Monthly Archives: October 2014

Purpose & Organization; A Case Study

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Signing Out Equipment + Oral Presentations Schedule

To book time in the Plangere Culture Lab, email either Paul Bielecki or Jess Gonzalez (our multimedia tutor). They will work with you to try to match you with open time that will fit their schedule, but they cannot, and will not accommodate students … Continue reading

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Final Project

Project Requirements For your final project, you will be required to produce a video essay (however you choose to define that) on any aspect of film. You can browse the various examples we looked over last week (as well as … Continue reading

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Supercuts

Supercuts are probably the most common form of video essay though we may not think of it as one. You can find great examples of supercuts at supercut.org. Since we’re nearing Halloween, I thought I’d share a spookily-appropriate one: Here’s … Continue reading

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Video Essay Structure

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Video Killed the Essay Star

Examples of Video Essays. If last week we saw examples of merely composing a video essay by grafting onto a scene a “running commentary” this week we’ll be looking at slightly more elaborate ways of composing and producing a video … Continue reading

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Duet “Commentary” Video Essay Group Work

While in your syllabus the grade breakdown calls for a group Podcast (worth 20% of your grade), I have been so impressed with everyone’s work that I want us to plunge directly into something a bit more advanced. Assignment As … Continue reading

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