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Instructions

: For the Final Project in RTV3511, your goal is to apply the skills that we have learned throughout the semester about the TV and Film Production process by analyzing a real-life movie. An essay will then be written to support your analysis. High quality essays will be sure to tie in several specific course concepts and provide explanations of those concepts as well.

Step 1: Begin by selecting one film from one of the lists below that focus on a specific production topic.

EXAMPLE: Film: Drive (2011) with Production Topic: Lighting

Step 2: Watch the film in its entirety. While watching, make sure to take notes relating to the film’s representation of your chosen production topic. It is helpful to list concepts that you notice in the film along with example shots that represent these concepts while taking notes.

EXAMPLE: Lighting Notes for Drive (2011):

–Unique lighting color scheme used

A,) Shot 1 Example – CU of

B.) Shot 2 Example – MS of

— Natural Light & Artificial light used

A.) Shot 1 Example – XCU of

B.) Shot 2 Example – WS of

— Low key lighting often used

A.) Shot 1 Example – CU of

B.) Shot 2 Example – MS of

Step 2: Compose a

2-3 page double spaced essay

that analyzes your chosen film according to your chosen topic. APA style may be used, but essays will not be graded on the basis of style guide. Sample outlines are provided for each production topic on the following page.

EXAMPLE: Essay Outline for Drive (2011)

Introduction

Body

Lighting Color Schemes

Lighting Types Used

Lighting Configurations Used

Conclusion

Step 3: Submit your completed essay to the Webcourses assignment titled “Final Project: Film Analysis”

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RTV3511: Final Project—Film Analysis
Instructions: For the Final Project in RTV3511, your goal is to apply the skills that we have
learned throughout the semester about the TV and Film Production process by analyzing a real-
life movie. An essay will then be written to support your analysis. High quality essays will be
sure to tie in several specific course concepts and provide explanations of those concepts as well.
Step 1: Begin by selecting one film from one of the lists below that focus on a specific
production topic.
EXAMPLE: Film: Drive (2011) with Production Topic: Lighting
Step 2: Watch the film in its entirety. While watching, make sure to take notes relating to the
film’s representation of your chosen production topic. It is helpful to list concepts that you notice
in the film along with example shots that represent these concepts while taking notes.
EXAMPLE: Lighting Notes for Drive (2011):
–Unique lighting color scheme used
A,) Shot 1 Example – CU of
B.) Shot 2 Example – MS of
— Natural Light & Artificial light used
A.) Shot 1 Example – XCU of
B.) Shot 2 Example – WS of
— Low key lighting often used
A.) Shot 1 Example – CU of
B.) Shot 2 Example – MS of
Step 3: Compose a 2-3 page double spaced essay that analyzes your chosen film according to
your chosen topic. APA style may be used, but essays will not be graded on the basis of style
guide. Sample outlines are provided for each production topic on the following page.
EXAMPLE: Essay Outline for Drive (2011)
1) Introduction
2) Body
a) Lighting Color Schemes
b) Lighting Types Used
c) Lighting Configurations Used
3) Conclusion
Step 4: Submit your completed essay to the Webcourses assignment titled “Final Project: Film
Inalysis” by the deadline of Friday, April 30th by 11:59PM.
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Film Options & Production Topics
Remember: Only choose ONE film and ONE production topic!
A.) Film Options: Lighting
1.) Drive (2011)
2.) Blade Runner (1982)
3.) The Dark Knight (2008)
B.) Film Options: Sound
1.) Jurassic Park (1993)
2.) The Matrix (1999)
3.) Birdman (2014)
C.) Film Options: Script Writing
1.) Juno (2007)
2.) The Big Lebowski (1998)
3.) Moneyball (2011)
D.) Film Options: Editing
1.) Baby Driver (2017)
2.) Gravity (2014)
3.) Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (2003)
RTV3511: Final Project
Page < 3 of 3 ZOOM + Sample Essay Outlines Note: The following essay outlines are only examples of what topics to discuss. Students may also develop their own unique essay outlines. A.) Essay Outline: Lighting 1) Introduction 2) Body a) Lighting Color Schemes b) Lighting Types Used c) Lighting Configurations Used 3) Conclusion B.) Essay Outline: Sound 1) Introduction 2) Body a) Microphone Types Used b) Sound Types Used c) Music Styles Used 3) Conclusion C.) Essay Outline: Script Writing 1) Introduction 2) Body a) Script Type(s) Used b) Script Structure Used c) Unique Dialogue Used 3) Conclusion RED D.) Essay Outline: Editing 1) Introduction 2) Body a) Editing Type(s) Used b) Post-Production Stages Used c) Uniquely Edited Shots 3) Conclusion Purchase answer to see full attachment

  
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