Watch either Elf, Grinch (live action), Santa Claus 2, Home Alone 1 or 2 or Chri
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Watch either Elf, Grinch (live action), Santa Claus 2, Home Alone 1 or 2 or Christmas Story. Then create a bulleted list of 10 things you notice or can say about the film based on what you’ve learned from these topics
-Give a brief synopsis of the film, Discuss how subjective the perspective on the subject is, What ways it fits into the description of a New Documentary from the list given in lectur
-personal reaction, emotional attachment, or sweeping generics
-Discuss using labeled headers for each section, Reduction/Expansion, Internal Psychological Challenges, Simplification Issues, Changes made – plot, setting, era, characters, design, etc.. Audience expectations/reception of
-Art House Tendencies
-Identify the genre and give Genre Semantics for the film (not the movie poster – the film)
Ideological Assumptions the film expects its audience to know
Ideological Statements it is trying to make
How is the film’s genre affecting the film’s success/ability to present these positions (not its popularity of its box office success)?
Set – Describe the physical set of the shot – use details – imagine you are trying explain it to someone who has never seen it.
Decor/Props – Set dressing. Include colors and quality.
Actor Physicality (this may or may not be present depending on your choice) – This is NOT the actor’s name. It is their physical look, size and relative placement. (Ex. Santa – a rotund man, older, generally jolly demeanor, quite larger than other characters, cherry red velvet suit with fluffy snow white fur trim, black leather belt and shoes. Rosy cheeks and Snow White hair and beard.)
Color – Saturation and tone – This is the overall filter color of the entire scene – not colors present in MES or costumes.
Lighting – Lighting set up, focus and intensity.
Composition – Framing, photo balance and depth of focal field.
Analysis: Give a brief idea of how these choices function in relation to the story’s themes and narrative. (Avoid review commentary in this part – this is not your opinion of how well it was done, only how it relates, functions and informs.)