Reading Film (Fall 2011)

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Our first report

September 18th, 2011 by Eric Dorcean · 1 Comment · 1 Diagramming Difference

Film Both Literature   Ø Substance (Actors, Music, Scenery and 3D/4D )   Ø Usually directed to an audience of many     Ø Both tell a story   Ø Both have evolved into a part of society   Ø Characters and scenery are more imaginative   Ø Usually directed to an audience of one […]

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Diagramming Differences

September 18th, 2011 by Roberto Rodriguez · 1 Comment · 1 Diagramming Difference

Good morning Ladies and Gentleman I understand that there is a dilemma on whether or not there should be a film club in the English Department. There are many similarities between the mediums of film and literature that would justify a film club in the English Department. But while there are many similarities between the […]

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Literature vs. Film

September 18th, 2011 by Stephen Mahoney · 1 Comment · 1 Diagramming Difference

Film and literature, two medias of art that can easily go hand and hand as would painting and photography for instance. As a photo can be taken to recreate a painting, a movie can easily be produced to recreate a piece of literature. This is because films and literature for the most part utilize the […]

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Words, Cinema, and YOU!

September 18th, 2011 by Tom Schalk · 1 Comment · 1 Diagramming Difference, Prof Ferguson

Words, Cinema, and YOU! (I assume you’ll be looking at the diagram printed?) I’d like to welcome you, Professor Hubert Farnsworth, Doctor Emmett Brown, and Proffesor Rodney Dangerfield. Thank you for taking the time to come here. As clearly presented by your appearance, you’ve heard of the recent attempts by the students of Queens college […]

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Assignment #1

September 14th, 2011 by Kevin L. Ferguson · 2 Comments · 1 Diagramming Difference, Prof Ferguson

To test your initial list of what formal aspects film has, watch Bruce Conner’s A Movie (1958; there’s a commercial you have to watch first): http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/3-9tCeFX0Eo/ As promised, here is a Sample Document  to show you what your college papers should look like. Always ask the instructor their preference, but in general make your writing […]

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