D2/P3-10: Gender and Film
These ten assignments—some written, some hands-on—are posted weekly on the course site and are due via Google Drive at the beginning of our next class. All students will complete two of the questions (the DOs); the other three (the PICKs) are up for grabs. NOTE: D2/P3s submitted after class begins will earn no higher than 7/10; the lowest grade will be dropped.
Since our final projects are due this week, let's "go lighter" on our D2/P3 assignment, shall we?
Save your assignment as a PDF--named D2/P3-10: Gender--and then upload it to the Google Drive Folder you created for our class. [INSTRUCTIONS HERE.]
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.