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-is it built on by one of the other articles assigned for that week.

they are less than 4 pages and ask you:
-to describe the 3 most important ideas being
advanced in the article.
Then connect the article to the other articles of the week.
-Does it build on the
article, or perhaps,
-is it built on by one of the other articles assigned for that week.
Then answer: how do
the films assigned the week before, connect or relate to the article.
Film name is: ALL_THAT_HEAVEN_ALLOWS
***please watch the film and read two articles.

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*medea by euripides .

In no fewer than 600 words, answer the following prompt: Using specific lines from the text and the elements specifically discussed in the lecture, detail how “Medea” reflects Greek Drama and analyze why Medea does what she does in the play. Justify or condemn her actions. Specifically cite the text at least three times in your response.
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*Medea by Euripides .

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Double spaced.

In detail, analyze and evaluate “Othello”. Make sure to review, in detail: -Acting -Scene design (including lights and sound) -Costume -Overall show 600 word minimum. College level writing. Double spaced.
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Double spaced.

In detail, analyze and evaluate “Othello”. Make sure to review, in detail: -Acting -Scene design (including lights and sound) -Costume -Overall show 600 word minimum. College level writing. Double spaced.
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Drama and Theatre

*medea by euripides .

In no fewer than 600 words, answer the following prompt: Using specific lines from the text and the elements specifically discussed in the lecture, detail how “Medea” reflects Greek Drama and analyze why Medea does what she does in the play. Justify or condemn her actions. Specifically cite the text at least three times in your response.
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*Medea by Euripides .

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Drama and Theatre

Film name is: all_that_heaven_allows

they are less than 4 pages and ask you:
-to describe the 3 most important ideas being
advanced in the article.
Then connect the article to the other articles of the week.
-Does it build on the
article, or perhaps,
-is it built on by one of the other articles assigned for that week.
Then answer: how do
the films assigned the week before, connect or relate to the article.
Film name is: ALL_THAT_HEAVEN_ALLOWS
***please watch the film and read two articles.

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Drama and Theatre

#NAME?

knowledge of theatre terminology and the production team responsibilities. You will demonstrate your analysis skills and use them to create and design for a production.
-designing costumes
-advertisement poster for the play -designing costumes

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What is achieved through the use of parallel editing in this scene?

PLEASE MAKE SURE THE ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS ARE ONLY BASED ON THE LECTURE, SLIDES, AND FILMS THAT I PROVIDED. NO OUTSIDE DEFINITIONS OR INFORMATION, IT MUST BE ON THE NOTES!! Thank you
based on the lecture, I provided in the files, answer the following questions according to each slide, it says on top of the question.
FOR EXAMPLE, the first question is on slides 34-35.
1.) ( Silence of the Lambs clip): SLIDES (34-35)
What is achieved through the use of parallel editing in this scene? How does it play with your expectations – what all your years of watching films has taught you to expect from this type of editing between the exterior and interior shots?

THE LINK FOR THE SHORT FILM IS ON SLIDE 34 FOR THIS QUESTION OR RIGHT ABOVE THIS ^^
2.) ( 4 00 Blows clip): SLIDE 39.
This clip shows what’s called a whip
pan being used to hide the edit
between two shots – a cut is made
after a quick pan of the camera.
Although the edit is hidden, what
effect does this create that breaks the
rules of continuity concerning the
boys we are watching?

THE LINK FOR THIS FILM IS ALSO ON SLIDE #39.
3.) (Taxi Driver clip): SLIDE 43.
Describe the jump cut used here.
What meaning does it create in
how you interpret what is
happening in this scene?
NOTE: do not confuse all the cuts from one shot
to another or the dissolves as being jump cuts.
There is only one true jump cut in this scene.

THE LINK FOR THIS FILM IS ALSO ON SLIDE #43.
4.) ( City of God clip): SLIDE #46.
Name three editing
techniques used in this
scene. Be sure to supply
the definition of each, how
they appear/are used in
the seen, and describe the
meaning or effect created
by each.

THE LINK FOR THIS FILM IS ALSO ON SLIDE #46.
PLEASE MAKE SURE THE ANSWERS ARE BASED ON THE NOTES, LECTURE, AND LINKS FOR THE SHORT FILMS.

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Drama and Theatre

-designing costumes

knowledge of theatre terminology and the production team responsibilities. You will demonstrate your analysis skills and use them to create and design for a production.
-designing costumes
-advertisement poster for the play
-designing costumes

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Drama and Theatre

Research the era, whether elizabethan, victorian, modem, neoclassical, among others, and give examples as to what constitutes a representative work for it.

Your paper should respond to two research questions:
The first question is “Is this or is it not a typical work for its author?” Many authors develop a career profile and readers often classify them as writers inclined, for example, to compose long works or short works, works using specific literary forms, works about war, romance, religion, politics, or autobiography. Demonstrate that you have researched your author’s career and learned what typifies the majority of her/his works. Give specific examples to support this as well as your determination of whether or not your work fits that profile.
The second part of this paper responds to a comparable question about whether or not your work is typical for the literary era in which it appeared. Research the era, whether Elizabethan, Victorian, Modem, Neoclassical, among others, and give examples as to what constitutes a representative work for it. Does the work you have chosen fit this profile or deviate from it?
Papers should be double spaced, follow the Modem Language Association Style Sheet, and use a 12 point font. Staple the pages together; no cover or cover page is necessary. Place your name, class (including section number), and the date of submission on the first page. Number all subsequent pages and place your last name at the top of each page. Place the list of works cited or a bibliography at the end.