Film Analysis

Everything you need to succeed in DeMiero’s Film Analysis class
“Dark City” – A uniquely dark vision

“Dark City” – A uniquely dark vision

A dark universe Director Alex Proyas's "Dark City" is unlike just about every other film I've ever seen. I still am not sure about it and I've seen it dozens of times. We'll watch it in the context of the other films that have come before it this semester – "Hero,"...

Terry Gilliam’s “12 Monkeys” – an enduring sci-fi vision

Terry Gilliam’s “12 Monkeys” – an enduring sci-fi vision

A Unique Sci-Fi Vision Say what you want about Terry Gilliam's 1995 "12 Monkeys," but like it or not what's clear is that this is a film worthy of our attention and analysis. Did you know that the film and its script were influenced by several other great films,...

Online Discussion via Collaborize

Online Discussion via Collaborize

ONLINE DISCUSSION As part of your assessment and grade for most films we watch, we'll be using Collaborize – a clever online discussion forum site. To use Collaborize, however, you'll need to create an account or, if you have an account already, activate your existing...

Exemplary Sample Paper for Film Analysis

Exemplary Sample Paper for Film Analysis

I frequently get asked for examples of exemplary work for the class. Because of the way that I pose questions and afford students a great deal of choice within assignments, it's not always easy to find a single example that would provide enough evidence to serve as an...

Film Analysis wrap-up

In order to finish strong in this course, it’s important that you take stock of where you are and see if there are any assignments missing or some that you may want to replace with a “choice” assignment. Here’s the downloadable overview of the entire semester’s Hair...

Andrew Davis’s “Fugitive”

One of the great action films of the 1990s, Andrew Davis’s “The Fugitive” remains one of the most successful films ever to be based on a TV show. Here’s your assignment sheet: The Fugitive Assignment.pdf

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