films come in all shapes and sizes. Here is a list of a few for viewing consideration.(READ MORE)
(Ch. 10) – Production Design and Film
This lesson will help to educate you on the significance of the why the production designer matters.