Dr. Strangelove critique

Click on the link below to fill out a critique.
[Link to Dr. Strangelove critique]

Rubric for critique
[Link to Rubric]

For those of you interested in history, you should check out Eric Schlosser’s article,
Almost Everything in “Dr. Strangelove”  was true, which appeared in the New Yorker on January 17th, 2014.

Another good read is the New Yorker article, The Half-Century Anniversary of “Dr. Strangelove”, by David Denby.


Away, Monday, March 24th

I am away today but you guy’s have lots to do!
You need to brainstorm ideas for your short film idea, either for Change the View, Parody of Male Violence in advertising or a film of your choice.

If you haven’t done so already, share a Google Doc with me describing your project.

[Link to UgCould]

Sketch storyboards with your plan, you should have at least 2 sheets completed.

Start filming. Your project is due on Tuesday, April 1st!

Fun with Stickers

A Japanese artist has made a name for herself by using stickers.
Yukino Ohmura is a Japanese painter who started making art by using stickers that you can find anywhere. According to Mashable, she said,

“that the inspiration came from her love of city night scenes. Despite her art professor telling her that “nocturnal themes” are “boring in artwork,” she stuck with it — shaking things up by using the dot stickers frequently found in Japanese elementary schools.”

More of her work can be found on her website.
[Link to her own site]