You can use ClipNotes to learn and review some of the films of 112. The app is especially helpful for working on class papers that call for film analysis.
Detailed instructions on operating ClipNotes are available in the how-to section.
You can sign out one of 10 iPads from the Arts Library; each iPad includes films from FTV 112, as well as others. You must use your own BruinCard to check out an iPad.
Checkout Location: Arts Library Circulation Desk
Hours: See here
Checkout Period: 4 hours, with option to renew once
- Renew online by logging into your Library account at catalog.library.ucla.edu
- The iPad must be returned to the Arts Library
- You will be fined for any items damaged or returned late
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To cite a ClipNotes file in an essay, follow the example below:
deWaard, Andrew. “Do the Right Thing.” Clipnotes. http://clipnotes.org/wp-content/uploads/XML/DoTheRightThing-Instructional.xml
Andrew deWaard. “Do the Right Thing.” Clipnotes. http://clipnotes.org/wp-content/uploads/XML/DoTheRightThing-Instructional.xml
FTV 112: Films and Topics Available on ClipNotes
|Film||XML File||Director||Year||File Description||Terminology and Topics Covered||XML Author|
|Do the Right Thing||DoTheRightThing.xml||Spike Lee||1989||Instructional: Style and Theme||Cinematography, Long takes, Doubling||Monica Sandler|
|Fruitvale Station||FruitvaleStation.xml||Ryan Coogler||2013||Instructional: Socially and Politically Conscious, Independent Black Cinema||Representations of race, Realism, Racial infra-politics, Social problem film||Ritvik Dhavale|
|Network||Network.xml||Sidney Lumet||1976||Instructional: Themes of American Culture, Politics, and Media||Contemporary issues of American culture, politics, and media; Analysis of a single scene||Melissa Oskouie, Ritvik Dhavale, Mohannad Ghawanmeh, James Fleury|
|Selma||Selma.xml||Ava DuVernay||2014||Instructional: Civil Rights Movement||Divergent methods for gaining civil rights; feminist perspective; embodied cinema; discursiveness; strategic anachronism||Melissa Oskouie, Ritvik Dhavale|
|The Square||TheSquare.xml||Jehane Noujaim||2013||Instructional: Protest and Revolution in Middle East||Documentary narrative and structure||Mohannad Ghawanmeh|
|White Dog||WhiteDog.xml||Samuel Fuller||1982||Instructional: Issues of Racism||Schlock and the Social Problem Film||Mohannad Ghawanmeh|