I just need 1 page not 2  Norming: Identify and explain the reasons for members’

I just need 1 page not 2  Norming: Identify and explain the reasons for members’ conforming in the group. Provide examples of group norms for the media you’ve selected. The movie choose is called hangover ( Its the first one)https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=hangoverPlease have link a video clip of the three examples shown in the movieWhat types of expectations do the group members have for new members? What “rules” does the group follow? Implicit/Explicit?Describe the level of conformity or nonconformity.

After the reading and watching the movie, write your understanding of them and t

After the reading and watching the movie, write your understanding of them and the connections between them.!!!NOTE!!!This assignment is NOT summaries, they should reflect your critical engagement with the ideas being expressed in the readings and any substantive questions/comments you may have about them. In addition, you are also required to post two questions that you have about the readings and their connections to the film.

You must discuss the question or thesis of your essay with your module leader in

You must discuss the question or thesis of your essay with your module leader in advance by email. This is a research essay – you are expected to discuss your chosen film texts with reference to the historical context of their production and exhibition, and be able to draw on relevant scholarly writings and debates. The essay should offer a blend of textual analysis and contextual information. Obviously it should be about an aspect of Film History in the period between 1895-1930. However you are not limited to topics which we have covered in class.

Choose a Documentary from the Criterion Collection or any pre-2000 doc. Watch it

Choose a Documentary from the Criterion Collection or any pre-2000 doc. Watch it a couple times through and then write a two-page paper on it.
POSSIBLE THINGS TO DISCUSS:
What’s the burning question of the film?
When is the burning question presented?
Is that burning question answered? If so, how? If not, why not?
Is there a strong central character?
What’s at stake for this character in the film?
What about this character makes them compelling?
What are some “telling moments” in the film that reveal something about this character?
What universal themes are at play?
What mode of documentary is it?
From there, what is the modality (or function) of the film?
Is it interview-based? How are those interviews used to progress the story or reveal character?
How are the interviews framed? Lit? What setting is the interviewee in? Why are those choices made?
Are there verité sequences? How are those used to progress the story or reveal character?
Is narration used? How is it used to progress the story or reveal character?
Are there outside visual materials used?
If so, where were these visuals sourced and how do they add to the narrative and emotional connection to the film?
How are still images (if any) treated? Motion? Layering?
What is the soundscape of the film?
Is music used? When? What’s the tone of the music?
Are sound effects or ambient (natural) sounds used? When? To what end?
What challenges do you think the filmmaker(s) faced during production? Preproduction? Postproduction?
Does it seem like access was a challenge?
Is the subject matter visual in nature, or did the filmmakers have to come up with creative solutions for visuals?
How does the time period and available technology impact the possibilities of production?
Did those limitations help or hinder the final result?
Is the film successful?
Is there anything that you would do differently?

This is a common app application question for applying to university of Michigan

This is a common app application question for applying to university of Michigan majoring film and media studies the questions is “ Everyone belongs to many different communities and/or groups defined by (among other things) shared geography, religion, ethnicity, income, cuisine, interest, race, ideology, or intellectual heritage. Choose one of the communities to which you belong, and describe that community and your place within in “ and this is my brief answer if it’s could help, (I am from Saudi Arabia, here the society is very difficult and very linked to its customs and traditions because of their previous upbringing, and it is not easy to do anything outside these traditions, especially in the specialty that I intend to study, which is film and media studies, because at one time cinema was forbidden in Saudi Arabia and almost prohibited. On society, but with the new vision of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, we hope that things will improve, and we all intend to boldly try new things that people here have never tried.) please write about 400-450 words