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The purpose of this paper is to reflect upon what you have learned from reading

The purpose of this paper is to reflect upon what you have learned from reading Moran’s and Chalaby’s articles. When writing, consider the following: - What new concepts and practices have you learned? (e.g., the history and evolution of formats since the 1930s; how does format trade work today; what is a format Bible; who is a Travelling Producer; what is a superformat; and what does FRAPA do) - How has your learning affected preconceptions or misconceptions you brought with…

Watch the American and British versions of Shameless (Pilot Episode) carefully a

Watch the American and British versions of Shameless (Pilot Episode) carefully and multiple times if possible, and write a 500-word analytical essay focusing on the following: - What kind of narratological and stylistic/aesthetic divergences did you see? These can include the length of each episode, the plot development, character portrayal (protagonist, antagonists), the setting, the camera work, and film aesthetic realization, the placement of program within the broadcasting schedule and lineup, its programming profile, the number of seasons and/or episodes…

Write an approx. 500-word letter from a character from the film IT to one of the

Write an approx. 500-word letter from a character from the film IT to one of the following: The director of the film The screenwriter The actor who plays this character A character in another film chosen from the four above This letter should interrogate the character’s gender representation on screen. Points will be rewarded for: Style (Grammar should all be correct. Use clear and concise language. This should be a second or third draft.) Creativity and innovation (Make it something…

Write a review of the show The Heights: Chasing Broadway Dreams. Video of the s

Write a review of the show The Heights: Chasing Broadway Dreams. Video of the show: https://www.pbs.org/wnet/gperf/heights-chasing-broadway-dreams-full-episode/7642/ Go to: http://www.nytimes.com/theater/shows/all-reviews.html This will make you understand what a well-written review should entail. In addition, make observations of how the performance relates to our work done in class. Using the book that related to the class as the reference for the review.

Prompt:3 to 4 pages. I am interested in hearing your thoughts on how “Blues for

Prompt:3 to 4 pages. I am interested in hearing your thoughts on how "Blues for Mr. Charlie," "The Trojan Women" and "Troy Too" speak for justice. And, therefore, I would like you to compare and contrast the three plays. You may follow the suggestions below or choose your own way of writing about the plays. In any case, please make certain to include short quotes from the texts to support your statements. We might ask: What have you learned about…

Read Great Leap by Lauren Yee and Identify a ritual in the piece and describe it

Read Great Leap by Lauren Yee and Identify a ritual in the piece and describe it. Then explain how it is used in the overall structure of the piece. Consider the following: Where in the story does the ritual takes place? What is the “before” state and “after” state? Which characters are involved? (i.e. to whom does this ritual have meaning?) Is it an individual or group ritual? Does it change the direction of the story or the point of…