This paper must have a clear, critical thesis that is supported throughout the body of the paper.
-One film should be chosen as a focus.
-Discuss the filmmaker’s career, including background, colleagues and influence. Do this in the context of your thesis.
-Provide an analysis of the film as a way to talk about the filmmaker’s style, interests and techniques. Consider styles or artists whose work they may be reacting to or rejecting, and assert how such a relationship may be critically significant. Do this in the context of your thesis.
-At least two ideas from Benjamin and/or Greenberg, should be incorporated into the larger critical argument of the paper. Use citations. Do this in the context of your thesis.
-Ideas from sources should be cited within the paper. Paper must have a works cited page