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Now that you have watched the clip and read the interview in the Week 15 Module, and outlined your initial observations, it is time to write your Film Journal.
Consider the questions you answered and the points you made in your outline
Expand the thoughts and ideas in your outline into an essay format: Introduction, Body Paragraphs, and Conclusion
Due Date: Tuesday 12/1/2020 at 11:59 p.m.
Typed – double spaced – Times New Roman – 12 pt.
300-500 words (approximately 1-2 pages).
Use complete sentences and proofread for grammar.
Always cite the source if you mention ideas/words that are not your own.
Watch the following talk from Agnès Varda and read this excerpt from an interview with Agnès Varda and Bérénice Reynaud from the Walker Museum website (pages 14-15 and 25-27).
In your outline and journal this week, reflect on what you learned from this clip and article. Read the following questions before you watch and consider them during your screening to help you write your outline.
What did you find most interesting?
What is something you learned about filmmaking?
What is something that surprised you?
What connections can you make about the French New Wave?
What did you learn about Agnes Varda as a director and artist?
You can draw connections to the lecture/film clips posted last week in the Week 14 Module or the class textbook (cite if you use), but don’t seek other outside sources. This assignment is about reflecting on what Varda says in the conversations posted here.
Outline due Tuesday 11/24/2020 at 11:59 p.m
(5 – 7 points about the clip and article posted above)
Essay due Tuesday 12/1/2020 at 11:59 p.m.
(300 – 500 words about what you think about the clip and article posted above)
This is a different due date than usual due to the holiday this week. Please set a reminder for this assignment so that you don’t forget to submit it on time. I will still post announcements as usual.