Posted: June 16th, 2021

Thirdworld cinema final response | third world cinema

choose some sources from appropriate sources in the syllabus supplemental/suggested readings.

*Attempt only two questions. 

*Question # 1, Section A, is compulsory. 

*Choose one more question from Section B. 

*Keep your answers clear, concise and analytical. 

*Address your responses to the specific demands of each question. 

*Limit your answers to 4 (double-spaced, 12-pitch font) pages per question. *Illustrate your answers with pertinent references, and cite key sources consulted. 

*No haphazard submission of papers or excuses for late papers would be accepted.  

*Your answer script must include the questions chosen, your name, and be submitted in PDF. QUESTIONS: SECTION A 

1) Distinguishing between the terms, ‘Third World’ Cinema and Third Cinema, discuss the aims and context of the latter’s emergence, and its significance for the study of global cinema cultures. SECTION B 

2) Examine, with attention to each film’s context, the interplay between culture, community, taboos and relationships in shaping the narrative trajectories of The Salesman and Masaan. 

3) Discuss how the exchanges between personal and national histories shape the political and allegorical inflections of The Cemetery of Splendor and The Great Kilapy.  

4) With reference to the film’s aesthetic strategies and key characters, analyze how the themes of identity, family, anxieties, loss and trauma undergird the narrative dynamics of The Photograph.  

GOOD LUCK KEEP SAFE, HEALTHY AND ENJOY YOUR SPRING BREAK! EXAM GRADING CRITERIA  

‘A’ GRADE RANGE = 90%-100% * Answered all aspects of the questions.  * Cogent application of lectures and readings.  * Cited other relevant materials appropriately.  * Identified characters, directors and situations aptly.  * Clear, engaging and scholarly analyses.  * Avoided pointless summaries of films.  * Hardly any spelling or grammatical errors.  * No colloquialisms (slangs and informal language).  * Kept responses within specified page limits.  * No attempts to ‘stretch’ paper, unduly (through creative pagination, font sizes, etc)  

‘B’ GRADE RANGE = 80%-89% * Answered most aspects of the questions.  * Mediocre applications of lectures and readings.  * Cited other relevant materials unevenly.  * Identified characters, directors and situations aptly.  * Fairly clear, engaging and scholarly analyses.  * Had some pointless summaries of films.  * Occasional spelling and grammatical errors.  * Few, if any, colloquialisms (slangs and informal language).  * Kept responses within specified page limits.  * Probable attempts to ‘stretch’ paper, unduly (through creative pagination, font sizes, etc).  

‘C’ GRADE RANGE = 70%-79% * Answered some aspects of the questions.  * Scant application of lectures and readings.  * Trivial use, if any, of other relevant materials.  * Misidentification of characters, directors and situations.  * Lacked clear, engaging and scholarly analyses.  * Indulgent and artless summaries of films.  * Plentiful spelling and grammatical errors.  * Rife with colloquialisms (slangs and informal language).  * Resourceless use of specified page limits.  * Flagrant attempts to ‘stretch’ paper, (through creative pagination, font sizes, etc)  

‘D’ GRADE = 60%-69% *Gross deficiencies, in range and scope, of a ‘C’ paper. ‘F’ GRADE = 59% and below * Overwhelming attributes, in range and scope, of a ‘D’ paper.  NOTE: For finer differentiations, a plus (+) or minus (-) will be applied to passing grades, only 

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