Anna Eva Kotyza / Karenna Lief November 13th, 2014
Film Aesthetics In-Class Assignment
Everyone gets a slip of paper with a type of cue, surface division or space, and a still from a film to represent that. Over the course of two weeks, the student must make a short film demonstrating their cue, surface division or space; the majority of their shots articulating that space type, and the tone of their film replicating the assigned still.
Additionally, the student must write a one-two paragraph reflection describing the motivation of space in the shots and how the tone of the film emulates the tone of the still.
Students will be graded on:
- The level of the students understanding of their assigned space.
- How the students reflection articulates their use of space.
- How well the students shots demonstrated their assigned space.
- How closely their film resembled the tone of the given still.