Reading Film (Fall 2011)

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November 22nd, 2011 by martinvukaj · No Comments · Class Summary

11/21 Talked about Ms. Herzogs film assignment. -famous directors thaat are literalistic -Mike Lee -Woody Lee Directors that take you out of the film to remind you you are watching a film, and these people are not real. Ferguson not going to be here next Wednesday or the Wednesday following. -Messy draft, bring in hard […]

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Class Summary 10/31/11

October 31st, 2011 by sandra411 · No Comments · Class Summary

Today professor started off by telling us that our proposals should be uploaded to the site as soon as possible. They all need to be completed in order to start our research. Then we moved onto our next assignment which is titled Annotated Bibliography. We will have to find three secondary sources that have to do […]

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Class Summary For Oct. 26

October 26th, 2011 by Denisha Bayley · No Comments · Class Summary

Today, our main focus was on revising our investigative proposals. The majority of class time was spent on trying to spruce up our proposal questions. Prof. Ferguson metioned that if anyone was really having any difficulty with their question, they should start with a list of key terms and then build their question around them. […]

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Class Summary of 24th Oct,

October 24th, 2011 by Daniel Min · No Comments · Class Summary

Initially our class began to talk about the cinematic experience much like Barthe’s essay on “Leaving the theatre”. The quality of cinematic experience compare to watching it on a smart phone are vastly different in terms of developing a taste of true art. That experience when ushers were instructed not to let people in after […]

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Class Summary

October 19th, 2011 by Jeen Kim · No Comments · Class Summary

Class started with this video. After, time was assigned for free writing. Then, we passed around our investigative proposals for peer evaluations. The point of this was to point out where the proposals lacked and where we could improve/edit. Some things to think about were: Did the question have a question mark? Was the investigative […]

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10/12/2011 Class Summary by Steven Rengifo

October 12th, 2011 by Steven Rengifo · No Comments · Class Summary

For those who missed todays class, first we caught up with what Professor Herzog lectured and showed us. We spent a couple of minutes discussing “Umberto D.” and Italian Neorealism. Since we are almost half way through our first semester in college, Prof. Ferguson asked us how we felt with our other classes. Somehow he […]

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9/26 Class Summary

September 26th, 2011 by Tom Schalk · No Comments · Class Summary

Our class discussed Roland Barthes’ Essay, which analyzed messages within media. While looking at it, we took notice of Harvey’s list of writing elements, particularly stance and style. A Stance should be clease, and a style should be just interesting. Not seeming too dull or too flamboyant. Barthes’ style consists of equaling himself with the readers (via his […]

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Class Summary: 9/21

September 21st, 2011 by Natalie Bernabe · No Comments · Class Summary

First of all, we were told we have an upcoming trip to The Museum of Moving Images, which is located in 36-01 35 Ave, Astoria, NY. The trip is on November 3rd, a Thursday, from either 11:30am-1:30 or 12pm to 2pm, depending on what the teachers decide. It was said that those who cannot make […]

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Class Summary 9/19

September 19th, 2011 by Eric Dorcean · No Comments · Class Summary

First we looked at the class summary for the previous class Watched the first few minutes of A Movie We discussed our own interpretations of the movie Essays were collected We took the GOrden Harveys “Elements of the Academic Essay” and discussed the element of evidence We discussed Semiotics: the study of signs   . […]

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Class Summary(Wednesday 9/14)

September 14th, 2011 by Jihae Park · 1 Comment · Class Summary

The class started by reviewing the Eisenstein’s essay; how do we think about this essay. Then, we took out the Harvey’s paper and went over number 2, motive. We took few minutes to look for the motive sentences in Eisenstein’s essay.  We found few sentences and one of them was the third paragraph, which was […]

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