The Dark night rises : the opening scene

Scene Analysis Detailed Questions. (Bold means mandatory, italics means optional.)
For each of the scene categories (6-12), are a list of questions that your analysis must address and questions from which you can choose to answer. In addition, for 9-11 you will need to answer those questions using a storyboard—a sketch or framegrab of certain moments during your scene, which represent important points of progression in your scene. With care, you should be able to select a scene for which you will need no more than 10 storyboards. (You should have at least 5).

6. Character and casting.
a. Who is in the scene?
b. What is each person’s motivation in this scene? (In other words, what does each
character want?)
c. What subtexts are at work here? That is, what is going on but not being overtly
stated? For example, a film about high school cliques might really be about neo-Nazi’s or a police state. A film about someone with a drug problem might be a parable about a famous person.
d. How does the casting influence how you see the characters? For example, an actor might usually play bad guys. In this film does he work against type or does he deliver what you expect?
e. How do costumes or clothing contribute to how you see the characters?

7. Setting
a. Where is the scene set?
b. Why/how is this setting significant?
c. What stands out about the setting? For example, is it an unusual setting like the fight
that takes place on the faces of Mount Rushmore in North by Northwest?
8. Context
a. What is the context of this scene in the larger work? What happens in the scene?
b. What is the historical, cultural, and/or political context?
9. Frame (mise-en scene)
a. What is in the shot?
b. What is centered?
c. What is excluded?
d. How do figures move within the frame?
e. Is the shot wide or long? A close-up?
f. What is in focus? Is anything blurred?
g. How is the frame lit?
h. What are the effects of the frame on viewers? How does how the scene is framed
enhance meaning? For example, does it make the viewer dizzy or claustrophobic, or
make the viewer fell isolated or helpless?
10. Camera work
a. What camera angles are used here?
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b. What point-of-view do the camera angles suggest? Is the camera acting as the eyes of a character? Or of the audience?
c. How does the camera move? What effect does camera movement have on viewers?


d. Does the film use slow motion?
e. How is the film edited? Is the rhythm long or short and clipped (like a music video)? What effect does the editing have on you?
11. Music and sound
a. b.
c. d.
e. f. g. h. i. j. k.
12. Other a.
b.
Is there music? Is it loud or soft relative to dialog and/or diegetic sounds.
Does the music function diegetically or non-diegetically? Does its status change during the scene? Are diegetic/ non-diegetic distinctions deliberately blurred.
What is style of music (classical/symphonic, jazz, pop, ambient/electronic, other)? How and when is it used?
i. What is happening when it starts?
ii. What is happening when it changes mood or feeling?
iii. Why does it stop when it does?
What is its effect? What mood does it create?
Does the music relate more strongly to the surface action or the subtext?
Is the music used ironically?
Are there other sound effects?
Is the music for this scene typical of the genre or does it work against expectation. Does the film make use of voiceovers? When? What is their effect?
How else besides music is the mood created in terms of sound.?
(such as special effects)

What other details, such as props, are important in the scene? What are their function and effect?
What do you know about this director or writer? How does your knowledge of his or her work add to your understanding of this movie or book, and this particular scene?
Analysis: You should choose moments from your scene that allow you to observe changes in music and film (dialog, action, camera work, etc.) during the scene. A popular music selection may not be appropriate for this assignment because it may be difficult to demonstrate how the music, dialog, and images interact a different moments of the scene. As an example of one that would work, consider the torture scene we watched in class from Reservoir Dogs. If that was your scene, you could analyze the scene (6-12) before he turns on the radio, as he turns the radio dial, when the dj patter stops and “Stuck in the Middle with You” comes on, as he dances around, what happens when he leaves the garage, when he returns, and so on, noting changes to 6-12 as you go. You should carefully choose a scene that allows you to point out changes from moment to moment. (I am suggesting that your analysis contain at least 5 storyboard moments).
Format: Where there are large swaths of text, your analysis assignment report should be double spaced with margins no larger than 1″ (side) and 0.75″ (top and bottom). You can decide how many storyboard
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images to put on a sheet (anywhere from 1 to 6) depending on how many items of note change from moment to moment, and your text there can be more compact if you like.

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Martin Scorcese

Paper instructions:

Paper instructions:
use 10 sources including 2 books and 2 scholarly journals. No blogs. Incorporate the movies: Shutter Island, Goodfellas, and Casino. Use the themes of faith, greed, machismo, denile, and redemption to argue Scorcese’s ideas and explanation of the Italian-American culture.
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Paper instructions:

1. My essay will compare and contrast the education testing system between China and America and corresponding impact on children learning development and make an argument about why studying in America is better?
The audiences are for Chinese parents who consider sending their kids to United States.  Please address it like an letter form
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Analyze Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart"

Paper instructions:

