Visual Storytelling Critique Description



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Visual Storytelling Critique

Description:


  • Identify the title, main actors, director, writer, executive producer(s), and production company

  • Identify the medium: TV show, movie, music video, commercial, or Keynote

  • Write a brief plot summary (1-3 sentences max)

  • Identify if it is fiction or non-fiction

  • Identify if it is live action, CGI (computer generated images), animation


Analysis:

Select a specific aspect of your visual story and discuss how it adds to or takes away the value of the work of art. It can be anything from the quality of acting, writing or screenplay, directing, editing, cinematography, score, use of sound, special effects, etc. Remember to site examples from the work of art.


Interpretation:

Identify the overall meaning you the viewer get from viewing the visual story. Then identify the mood the visual story created. Please site specific examples from the visual story to support your claims.

Judgment:

You will judge the work of art on 2 levels (personal and objective):

Personal: Did you personally enjoy or like the visual story? Explain your answer why or why not.

Objective: Based on the aesthetics (acting, writing or screenplay, directing, editing, cinematography, score, use of sound, special effects, etc.) do you think this is a successful work of art? Explain why or why not.

Visual Storytelling Critique
Description:


  • Identify the title, main actors, director, writer, executive producer(s), and production company

  • Identify the medium: TV show, movie, music video, commercial, or Keynote

  • Write a brief plot summary (1-3 sentences max)

  • Identify if it is fiction or non-fiction

  • Identify if it is live action, CGI (computer generated images), animation


Analysis:

Select a specific aspect of your visual story and discuss how it adds to or takes away the value of the work of art. It can be anything from the quality of acting, writing or screenplay, directing, editing, cinematography, score, use of sound, special effects, etc. Remember to site examples from the work of art.


Interpretation:

Identify the overall meaning you the viewer get from viewing the visual story. Then identify the mood the visual story created. Please site specific examples from the visual story to support your claims.


Judgment:

You will judge the work of art on 2 levels (personal and objective):



Personal: Did you personally enjoy or like the visual story? Explain your answer why or why not.

Objective: Based on the aesthetics (acting, writing or screenplay, directing, editing, cinematography, score, use of sound, special effects, etc.) do you think this is a successful work of art? Explain why or why not.



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