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I need to complete a research proposal about how movies can elicit positive affe

I need to complete a research proposal about how movies can elicit positive affect from the audience even though the movie plot itself is transgressive. (please read The Turn to Affect: A Critique to get the concept of affect, and also please read the following link to understand the differences between Feeling, emotion and affect https://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/2443)
I plan to use Edger wright’s films as material( Baby Driver, late night in Soho, Shaun of The Dead, etc) and try to use elements such as musicality, editing, and camera movement in his films to understand how Edger Wright’s films elicit audience’s laughter goosebumps or any other affect.
Please notice that I’m looking for a research proposal, not a film review. I expect you to complete this assignment by following the instructions given to you below and including the requirements mentioned therein
Submit a 1-2 page Research Proposal which should include:
A paragraph synopsis, or anticipated subject of your paper.
Questions you hope to answer.
Questions for the group (see below).
A bibliography with at least 4 references.
Write a one to two page proposal for your final paper. Your proposal should keep in mind that your final paper is expected to be a 15-page paper on (positive) affect. Include a bibliography with at least 4 references. We will workshop everyone’s proposal in our last class meeting. Grading rubric:
(5 points) General outline of the project—the focus of your paper, possible thesis, possible case study(ies) (e.g., what media might you be referencing).
(5 points) Does your research complement your ideas/objectives?
(5 points) Prepared for workshop session—questions for us (how can we, as a group help you?):
An impasse that you can’t see a work-around for?
Shortage in scholarly sources?
Locating media material that might be productive?

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I need to complete a research proposal about how movies can elicit positive affe

I need to complete a research proposal about how movies can elicit positive affect from the audience even though the movie plot itself is transgressive. (please read The Turn to Affect: A Critique to get the concept of affect, and also please read the following link to understand the differences between Feeling, emotion and affect https://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/2443)
I plan to use Edger wright’s films as material( Baby Driver, late night in Soho, Shaun of The Dead, etc) and try to use elements such as musicality, editing, and camera movement in his films to understand how Edger Wright’s films elicit audience’s laughter goosebumps or any other affect.
Please notice that I’m looking for a research proposal, not a film review. I expect you to complete this assignment by following the instructions given to you below and including the requirements mentioned therein
Submit a 1-2 page Research Proposal which should include:
A paragraph synopsis, or anticipated subject of your paper.
Questions you hope to answer.
Questions for the group (see below).
A bibliography with at least 4 references.
Write a one to two page proposal for your final paper. Your proposal should keep in mind that your final paper is expected to be a 15-page paper on (positive) affect. Include a bibliography with at least 4 references. We will workshop everyone’s proposal in our last class meeting. Grading rubric:
(5 points) General outline of the project—the focus of your paper, possible thesis, possible case study(ies) (e.g., what media might you be referencing).
(5 points) Does your research complement your ideas/objectives?
(5 points) Prepared for workshop session—questions for us (how can we, as a group help you?):
An impasse that you can’t see a work-around for?
Shortage in scholarly sources?
Locating media material that might be productive?
Thank you so much

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Film Studies

I need to complete a research proposal about how movies can elicit positive affe

I need to complete a research proposal about how movies can elicit positive affect from the audience even though the movie plot itself is transgressive. (please read The Turn to Affect: A Critique to get the concept of affect, and also please read the following link to understand the differences between Feeling, emotion and affect https://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/2443)
I plan to use Edger wright’s films as material( Baby Driver, late night in Soho, Shaun of The Dead, etc) and try to use elements such as musicality, editing, and camera movement in his films to understand how Edger Wright’s films elicit audience’s laughter goosebumps or any other affect.
Please notice that I’m looking for a research proposal, not a film review. I expect you to complete this assignment by following the instructions given to you below and including the requirements mentioned therein
Submit a 1-2 page Research Proposal which should include:
A paragraph synopsis, or anticipated subject of your paper.
Questions you hope to answer.
Questions for the group (see below).
A bibliography with at least 4 references.
Write a one to two page proposal for your final paper. Your proposal should keep in mind that your final paper is expected to be a 15-page paper on (positive) affect. Include a bibliography with at least 4 references. We will workshop everyone’s proposal in our last class meeting. Grading rubric:
(5 points) General outline of the project—the focus of your paper, possible thesis, possible case study(ies) (e.g., what media might you be referencing).
(5 points) Does your research complement your ideas/objectives?
(5 points) Prepared for workshop session—questions for us (how can we, as a group help you?):
An impasse that you can’t see a work-around for?
Shortage in scholarly sources?
Locating media material that might be productive?
Thank you so much

