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    • L4 Critical Study Dave Harte [email_address] @daveharte
    • Today
      • Assessment – a review
      • Looking ahead to our next assessment
      • Author/Auteur – focus on film-makers
      • Blogging workshop
      • Film (2-4)
      • Assessment - a review
    • What I liked
      • Reading them
      • always interesting
      • great breadth to them
      • told me what you like to watch
      • emerging professionals
    • Particularly strong
      • References – where did you find this information?
      • History with a focus – e.g.: rotoscoping
      • Engagement with industry
      • Pictures and Videos
    • What I didn’t like
      • Lack of paragraphs
      • We all need to do more reading …..
    • About your blogs
      • Make the text readable
      • Simpler designs?
      • Learn how to embed pictures and video
      • Align left or flush – not centre!!
      • Learn to link to other blogs, other sources
      • Read and comment on each others’ work
    • Towards our final assessment
      • More blogging!
      • Becoming more expert on a particular area.
      • Critical Evaluation – reflecting on your emerging expertise
      • Reading more books
    • Focus on filmmakers
      • Auteurs
      • Term from 1950s French Film critics
      • Bel ie ved films had a central ‘author’
      • Unique style across series of films
      • Name some Auteurs ….
    • Auteurs
      • Case study – Tim Burton
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IKggAYL_rE
    • Auteurs
      • What makes a film the work of an Auteur?
      • narrative structure (e.g. Tarantino)
      • Theme (subject matter)
      • Animation Style (e.g. Aardman)
      • Cinematography (lighting)
      • Traits (similar actors, locations)
      • Genre
      • Outlook/Approach…..
    • Auteurs
      • Some Animation Auteurs?
      • Nick Park
      • Hayao Miyazaki
      • Hideaki Anno
      • Guillermo Del Toro
      • Hanna-Barbara
      • Chuck Jones
    • Auteurs
      • In groups:
      • Name an Auteur
      • list/draw aspects of the filmmaker’s auteurship
      • Present back to group
      • TASK: on your own blog:
      • Write a short review (400 words) of an animation style/genre/studio/auteur that you would like to focus on in detail.
      • Tell us:
        • A little about it
        • Why you have chosen it
        • Why it will be good for analysis
      • Please, Please, Please:
      • Reference a book or two or three
      • (find out how to reference ….)
      • Make links to other resources
      • Illustrate it with images/videos
      • Talk about in our next class
    •