Lassical Hollywood Cinema 3000n words Essay

What were the consequences-institutionally and aesthetically-of the introduction of sound OR color within classical Hollywood cinema?Centre your argument on close textual and contextual reference to ONE or TWO films.Assignments must be critical (ie. analytical of the films and debates addressed) and be written in a proper scholarly fashion. You should use your reading actively in the writing of essays through quotation and reference. Tabulate and footnote all sources. Plagiarism a using unattributed quotations and ideas a will result in automatic failure. All work for assessment must be typed or word-processed, double-spaced and have wide margins on both sides of text.


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