The assignment is to write an essay based on a close reading of “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe. Close reading is slow reading, a deliberate attempt to detach ourselves from the magical power of story telling and pay attention to language, imagery, allusion, syntax, and form. This paper should consist of choosing a short passage from the short story that is remarkable in some way. The paper should briefly situate the passage in the context of the story and then turn to close attention to the exact words of the passage. Why is this passage significant to the work as a whole? This assignment is an exercise in “close reading” – an explication of the text’s formal, internal complexity so be sure to discuss the specific details of the passage, not just the ideas in general.
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Late Antiquity

Although The Secret History is an invective, many modern scholars have relied upon it when writing their own histories of the 6th centuries CE . To what extent have Peter Brown ( The world of Late Antiquity, Ch. 12) and Averil Cameron ( The Mediterranean World in Late Antiquity, Ch 5) done so? To what extent have these scholars been affected by Procopius’ biases? To what extent have they transcended them? In answering these questions, consider especially the information and attitudes that appear in books 11-14 and 18-26 of The Secret History.

Only sources allowed :
1) he world of Late Antiquity by Peter Brown T
2)  The Mediterranean World in Late Antiquity by Averil Cameron
3) The Secret History by Procopius

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Project Motorcycles

Paper should be in Word format.  IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE IN ESSAY FORM.  IT SHOULD BE IN QUESTION/ANSWER FORMAT AS DISCUSSIONS.

You are a project manager for a medium-sized manufacturer of motorcycle cruisers. The engines in motorcycle cruisers, like the ones you manufacture, are usually categorized by size rather than the number of cylinders. In the past, your company has successfully manufactured and marketed the best-selling of these fuel-efficient cruisers that occupy the middleweight class. The rather nebulous middleweight class comprises motorcycles broadly ranging in engine size from 500 cubic centimeters, or cc, to 1000 cc.

Executives at your company are now interested in motorcycles with larger motors and would eventually like to produce motorcycles in the touring class, specifically designed to excel at covering long distances with motors larger than 1100 cc. The proposed target market for these larger motorcycles consists of males between the ages of 35 and 60 in global markets. Price points for the larger motorcycles cover income ranges from $55,000 to $100,000. Management has decided that your company will meet the objectives stated herein within the next five (5) years. During the proposed changeover, the company will continue to manufacture the middleweight cruisers to serve its existing clientele.

Write a six to eight (6-8) page paper in which you:

Select one (1) of the types of project organization that would suit the development of the larger touring class motorcycles. Outline the process steps that your company would take in order to develop the motorcycle. Provide a rationale for the response.
Recommend one (1) strategy to the senior executives that the organization might use to balance short- and long-term needs. Specify the crucial resources that you would need as a project manager to run the existing business interests at the same time that the business changes to the production of touring class motorcycles.
Suggest the project management leadership style that is most conducive to overseeing the operation of the business growth plan.
Recommend at least three (3) risk mitigation strategies to address project plan details that might be forgotten or overlooked. Justify the selection.5.Use at least three (3) quality references. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not quality as academic resources.

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The treasure of Sierra Madre (Film)

Introductory Paragraph – 15 points

The introductory paragraph is fully developed (100+ words), coherent and smoothly leads to a concise and focused thesis which is the last sentence of this paragraph. The introductory remarks or the thesis contains the title of the film (placed in italics).
The thesis is concise and presents a clear focus on the essay’s topic, which is your point of view on the film. In other words, what is it about this film which makes it considered a classic today?
Body Paragraphs – 40 points

The first body paragraph provides a brief overview of the film. Do NOT write an extended plot summary.
The remaining body paragraphs are unified, coherent and appropriately structured paragraphs containing restricted topic sentences, primary and secondary supports.
The secondary supports are specific examples and details from the film as well as research from outside sources. The essay is a combination of your ideas and smoothly integrated research you found from the secondary sources.
These paragraphs are 150 – 200 words each.
MLA format – 20 points

A complete heading is placed in the upper left hand corner, and the title of the essay is centered.
The essay is double-spaced and each paragraph is indented.
The smoothly integrated research is from a minimum of 4- 5 sources using appropriate MLA parenthetical documentation for all direct quotes, summary and paraphrase.
The Works Cited section is correctly formatted.
Concluding paragraph – 5 points

This paragraph is appropriately structured and brings closure to the essay (50+ words).
Mechanics – 20 points

Your essay contains correct sentence structure: no run-on sentences, awkward sentences or sentence fragments.
Your essay contains correct grammar, punctuation, spelling and word choice.
Word choice includes the use of third person objective point-of-view; no first person “I”, second person “you”/”your” or third person “we”/”us”/”our.

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This paper is about my real life Goals, what i have achieved, what i have not achieved and what's my next steps to reach higher goals

Paper instructions:

This is not a course work paper. It’s More or less a personal Statement of my real personal life. I will work close to the writer and give him/her my real life goals, what i have achieved and whats i haven’t, I will also give he writer the approach i have with my career to make sure that i am best suited to what i wanna be. Also there gonna be some testimonials from the persons impacted by my goals. ( It’s Real Life statement)
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