“Thomas Gunning discusses the “cinema of attractions” in an essay on early cinema. Please describe what Gunning means by the “cinema of attractions” and how it differs from classical Hollywood cinema.” – You need to answer this question in your essay.
Here are some instructions: Approximately 300 words. Answers should be written in complete sentences (no bullet points) and be descriptive, meaning that you will want to demonstrate that you fully understand the ideas to which the questions refer.
· This may mean revising and editing your answers to make them as clear and concise as possible. Responses that contain substantially less than 300 words will simply not have been able to answer the question in enough depth to get a good grade.
· Using examples and short quotations is good, but remember that the most important thing is that we see that you understand the ideas and material from class so the use of quotations should be sparing.
Answer must be submitted as a Word Document (.doc or .docx format) in 12 point, Times New Roman font, with 1” margins.