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Friday November 20, 2009. Agenda Finalized Rosters/Attendance Club Dues Get Snacks Where is your 1 st period? New Officers/Duty Information Viewing : Young Frankenstein. Finalized Rosters. We have 21 members The following have not given me their paperwork: Casey Foreman

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friday november 20 2009

FridayNovember 20, 2009

Agenda

Finalized Rosters/Attendance

Club Dues

Get Snacks

Where is your 1st period?

New Officers/Duty Information

Viewing: Young Frankenstein

finalized rosters
Finalized Rosters
  • We have 21 members
  • The following have not given me their paperwork:
    • Casey Foreman
    • Sean Walker
club dues
Club Dues
  • Film Club Dues are due today!
  • If you are unable to pay, see me after the Viewing today to make special arrangements.
  • You can pay in installments ($3/month) or at once ($25/year)
  • This helps us with snacks, drinks, and movie rentals. It does not go to waste!
snacks for today
Snacks for Today…
  • Snacks are by the table…
  • Pepsi and Mountain Dew are in the fridge!
1 st period location
1st period location?
  • Pass out note cards!
  • Write down NAME, STUDENT NUMBER, and 1ST PERIOD LOCATION/TEACHER
officer elections
Officer Elections
  • Congratulations to the following:
  • Donna Phillips: Secretary
  • Kristeena Farmer/Chelsea Bencivenga: Co-Treasurers
  • Jasmine Smith: Vice-President
secretary
Secretary
  • Responsibilities: keeps records up-to-date, including but not limited to by-laws, minutes, and club rosters. The secretary also writes thank you notes to speakers and performers who contribute to film club.
treasurer s
Treasurer(s)
  • Responsibilities: collects dues; gives receipts of any and all transactions; keeps accurate reports of income/expenses of the club.
vice president
Vice-President
  • Responsibilities: serves in absence of the President; helps the President to coordinate fundraisers/monthly film viewings.
format for viewings
Format For Viewings
  • October/November: Mr. Hampton selects films to watch
  • December/January: Film Club Members vote on what film to watch.
  • February-May: Each officer will be given a month…they will pick a film be responsible for explaining and showing that film.
      • Treasurers = February
      • Secretary = March
      • Vice President = April
      • President = May
guidelines for selecting a film
Guidelines for Selecting a Film
  • Must be G, PG, or PG-13 (with special permission)
  • You must make a PowerPoint/presentation of some sort that has a pre-viewing and a post-viewing discussion—in other words, why do you like the film or find it important?
  • Mr. Hampton will model for the first few viewings.
11 20 viewing
11/20 Viewing
  • Young Frankenstein
    • 1974
    • Starring Gene Wilder (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory) and Peter Boyle (Everybody Loves Raymond). Cameo by Gene Hackman
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11/20 Viewing
  • Why I chose YF…
    • One of my favorite comedy films
    • My mother and I used to watch it and laugh a lot; my father never understood the humor.
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11/20 Viewing
  • Why I chose YF…
    • Literarily, it’s a spoof on the whole Frankenstein story, with a few comic twists:
      • Frankenstein pronounced Frahnk-en-steen
      • Igor pronounced Eye-Gore…also, his hump moves from one side to another.
      • “Frau Blucher’s” name makes the horses whine; “blucher” is German for “glue,” which is made from horses’ hooves.
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11/20 Viewing
  • Why I chose YF…
    • Movie-wise, it’s filmed entirely in 1930’s style black and white
      • Iris out, fade to black transitions
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11/20 Viewing
  • Movie Legacy…
    • Aerosmith song “Walk this Way” inspired by Eye-Gor’s “no…walk this way”
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