Following is my professor’s question. This is going to be one of my final paper’s question.
Should be MLA format and use at least three sources for each question. Do not use the pronoun “I” in any of the papers, and be aware of broad generalizations. Have a precise and easy to follow thesis.
In viewing the early documentaries(Nanook of the North, The man with the Movie Camera, Song of Ceylon, Listen to Britain) what social, cultural, political and/or historical perspectives/insights did you gain? How effective were the film(s) in capturing the attitudes and viewpoints of the time it was made? What cinematic aspects impressed you? Why? Give examples.