(Watch the video ‘”The Florida Man” for question number 1, and also the links to answer number 1) Florida Man (2015, 50 minutes): https://vimeo.com/118532076 Additional Materials Listed below. Tips for shooting a documentary interview https://www.raindance.org/10-tips-when-shooting-a-documentary-interview/ (Links to an external site.) . How to get your subject to open up on camera https://www.indiewire.com/2015/07/attention-documentary-filmmakers-6-tips-for-getting-your-subject-to-open-up-on-camera-247839/ (Links to an external site.) . Common mistakes to avoid in documentary production https://www.indiewire.com/2015/05/attention-documentary-filmmakers-dont-make-these-10-common-mistakes-62360/ (Links to an external site.) . Challenges of capturing reality https://www.indiewire.com/2015/04/tribeca-award-winning-documentary-filmmakers-on-the-challenges-of-capturing-reality-62631/ (Links to an external site.) . When things don’t go according to plan https://www.indiewire.com/2015/06/how-steve-james-finds-silver-linings-when-things-dont-go-as-planned-and-they-never-do-61365/ (Links to an external site.) . On the production of “American Factory” (available on Netflix) https://www.vox.com/culture/2019/8/21/20812012/american-factory-interview-netflix-reichert-bognar Question 1 still: 1. Based on watching the candid interviews in “Florida Man” and this week’s materials on the production process and interviewing technique, what challenges might the filmmaker have faced recording quality interviews for “Florida Man”? 2.) Screening and Discussion of Umberto D (Italy: Vittorio De Sica, 1952) “An Aesthetic of Reality”: Real locations; Non professional actors; Long shot-Long take; Deep focus Question 2: Stream Vittorio De Sica’s neorealist classic (Links to an external site.) Umberto D (1952) through Kanopy at FAU Libraries, and describe how it fulfills Bazin’s realist aesthetic. Call out specific moments with a time stamp, and describe how the realist style that Bazin outlines in the essay, “An Aesthetic of Reality: Neorealism” (in “Files” folder) is marshaled by director De Sica to make a politically engaged piece of social criticism, about life in postwar Italy. In other words, come with examples for the inevitable question about Bazin Question 3)Objective Photographs vs Subjective Sculpture (For this question I will be uploaded picture in a word document so that you are able to use those pictures to answer this question) QUestion 3.) Listen to this podcast about a famous photograph from the civil rights struggle of the 1960s, particularly poignant for us in this moment. Revisionist History Season 2 Episode 4. “The Foot Soldier of Birmingham.” (Links to an external site.) Read (or listen) between the lines with Bazin’s realist analysis of photographs in mind. Pay attention to how the photograph has a a presumed proximity to the objective truth. People just assume that it shows us an unproblematically accurate picture of reality. Contrast this with the way that the podcast also presumes that sculpture is thoroughly subjective.