Enter the Void

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Enter the Void

  1. 1. How to mark a 1,500 word MICRO essay
  2. 2. Aims: For students to watch an extract from Enter the Void (Gasper Noe, 2010); then readand mark a student essay based on the extractOutcomes: by the end of the lesson students should be able to:1. Read the essay and highlight specific use of MICRO language2. Apply the WJEC marking criteria to the essay3. Evaluate the student’s performance and agree upon a mark
  3. 3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKRxDP--e-Y Trailer:Does the trailer make you want to watch the film? What strikes you as different or unique about the way the film is shot?
  4. 4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPxgi-PiNFE Warning: Opening credits contain strobe effectsOpening CreditsExample of a new and exciting way to start a film. The titles would have been designed in Adobe Photoshopand imported as a PSD (Photoshop file). This is an effect you can try for your Creative Projects.Question: Judging by the credits – who would you say is the TARGET AUDIENCE for Enter the Void?
  5. 5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncJLlVnZoWYStudent MICRO essayLast year a student based his MICRO essay on the scene above
  6. 6. Read the essay (from Sound sub-heading)Highlight any words you do not knowLook up the words in your Camera WorkbookMark the essay based on the WJEC mark criteriaStretch and Challenge:Your copy of the essay doesn’t mention CAMERAWORK. Having watched theextract – what sort of comments would you make about the director’s use ofCAMERAWORK? How are the audience positioned in the scene?

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