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After watching the George Méliès’ film A Trip to the Moon (1902) write an analys
After watching the George Méliès' film A Trip to the Moon (1902) write an analysis of this movie situating it within what you learned this week about the development of early film. Think about the differences and similarities between how you believed someone would have processed this movie in 1902 and how you processed the last “big event” or blockbuster movie you saw. Then specifically compare and contrast Méliès' film with the last blockbuster you watched focusing on differences and similarities. Going beyond the entertainment value of a non-documentary movie, what other value do you get out of seeing movie? Reference specific vocabulary and concepts from the Course Content to describe what you observed. Note: Please be aware that you should usually be writing 3-5 paragraphs for these weekly discussion posts. For instance, this week you should be thinking about and discussing the history of early cinema and what you learned about Melies as an artist that both links him to other early film makers and sets him apart. This prompt is also designed to have you begin critically assessing your own movie going history and experiences. Additionally, your post should be focused on and driven by specific scenes and examples from the film/s you are analyzing and clearly connect to the course content using vocab and concepts from the Learning Resource.

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