I’m working on a film discussion question and need a sample draft to help me und

I’m working on a film discussion question and need a sample draft to help me understand better.When we discuss race in film and other media texts, the notion of “having a race” is typically thought of as the portrayal of racial minority groups or “Others,” and whiteness is often considered invisible or “normal.” It is, however, a constructed identity like any other. What do you consider to be examples of whiteness in everyday life?; how are these (re)constructed in film, and other texts?; and why is this problematic? Contrast representations of sporting whiteness with representations of black athletes? What do these filmic treatments tell us about race in the United States? (200 words min)
Requirements: 200 words min

I need support with this Film question so I can learn better.You have just been

I need support with this Film question so I can learn better.You have just been hired as a new stage manager and discovered that your parents sold the stage manager kit you created in college at a garage sale when they wanted to turn your bedroom in to an Airbnb. Fortunately, you have ten things from you kit left in the trunk of your car (you choose) to start rebuilding from…Create a new (virtual) stage manager kit. You have a budget of $500 in the form of an Amazon gift card.Identify the 10 items that were in the trunk of your car.
Go shopping, fill your kit, spend the gift card.Spend up to $500.
You must buy a new container for your kit.
Don’t buy a new computer.
Create a master list of what is in your kit.Use the template in the link below.
Name the file using the following convention: FileName_LastName_Date.xls so it looks like this: SMKit_Dougherty_20210131.xls
Upload your completed spreadsheet to Canvas.
Requirements: Requirements: enough to do the homework​

I’m working on a film report and need a sample draft to help me study.Please wri

I’m working on a film report and need a sample draft to help me study.Please write a 3-5 page paper that provides a comparative formal analysis of two television episodes from class, “Happy Days with Fonzie” & “The Bold Ones: The New Doctors Discovery” , the link for both videos as below:https://mystuff.bublup.com/mybublup/#/mystuff/001-…This short essay should consider how these shows address youth audiences or construct images of American youths through their styles, characterizations, genre orientations and/or branding strategies. Pose a clear and complex argument about how these programs aesthetically (via devices of cinematography/camerawork, mise en scène, editing, sound) and narratively (story, writing/dialogue, industrial management, advertising structure, etc.) construct perceptions of young people for American consumers and/or hail children, adolescents, teenagers, and/or young adults through marketing appeals. Please focus on the episodes themselves and make your claim specific/manageable for the purposes of a short paper. Try to locate similarity within difference and/or difference within similarity when conducting your analysis – the shows will likely never be entirely opposed or entirely aligned in their ideological addresses, aesthetic compositions, or narrative sensibilities. Please cite a minimum of three class readings(SEE ATTACHED FILES FOR THIS, ONLY CITE ATTACHED FILES AS REFERENCES) to support your argument. Requirements: 3-5 pages and cite 3 readings as references from attached files

I’m studying and need help with a Film question to help me learn.Please write a

I’m studying and need help with a Film question to help me learn.Please write a response in multi-paragraph form (400-500 words total) to the following prompt, making sure to elaborate on the arguments from the readings in your own words (lengthy quotes do not count toward the word count – instead, use your own words). Make sure to answer all the parts of the prompt fully, and to proofread your work before submitting it.1. In Advertising as Religion, Sut Jhally argues that historically, advertisements emerged from modern consumerist culture and echoed Karl Marx’s notion of commodity fetishism. What is commodity fetishism and how does it relate to advertisement cultures? 2. In “Rhetoric of the Image,” Roland Barthes analyses the Panzani advertisement in his semiotic approach and concludes that in the ad “the literal image is denoted, and the symbolic image is connoted” (37). What is denotation and connotation according to Barthes, and more importantly, how is Barthes’ approach to analysis advertisement differ from Jhally’s. 3. Referring to screenings from this week, give an example that substantiate Jhally’s comparisons between advertisement industries to organized religion. for the book Mythologies by Barthes, just read pages 58–61 and 107–115 of this book.and also you need to do the peer feedback
Requirements: 400-500

I don’t understand this Film question and need help to study.filmographyYour fir

I don’t understand this Film question and need help to study.filmographyYour first formal assignment for this course is to create a filmography. This filmography will focus on the films that have been most impactful in your life, and for whatever reason have made a lasting impression on you. You will assemble a list of 10-15 films and offer brief observations about the appeal of these films and their characters. You will be required to organize this filmography as you would an annotated bibliography for any other class, so please be precise. Begin each entry in your filmography with a citation in the Modern Language Association (MLA) format. List each film by its title (in italics). Include the name of the director, the distributor, and the release year. If relevant, list performer names after the director’s name. Use the abbreviation perf. to head this list. End the entry with the appropriate medium of publication (e.g. DVD, VHS, Laser disc). Double-space all material in each entry:Ed Wood. Dir. Tim Burton. Perf. Johnny Depp, Martin Landau, Sarah Jessica Parker, Patricia Arquette. Touchstone, 1994. DVD.The annotation that follows the citation need not be more than 2-3 lines, but you may write more if you wish. Each annotation should address and answer the following questions:What is the genre of the film?
What about the film made an impression on you? (For instance, consider acting, plot, setting, art design, dialogue, etc.)
What is significant or memorable about the character/s?
Your annotations can be crisp and colloquial. Let them capture, in your own voice, the essence of your feelings about the films and characters. Ultimately, each entry should provide information that is clear, accurate, and particular to your own experience of the film. When you’ve completed your list, alphabetize your entries by title and, voila! You have your personal filmography, a document that should tell you as much about yourself as about your film and character interests. Requirements: 12221