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Film Studies

I need to complete a research proposal about how movies can elicit positive affe

I need to complete a research proposal about how movies can elicit positive affect from the audience even though the movie plot itself is transgressive. (please read The Turn to Affect: A Critique to get the concept of affect, and also please read the following link to understand the differences between Feeling, emotion and affect https://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/2443)
I plan to use Edger wright’s films as material( Baby Driver, late night in Soho, Shaun of The Dead, etc) and try to use elements such as musicality, editing, and camera movement in his films to understand how Edger Wright’s films elicit audience’s laughter goosebumps or any other affect.
Please notice that I’m looking for a research proposal, not a film review. I expect you to complete this assignment by following the instructions given to you below and including the requirements mentioned therein
Submit a 1-2 page Research Proposal which should include:
A paragraph synopsis, or anticipated subject of your paper.
Questions you hope to answer.
Questions for the group (see below).
A bibliography with at least 4 references.
Write a one to two page proposal for your final paper. Your proposal should keep in mind that your final paper is expected to be a 15-page paper on (positive) affect. Include a bibliography with at least 4 references. We will workshop everyone’s proposal in our last class meeting. Grading rubric:
(5 points) General outline of the project—the focus of your paper, possible thesis, possible case study(ies) (e.g., what media might you be referencing).
(5 points) Does your research complement your ideas/objectives?
(5 points) Prepared for workshop session—questions for us (how can we, as a group help you?):
An impasse that you can’t see a work-around for?
Shortage in scholarly sources?
Locating media material that might be productive?

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The request will be in the document, Chinese Cinema in Different Periods The Fif

The request will be in the document,
Chinese Cinema in Different Periods
The Fifth Generation of Chinese Filmmakers
Films: Yellow Earth (Huang tudi黄土地) by Chen Kaige 陈凯歌 (1984, 89 minutes)
and Raise the Red Lantern (Da Hong Denglong Gaogao Hua 大红灯笼高高挂, 1991, 125
minutes) by Zhang Yimou 张艺谋 and Farewell my Concubine (Ba Wang Bie Ji 霸王别姬) by
Chen Kaige 陈凯歌 (1993, 171 minutes).
The Urban Sixth Generation
Film: Beijing Bastards (Beijing Zazhong北京杂种) by Zhang Yuan 张元 (1993, 88
minutes) and Beijing Bicycle (Shiqi sui de danche 十七岁的单车) by Wang Xiaoshuai 王小帅
(2001, 113 minutes).
The Independent Cinema of Lou Ye and Jia
Zhangke
Films: Suzhou River (Suzhou he 苏州河) by Lou Ye 娄烨 (2000, 83 minutes) and Still
Life (Sanxia haoren 三峡好人) by Jia Zhangke 贾樟柯 (2006, 108 minutes)
Taiwanese New Wave Cinema
Films: A City of Sadness (Beiqing chengshi悲情城市) by Hou Hsiao-hsien 侯孝賢
(1989, 157 minutes) and Vive L’Amour (Aiqing wansui 爱情万岁) by Tsai Ming-liang 蔡明亮
(1994, 118 minutes).
Hong Kong Cinema
Films: Chungking Express (Chongqing senlin 重庆森林, 1994, 98 minutes) and In the
Mood for Love (Huayang nianhua 花样年华, 2000, 98 minutes) by Wong Kar-wai 王家卫.

