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you are watching a movie for this paper, I will give you movie name also website where you can watch this movie + other information which i need for this paper

Movie : . The Weather Underground

Words : 1020

1. A brief summary of what the documentary is about & its purpose.
2. A discussion of the major issues addressed, the film-maker?s major arguments/conclusions/point of view, and what evidence is presented in support of those arguments.
3. Your opinion: Is this documentary effective? What is the film?s purpose? Are its arguments/conclusions/message convincing? Why or why not? YOUR OPINION MUST REFLECT INFORMATION/EVIDENCE GATHERED FROM YOUR ADDITIONAL RESEARCH.

(1) Conduct your own additional research on this subject matter; gather evidence from at least two credible sources.

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Title: Documentary Australian and International

Total Pages: 5 Words: 1558 Bibliography: 5 Citation Style: MLA Document Type: Research Paper

Essay Instructions: Write an essay on the following topic:

Analyse how ONE documentary from the 'Documentary videos' list uses documentary techniques of representation to construct meaning and create a perspective on what it represents. In your answer, explain key ideas for documentary analysis and apply them in detail to your example. These ideas include documentary genres or modes; selection and arrangement; and image/sound relations.

Essential notes to observe:
The documentary that you analyse in this essay must be on the 'Documentary videos' list.
You should refer to at least three theoretical or critical readings/sources relevant to the question. These could be separate journal articles and/or separate chapters from the same book.
Include a list of works cited, including the documentary that you analyse, at the end of your essay.

Documentary List:

- Who killed dr bogle and mrs chandler
- Bowling for Columbine
- Sunday best rats in the ranks
- Forbidden Lies (2007)
- Thin Blue Line (ABC)
- Canetoads The Conquest (ABC1)
- Coniston (ABC)
- After Mabo
- Mrs Careys Concert

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Title: documentary movies

Total Pages: 7 Words: 2479 Sources: 5 Citation Style: APA Document Type: Essay

Essay Instructions: Pick ONE of the selection of movies to watch and then write a 7 page movie response from that ONE movie.
most of the movies can be found in Netflix and in any public library online archives.

Pick movies from number: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 13 (full movie in youtube), and 15.
Do not watch: 1, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, or 16.

If there is a movie that you think its worth watching from the "do not watch" numbers, please confirm it with me first because I might not have access to the documentary film.
Thank you
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Title: Contemporary Documentary

Total Pages: 11 Words: 3030 References: 4 Citation Style: MLA Document Type: Research Paper

Essay Instructions: I am writing to get a price quote for a fourth year, 12-page undergraduate research paper. The paper is for a class called Contemporary Documentary. I would need the paper to be completed on Friday, December 14 2007 at the latest.

The paper should examine the question: In what ways are documentary films that are shot by the subjects of those documentaries more credible than films shot by a single professional filmmaker?

I need the paper to discuss and examine specific films and incorporate at least 3-5 scholarly sources. The specific films that I would like the paper to examine include: Voices of Iraq (2004), The War Tapes (2006, Deborah Scranton). In what ways are these films more credible than films shot by a single professional filmmaker? To these I would like to add James Longley’s much better known Iraq in Fragments (2006, James Longley), which was shot by Longley himself with one camera over a period of years in Iraq. It was his first film, so it might qualify as a film by someone who was just given a camera. I'd like the paper to examine the possibility of increasing the legitimacy of a documentary through the practice of giving cameras to the subjects of documentaries. To this, one can make an argument about achieving true subjectivity by allowing subjects of a documentary to film themselves. There is also a series of Canadian short films titled "Challenge for Change" that were made in the 1960s. There is a great deal of literature on that series that I would like to see incorporated. The emphasis on the essay should be on the contemporary films, but the "Challenge for Change" film series should make it easier to cite 3-4 scholarly sources.

The research paper should follow conventional academic guidelines for the writing of a term paper. I require proper citations, and a bibliography included with the paper.

Please let me know if you would be able to meet my deadline and how much it will cost. Thank you.

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