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Film Criticism

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Class, Language, and American Film Comedy - Christopher Beach
Call Number: eBook
ISBN: 0521002095
Publication Date: 2002

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Introducing Philosophy Through Film - Richard Fumerton (Editor); Diane Jeske (Editor)
Call Number: BD31 .I58 2010
ISBN: 1405171014
Publication Date: 2009

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Media Messages - Linda Holtzman
Call Number: P94.5 .M552 U551
ISBN: 0765603365
Publication Date: 2001

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Reinventing Cinema - Chuck Tryon
Call Number: eBook
ISBN: 9780813545479
Publication Date: 2009

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Seeing Is Believing - Arthur Berger
Call Number: P93.5 .B445 2012
ISBN: 0073512028
Publication Date: 2011


 

Assignment Tips


Source: Hikingartist.com

1. Choose a topic or film that personally interests you to make the presentation more interesting and fun.

2. Look for sources that inform your argument instead of trying to resolve your topic. You may need to try different words and combinations in your searches.

3. Take notes effectively.  Avoid plagiarism early.

4. Cite your sources using MLA style.  Link to Walsh MLA Quick Guide.

5. Friend the library on Facebook!

 

Presentation Tools

Use these resources for ideas on creating engaging presentations.

  • Animoto
    Create stunning video slideshows.
  • Aviary
    Aviary provides developers with a robust, customizable photo editor that can be plugged into apps on iOS, Android, Windows Phone and HTML5 in minutes.
  • Google Share
    Use the Share extension to share webpages via your social networks, email and blogs.
  • More Presentation Options
    Looking for something else? Here's a whole list of free presentation tools and options.
  • My Brain Shark
    myBrainshark is a free solution for business professionals to create, share and track online and mobile video presentations.

  • Pecha Kucha Presentations
    Drawing its name from the Japanese term for the sound of "chit chat", it rests on a presentation format that is based on a simple idea: 20 images x 20 seconds. It's a format that makes presentations concise, and keeps things moving at a rapid pace.
  • PhotoPeach
    Automatically make your own free slide show in seconds. Upload photos, pick music, add captions in the show, and more!
  • Prezi
    Zooming Presentation Editor
  • skrbl
    Easy to share online whiteboard.
  • Slideshare
    Community for sharing presentations, documents and professional videos.
  • Slidestory
    Combine sharing pictures and narration and what do you get? Slidestory!
  • Voicethread
    Transforming media into collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting.
  • You Tube
    Worldwide video sharing community.
 

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