INSTRUCTIONS: Using the film you chose to analyze in your SYNOPSIS, you will write a 6-10 page paper TIMES NEW ROMAN - 12 size Font and double-spaced throughout critically analyzing the film based on one of the Technique Chapters from the text book we included in your Group Presentations: Mise-en-scene, Cinematography, Editing, Sound, or Style and Film Form. You SHOULD also include: Film Genre and/or Narrative Form in the SUMMARY of your Chosen Film. Your paper will need to include a strong INTRODUCTION which introduces the background information of the film and a preview of what is to come; SUMMARY of the film; then paragraphs which focus on definition/discussion of the TECHNIQUE(s) you have chosen, and a DETAILED EXPLANATION of how the TECHNIQUE(S) is reflected in your film; finally, a thought provoking, definitive CONCLUSION which integrates a Wrap-Up of your Paper and a "clincher/memorable" ending statement of one or two sentences. Segmentation, Bibliography, and In-text citations will be counted as Extra Credit. Analysis based on one or more chapters of your Textbook: Includes SUMMARY of the Film you chose – 25 pts. [Your SYNOPSIS Introduction or Summary paragraph(s) may be useful here!] DISCUSSION of the definition of Technique(s) chosen – 20 pts. Use strong details and explanations here. DETAILED EXPLANATION of HOW the Technique(s) are reflected in the film – 30 pts. Use effective EXAMPLES from your chosen film! WRITING STYLE - 15 pts. Introduction is Attention Getting and Comprehensive - includes a PREVIEW of what is to come in your paper - 1.5 to 2.5 pages long or more if paper is 10 pages long. Transitions are obvious, complete/correct and interesting. Body of the paper should be the remaining pages: 3-6 pages long. Conclusion does NOT begin with "In Conclusion!" It includes a solid wrap-up of your Film topic and a last sentence or two that leaves your reading audience with a memorable sentence or two - at least 1 - 1.5 pages long or more if paper is 10 pages long.