Part One:

Watch either a War film made in the last 25 years or a Neo Noir film from the list, Neo Nior Films 1982 – 1999.pdf . (It cannot be your favorite movie.)

If you watched a War film, what does it have in common with the War films in the Week Five content? If you watched a Neo Noir film, what does it have in common with the Film Noir films in the Week Five content (other than being in color).

How does color play a part in the film you watched for this week? Identify at least three places that color stood out in the film.

Does there seem to be a predominate color or does a color seem to be missing from the film? If so, what is that color and do you think it had an impact on the film? If so how, if not why not?

If you did not see a predominate color or a color that seems to be missing from the film describe an addition place in the film where color plays a part.

Part Two:

Watch a movie made between 1970 – 1980 that you have not already seen for this class and answer the following questions.

Describe at least three special effects, camera tricks, stunts or camera angles that caught your attention. Why do you think they were important to the story.

How does sound play a part in the film you watched? Identify at least three places that sound stood out in the film.

How does color play a part in the film you watched for this week? Identify at least three places that color stood out in the film.

War Films

The first reading for this week provides introductions to significant films and filmmakers who have made contributions to the war film. These readings also discuss some of the most significant moments in cinema during this period. This period has much to offer in terms of film movements, the influence of World War II, and the increased competition from television. Read Parts 1 – 5 to prepare for your discussion for this week. This reading should be referenced in the discussion, Paper Two, or the final essay if a war film is selected.

http://www.filmsite.org/warfilms.html 

War Film

What films can be categorized as a war film? Are these only combat films? Is a film set at home before or after a war considered a war film? Learn more about these designations and more in the second reading for this week. This reading should be referenced in the discussion, Paper Two, or the final essay if a war film is selected.

http://www.oxfordreference.com.ezproxy.umgc.edu/view/10.1093/acref/9780199587261.001.0001/acref-9780199587261-e-0763?rskey=ESqDWs&result=1 

Hollywood During WWII

Hollywood played a significant role during the war effort on the home front. Read this article to learn about the films, filmmakers, and Hollywood’s ties to government during World War II. This article should be referenced if a war film is selected for analysis in this week’s discussion.

http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/teachers/modules/ww2/wartimehollywood.html

How Pop Culture Helped Win the Cold War

Hollywood’s connection to politics exists beyond the combat years of World War II. Read about the influence of Hollywood films during the Cold War. This reading builds upon the previous readings for this week and prepares you to explore the Film Noir movement. This reading should be referenced in the discussion, Paper Two, or the final essay if a war film is selected.

https://interactives.avclub.com/cold-war/timeline/


How Color Changed the Movies

One of the more significant changes in cinema during this period was the nearly complete transition to colorized film to compete with the increasing popularity of television. You will learn of the role color played in cinema history and its powerful meaning when used in film. These should be referenced in Paper Two and the final essay if the use of color is included in the analysis and in this week’s discussion.

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1982 Blade Runner Still of the Night 1983 Bad Boys Breathless Sudden Impact 1984 Against All Odds Blood Simple Body Double Tightrope 1985 Jagged Edge To Live and Die in L.A. Trouble in Mind Witness Year of the Dragon 1986 At Close Range Blue Velvet Manhunter Murphy’s Law 1987 Angel Heart The Big Easy Black Widow Dead of Winter Fatal Attraction No Way out 1988 Betrayed Cop D.O.A. Frantic 1989 Black Rain Kill Me Again Sea of Love 1990 The Grifters Internal Affairs King of New York Miami Blues 1991 Delusion Diary of a Hitman Dead Again A Kiss Before Dying Rush Shattered Sleeping with the Enemy 1992 Bad Lieutenant Basic Instinct Final Analysis Night and the City Unlawful Entry White Sands 1993 Red Rock West 1994 Blink The Getaway 1995 Devil in a Blue Dress Se7en Sling Blade The Usual Suspects 1996 Bound Face/Off Fear Hard Eight Mulholland

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