You will need to read, watch and listen and then respond before the deadline (READ MORE)
Category: chapter 9
Filmmaker Engagements (disaster, action, epic and war films)
Noel Manning interviews filmmakers of action, adventure, disaster and war films …
The Life of the Hollywood Stunt-person
Stuntmen are increasingly Hollywood’s go-to action directors
Some of today’s top action directors have doubled for Brad Pitt, Wolverine and Neo in “The Matrix.”
(Module 9) TONE AND VOICE … How do you find it?
Tone (or voice) is really defined as a particular style or approach to writing (or delivering) your reviews. You may find that showing humor
(Module 9) Reviewing for Print, Online, Radio, Podcasts, and TV
Remember to provide a nutshell synopsis, identify the key cast/crew members, and strengths … (READ MORE)
(Module 9) Interview with a Critic
Sean O’Connell, based in Charlotte NC, travels the world interviewing the biggest stars and most successful filmmakers.
(Module 9) The Talent Behind the SPX World
In this post, you’ll get to meet some of those masters behind the scenes of the spx world.
(Module 9) Blockbusters and Event Films
“Jaws” was a must-see film, and audience members across the nation would stand in long lines stretching entire city blocks (READ MORE)
(Module 9) Superhero Films Reviewing List
If you decide to review a superhero film for you next evaluation, you may choose from the following (READ MORE)
(Module 9) Why Superheroes Matter
Every major superhero holds a unique appeal. Sure, Spider-Man is the quiet, self-conscious outsider … (READ MORE)
(Module 9) Science Fiction Films to Explore
From disasters, to dystopian futures, to alien invasions, to time travel, to science gone amok -(READ MORE)
(Module 9) Visual Effects
Today we take computer generated effects for granted, but if we look at the credits at the end of a major effects-driven film we will see the massive team(READ MORE)
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