watch films and write black studies essay 8 10 pages

This paper must be organized around the framework of the syllabus. In analyzing a film or group of films, for instance, pay attention to how the narrative unfolds (for example, structure, thematic concerns, stylistic devices, gender roles, characterizatio, etc), substantive issues raised in the films and demonstrate sophisticated understanding of the historical. cultural. political, ideological and aesthetic considerations which frame the films.

Studies of distinguished directors, specific national cinemas, as well as the interactions and exchanges between the disparate film cultures that constitute “third world cinema” are. Also encouraged. since this is not a “film appreciation”class, whether you like or dislike a particular film, director or country, for example, is peripheral.

Your paper should embody perspectives that are original; that is, capable of fostering fresh understandings. hence, while ideas from the class, readings and/or other sources may be used as premises or supporting materials for the paper, premium should be placed on exploring the not-soobviaous.

Movies lists

“The harder they come” (Perry Henzell, 1973)

“Sugar cane alley” (Euzhan Palcy, 1983)

“Wadjda” (Haifan Al-Mansour, 2014)

“The photograph” (Nan Triveni Achnas, 2007)

“The cemetery of splendor” (Apichatpong Weerasethakul, 2015)

“The salesman” (Asghar Farhadi, 2016)

“Masaab” (Neeraj Ghaywan, 2015)

“The Great Kilapy” (Zeze Gamboa, 2012)

Pick Two-There movies from the lists and write 8-10 pages essay beside on black studies background.