– 1 paragraph analyzing anything you find noteworthy about the weekly screening (full-length film). If you wish to write additional analysis to include one or more of the weekly clips, that’s great.screening: Citizen Kane (Links to an external site.) (1941, Orson Welles)clips: The Rules of the Game (Links to an external site.) – 1939Touch of Evil (Links to an external site.) – 1958- 1 paragraph with analysis of the week’s readings – for example, you could elaborate on a concept you found interesting or argue against a concept in the readings.Film Art, 11th edition. David Bordwell & Kristin Thompson Chap. 3 and pg. 312-321 (analysis of Citizen Kane)- Do not summarize the lecture content, the readings, or the films’ plots. Write about things you can analyze. For example: you could write about how a film uses a visual storytelling device like subjective camera or editing. If you are ever struggling for an idea, begin with the leading questions on the worksheet. Avoid writing reviews; that is a whole other style of writing.