170713 UE Film and archives: Stock footage and everything under the sun (2019S)
Using archival material to make your good film great.
- Registration is open from Mo 11.02.2019 09:00 to Su 24.02.2019 23:55
- Registration is open from We 27.02.2019 09:00 to Mo 04.03.2019 23:55
- Deregistration possible until Th 21.03.2019 23:55
Freitag 14.6.2019, 13:15-15:15, Seminarraum 2 H 558, UZA II, Rotunde
Samstag, 15.6.2019, 11:30-18:00, Seminarraum 2 H 558, UZA II, Rotunde
Sonntag, 16.6.2019, 11:30-18:00, Seminarraum 2 H 558, UZA II, Rotunde
Samstag, 22.6.2019, 14:30-19:00, Seminarraum 2 H 415, UZA II, Rotunde
Sonntag, 23.6.2019, 13:00-19:00, Seminarraum 2 H 558, UZA II, Rotunde
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Pop Quiz #2 5%
4 Assignments. 40%
Final Exam 30%
Participation 20%Beginning the second week, the class will break into ‘working groups’ to begin discussing the researching and writing of your research paper focusing on themes of technology, media content and society. Class members will work in small groups, each person writing a chapter on a select film that reflects a specific story involving censorship. We will review your choices and the working groups during the second day of class.Student research reports will examine a specific story related to the media and societal issues such as ethnicity, gender and ethnicity. I will work with each of you individually, helping you explore the questions you will attempt to answer as you design and write your report.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
a. Live lectures.
b. Readings from assigned books.
c. Threaded discussion by students
d. Community learning. You will write a research paper/TECHNOLOGY
The course will include several different technologies. These are:
Live lectures with screenings
Threaded discussions online
Student feedback during lectures
Sharing drafts of research papers.