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Explain which sociological perspective (functionalist, conflict, or interactionist) fits best and explain the plot of the movie Mississippi Masala.

Sociological Perspective Which sociological perspective (functionalist, conflict, or interactionist) fits best and explain the plot of the movie Mississippi Masala. Using your sociological imagination, which sociological perspective (functionalist, conflict, or interactionist) fits best and explains the plot of the movie. Moreover, in your answer you must use the following concepts in the chapter: culture, sanctions, […]

Which sociological perspective (functionalist, conflict, feminist, interactionist perspective) best explains and fits the plot of the movie The Matrix?

The Matrix (1 to 9) Movie CLIP – Living Two Lives (1999) HD Which sociological perspective (functionalist, conflict, feminist, interactionist perspective) best explains and fits the plot of the movie The Matrix?

Choose two films of your choice not screened on this unit and compare the directorial visions expressed in them.

Movies Choose two films of your choice not screened on this unit and compare the directorial visions expressed in them. Your two films should be linked in one of the following four ways (you must make it entirely clear at the beginning of your assignment which you have chosen): director (i.e. both films are by […]

Choose ONE of the following films to review. Explain which Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are related to the issue covered in the film?

Environmental sustainability in social and community work For this assignment, choose ONE of the following films to review. (They are available in the library ETV resources (https://massey.etv.org.nz/tv/vod ) Film Climate change the facts: https://massey.etv.org.nz/tv/vod/view/170120 Bio – Featuring insight from some of the world’s leading climate scientist, Sir David Attenborough, who examines the facts behind climate […]

Explain, a national cinema ‘participate[s] in establishing nationhood as a distinct, familiar sense of belonging which is shared by people from different social and regional backgrounds’ (S. Street). Do you agree?

British cinema A national cinema ‘participate[s] in establishing nationhood as a distinct, familiar sense of belonging which is shared by people from different social and regional backgrounds’ (S. Street). Do you agree? Discuss with examples from British cinema.

Describe the differences between the personality stars and actor stars and provide an example of each.

The Innocents (2021 version) In the assignment, you are asked to describe the differences between the personality stars and actor stars and provide an example of each. Be sure to use a scene from The Innocents (2021 version) to illustrate the concept discussed in your paper. Be advised that this paper is to be written […]

Use a scene from Bronson, name and describe the three broad classifications of motion pictures.

Movie Bronson  In this assignment, you are asked to name and describe the three broad classifications of motion pictures. Use a scene from Bronson (2008 film starring Tom Hardy) to illustrate the concept discussed in your paper. Be advised that this paper is to be written in essay format.

Describe the differences between the 5 basic distortions of film movement. Use a scene from the film [Eastern Promises (2007) starring Viggo Mortensen and Naomi Watts] to illustrate the concept discussed in your paper.

Basic distortions of film movement This is a one-page APA-style paper and MUST be able to pass Turnitin and include references. Essay assignment: Describe the differences between the 5 basic distortions of film movement. Be sure to use a scene from the film [Eastern Promises (2007) starring Viggo Mortensen and Naomi Watts] to illustrate the […]

Explain the psychology of movement on the screen, and how it can create an emotional response based on the depth of the shot, motion of the camera, and the camera’s lens.

Discussion Questions W2:D1 On the stage, “Mise en scene” refers to placing on the stage. That is the arrangement of all the visual elements within a given area. In the movie, the notion of mise en scene is similar yet different. Explain what “mise en scene” is in terms of filmmaking. Use a scene from […]

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