Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Presentation checklist

• There is a coherent,
• Incisive (gets straight to the point - no waffle)
• and richly detailed
• evaluative interpretation of the extract,
• displaying an excellent understanding of how meaning is constructed through the use of film language,
• with an excellent awareness of the extract’s relationship to the film as a whole.
• There is a persuasive explanation for the selection of the extract.
• The critique shows an excellent awareness of the film’s genre
• and/or its place in a broader sociocultural context.
• There is insightful analysis of the director’s intention,
• Simple description is negligible and analysis is clear and thorough.
• and examples of responses from audiences and reviewers, critics or scholars at the time of its original release and/or subsequently have been discussed.

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