Every major film studio has agents (or film publicists) to work with the media. Pre-release screenings (READ MORE)
(Ch. 13) 5 Tips for Reviewing DVD/Blu-Ray
what are some of the things you should do when reviewing DVDs or Blu-Ray? (READ MORE)
(Ch. 11) Reviewing Political Films
When we view political films we will discover that viewers are not the only ones with bias; filmmakers creating projects can present their leanings in cinema as well. (READ MORE)
(Module 12) Ten-Minute Film Review
As soon as the film ends, and the credits begin to roll, start you stopwatch and follow these 10 easy steps to have a complete film review captured in just ten minutes (READ MORE)
(Module 11) Mystery and Suspense Films for Consideration
Here you’ll find a collection of films that offer either mystery, suspense, and possibly a few thrills & chills (READ MORE)
(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)
(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 7) Acting: A Natural Way of Life … or is it?
If one was going to try to judge Johnny Depp’s performance in Edward Scissorhands compared to Tom Hanks (READ MORE)
(Module 5) Top Ten Things Not To Do in Film Criticism
There are several things we all know to do in relation to film reviewing … but equally important is “what not to do”… (READ MORE)
(Module 4) Creating a Title for your Review
When you create a title/headline for your film review or evaluation, you should become a critical thinker and get creative with your words.
(Module 2) Reviewing Films – Six First Steps
We will continue offer tips and thoughts throughout the semester on critiquing film and writing reviews.