Any topic (writer’s choice)
You will be presenting on Lars von Trier’s “Dogville” (2003), analyzing the film within the philosophical framework of phenomenology, and using “Countercurrents: The neglected tradition of phenomenology in film theory as a resource. This article explains phenomenology but makes no reference to von Trier or “Dogville”, so I strongly recommend you find additional resources to cover the film’s place in history.
The presentation includes detailed, concise, and accurate background information on the director. Very detailed and concise background on the director; all information is correct.
Five or more posters and/or promotional images of film are included in the presentation, along with five additional posters or images of other films by the same director.
Up to 5 posters and promotional images of film being presented; also includes up to 5 posters and images of other films by the same director.
A clear and concise (1 min) summary of the films story is provided during the presentation, either verbally or in written form.Extremely clear and concise (1 min) summary of the films story.ideology critique, representational analysis, formalism, auteur theory psychoanalytic approach, phenomenology, feminism, and/or queer theory.
The presenter applies the weekly reading and theory to an analysis of the assigned film. The analysis is extremely thorough and relevant and well done.
Extremely thorough theoretical analysis and relevant facts.
The presentation includes a clear and concise summary of the assigned reading (250 words or more).
Extremely clear and concise summary of the assigned reading.
The presentation includes a Works Cited slide, which lists 2-3 outside sources, plus the film.