Create a 700 to 1,050 word proposal for a themed film festival in the form of an APA formatted paper/essay.
Submit your completed paper. Make sure you have saved it as a Microsoft Word .doc or .docx file.
Design this film festival for University of Phoenix students; keep your audience in mind.
Identify and explain/describe your chosen theme. Your theme could be anything from a specific genre like Westerns, to a topic such as LGBTQ representations, to films made by a certain director, or films made in a specific time period, and everything in between. If you have any questions as to whether your topic is appropriate, don’t hesitate to ask.
Identify and describe three films that will serve as the main event for the festival (these are to be three real films that do exist, not ones you make up on your own). Include why and how each film fits the theme. You are not required to name any other films that will be shown in the festival, though you are welcome to do so. One or two paragraphs per film should suffice.
Include the rationale for your proposed film festival. Should include: Why you think University of Phoenix students need to examine or might be interested in this theme? What do you think students will learn from it?
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines (APA paper/essay format). There is a paper template under Course Resources you can use if you like.
Be sure to properly format and cite films in-line, and to include a References page containing proper Reference page style citations of all sources used and all films mentioned. Throughout the course, there has been a document called “Film Title and Citation Format” under the Course Resources that was to be read in Week 1 that can help with that.