Directions for creating your Film Blog and your first post assignment will be found here … (READ MORE)
Ch.14: Coming of Age in a Young Adult World
When you think of Young Adult (YA) fiction in film, most of those stories are adapted from best selling novels covering…
(ch. 12) Action and Adventure Snapshot
(Ch. 10) Also known as “Popcorn Flicks” – most action films are not critically acclaimed, but they do normally have large budgets (READ MORE)
(ch. 12) The Politics of Film
Filmmakers of political cinema are interested in every aspect of what makes a society tick. They invite each of us to examine our predispositions and motivations. Think about it. What are the most important issues (READ MORE)
(Module 11)What is a mystery film?
Mystery film is a sub-genre of the more general category of crime film genre. It focuses on the efforts of the…
(Module 11) Stephen King: Grandmaster of Horror
There are your typical horror/thriller authors, and then there is Stephen King. King has received numerous accolades for his works,
(Module 11) The Blumhouse Impact on Horror
Blum, the production genius behind the successes of Paranormal Activity, The Purge, Get Out, Split and Halloween (2018), understands
(Ch. 10) – Production Design and Film
This lesson will help to educate you on the significance of the why the production designer matters.
(Module 8) Reviewing Foreign Language Films: 11 Tips
Reviewing foreign language films may seem daunting to the general film goer, but there is much than can be learned from exploring international cinema.
(Module 8) It is a Reel Small World After All
The international box-office has moved Hollywood into the back seat in the 21st Century
(Module 8) Hollywood meets Backwoods
One of the most successful indie filmmakers in the United States is Earl Owensby from Shelby, NC. (READ MORE)
(Module 7) An Exploration of Comedy
The language (or the math) of comedy is something that does not always translate (or calculate) for everyone (READ MORE)
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