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my original proposal was to look at how the portrayal of an individual in a non

my original proposal was to look at how the portrayal of an individual in a non fiction movie effects that person and their family and was going to use the wolf of wall street the film and book as my primary sources. I was told to make it more simple, and this is the simplest question I can come up with
“did Jordan Belfort Benefit from his portrayal in the film Wolf of wall street
Its obvious that he did but most of the topics I saw were almost as obvious but if you can think of a better way of stating that feel free.
The research proposal assignment will be 2- 3 pages long and include the following:
1) A working Title of your Project
2A Statement of Problem or Statement of Purpose
3) A Research Methodology
4.A Literature Review of Secondary Sources: An Annotated Bibliography
in depth
The research proposal assignment will be 2- 3 pages long and include the following:
1) A working Title of your Project
Give your topic a working title. Always start with a simple, straightforward, uncomplicated title. You may use a single title or a double title (a title and a sub-title). However, make sure that the title has very few words and is sounding enough to catch the attention of the reader instantly. The title may change as your research progresses.
2) A Statement of Problem or Statement of Purpose
The statement of problem is the one paragraph of your research idea that was reviewed, accepted and sent back to you. This statement should include a clear assessment of the goal(s) of the topic of your research idea and a short list of primary sources (not more than 3) that you plan to use and analyze in your project. The paragraph should also include the changes that were recommended in the review of your “publish.”
3) A Research Methodology
This is the paragraph that outlines the research methodology for your project. Your research methodology can include one or a combination of two or three (NOT more) of any of the methods addressed in this class and your textbook: qualitative methods: interview, historical analysis, participation observation and textual analysis (semiotic, psychoanalytical, ideological, and/or rhetorical analysis); quantitative methods: content, surveys. You will provide a brief but strong explanation of why your chosen methodology is critically relevant to the design of your project.
4) A Literature Review of Secondary Sources: An Annotated Bibliography
This section provides a literature review of the 3 or 4 secondary sources that you have identified as relevant secondary sources for your project. The literature review is presented in the form of an annotated bibliography in the MLA (Modern Language Association) style: an annotated bibliography is a descriiptive summary (in 4-6 sentences) of each one of your secondary sources. The sources should be credible scholarly and professional sources from the following: a) articles from scholarly and professional journals; b) articles from renown professional newspapers and magazines (such as The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The New Yorker, Time Magazine, etc.). The 3 or 4 sources can all be scholarly sources (journal articles and books), but they cannot be all from the newspapers and magazines only.
Used link below to access definition and samples of annotated bibliography on the library website:
http://libguides.csun.edu/research-strategies/annotated-bibliography

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I will attach files related to the assignment. a) On 2 pages, refine your ideas

I will attach files related to the assignment.
a) On 2 pages, refine your ideas from Creative Assignment 1 on how you would go
about setting up your project. Identify 5 production companies or studios,
domestic or international, that could be a good fit for your program and briefly lay
out why.
b) Create a pitch deck (10 to 15 pages) for your personal project idea, following the
guidelines presented in the class sessions and in the readings.
c) Create a one sheet/poster for your personal project.
d) Create a brief sizzle reel or mockup trailer.
e) Write the first 5 pages of your feature scriipt or TV pilot, using standard screenplay
formatting software.
Dear writer, you need to do only Part (a) and (e)
I also attached the my paper I wrote that you need to use

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I have attached a pdf with instructions. about this paper When referring to the

I have attached a pdf with instructions. about this paper When referring to the “city”, it is Toronto, Canada, but New York can be referred to as well because of the films you must draw connections from (I will attach another pdf with all films watched in class). Please reach out if you have any questions. Thank you!

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For the final paper, I would like to research and write about the film This is n

For the final paper, I would like to research and write about the film This is not a Film. This documentary chronicles the life of Iranian director Jaffa Panasi as he is imprisoned in his home for “propaganda against the regime”. Panassi turns the camera on the apartment where he lives, on himself, and documents the minutiae of his life. His life is boring and desperate as he awaits the final verdict of the court. The ban on filmmaking undoubtedly means that he will be unable to pursue the art of film, which he loves, for a long time. The film faithfully captures Panahi’s pain and helplessness in the face of the “death of art”, but the last shot is framed in a blazing fire that will never end. Similarly, there is a Chinese director, Ye Lou, who was also banned by the Chinese government from making films for 5 years. He took a different approach to the ban: He secretly made a film and submitted it to film festivals. I would like to research these two directors and compare how they treat their bans.

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I have attached a pdf with instructions. about this paper When referring to the

I have attached a pdf with instructions. about this paper When referring to the “city”, it is Toronto, Canada, but New York can be referred to as well because of the films you must draw connections from (I will attach another pdf with all films watched in class). Please reach out if you have any questions. Thank you!