Above your response to the questions, indicate the film you went to see, the date you viewed it, and give specific information on where and how you viewed it (i.e., what kind of movie theater, in what town, in a mall or downtown, at a matinee or evening performance, with friends, close to the front, near the back, etc.).
Assignment adapted from "Introduction to Film Studies," Mizzou Online.
Writing about Film: Formatting
Titles. Titles of all films, TV shows, books, newspapers, magazines, journals, and websites should be underlined or italicized; choose one. NEVER use quotation marks around the above.
Director/Date/Actor. Place the director’s name and film’s release date in parentheses the first time the film is cited. The same goes for actors: actors’ names should be included in parentheses the first time their characters are mentioned.
Quotation Marks/Punctuation. Periods and commas go INSIDE quotation marks. If a parenthetical reference is in play, the punctuation follows the parentheses.