Create a 1,050- to 1,400-word proposal for a themed film festival. The theme could be anything from a specific genre, like the Western, to a topic, such as LGBTQ representations, to a specific time period, and everything in between.
Design this film festival for University of Phoenix students; keep in mind your audience.
Identify and explain your theme. What is the justification for this focus?
Identify three films that will serve as the main event for the festival. Each film must relate back to the theme. In your justification, use specific scenes, rather than general plot summary, from each movie.
Compare and contrast the movies to each other to effectively explain how they relate to your chosen theme. In this section, consider all that was discussed throughout the semester, including but not limited to: cinematography, sound and music, editing, narrative, genres, history, and film theory.
Include the rationale for your proposed film festival.
- Why do University of Phoenix students need to examine this theme?
- What will students learn?
- What new knowledge will be gained?
- Why is this important?
Reference The Film Experience, and feel free to go outside of the textbook for other resources. Pictures and other pertinent graphics are welcome.