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Analyzing film. WOD Prompt: After reading Ambrose Bierce’s “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” and watching the two short films, decide which film best represents the story and why. Use specific details from the short story AS WELL AS both films to argue your point. brainstorm.

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analyzing film
Analyzing film
  • WOD Prompt: After reading Ambrose Bierce’s “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” and watching the two short films, decide which film best represents the story and why. Use specific details from the short story AS WELL AS both films to argue your point.
brainstorm
brainstorm
  • On your brainstorming sheet, observe and make notes about the following categories as you watch the short films, keeping in mind the actual short story that we read in class. Your brainstorming sheet will count as part of your final grade, so be detailed and specific!
analyzing film categories
Analyzing film categories
  • Costumes and props—What are the actors wearing? How does it fit the mood? Are the costume changes important and noticeable? How well did the props play in? Were they useful or too obtrusive?
  • Setting and Background - Does the setting fit the scene? Are the background actions distracting or do they steal your attention? Is it believable or way too fake?
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Analyzing film categories
  • Acting - Did you believe the characters? Not if you like them or not, but did they make you believe they were real?
  • Camera Techniques - What sort of shots does the director typically use and what is the impact of them?
  • Music - How does the music fit in? Is it distracting or too soft? Does it help move the movie along?
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Analyzing film categories
  • Pacing and Organization - Does the movie flow well or is it choppy? Too quick? Too slow? Was it in any sort of discernible order or was it confusing?
  • Writing- How was the story, plot, and dialogue? Did it keep you interested? Was it believable? Was it an effective representation of what we read in class?
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