What is both "bad" and "good" about documentary filmmaking in the 1980s and 1990s, according to Chapter 14?
What's the most interesting fact you learned about ITVS/PBS from our reading?
Why is Ken Burns such "a phenomenon"?
What is Burns' style as a documentary auteur (i.e., a filmmaker who stamps his personality as well as specific techniques and recurring subjects/themes onto his body of work)? Use examples from Brooklyn Bridge to support your response. NOTE: If you search for help for this question outside our textbook, be sure to CITE YOUR SOURCES.
What is your favorite film we've screened this quarter and why?
Please check your assignment against "Writing about Film and TV" (improperly formatted work will not receive full credit), save it as a PDF, and then upload it to the Google Drive Folder you created for our class. [INSTRUCTIONS HERE.]