Introduction Video: Sci-fi has a Women Problem
Video Two: Female Sexuality in Sci-fi
Video Three: Reproductive Rights in Sci-fi
Video Four: Equal Representation in Sci-fi
This digital artefact does some things well and other things, mainly from behind-the-scenes, could have been done better.
My original concept was to do three video essays which analysed how speculative fiction represents, warns, and comments on women’s issues. I chose three which are particularly relevant in today’s society; sexuality, reproductive rights, and equal representation. My original concept did not change throughout the project, except to add a fourth video as an introduction to the concepts of science fiction as speculative fiction, futurology, and some background information on what the science-fiction genre has historically been like for women creators and characters.
I chose this topic because I am very interested in how women are represented in media and the real-world consequences and implications of these…
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In my Beta Pitch video, I outline the original project idea, as well as the changes I made based on the feedback and things I learned whilst making the first video in the digital artifact.
Originally three videos, while making the first one I realised I needed to create an introduction video explaining the history of the genre and concepts needed to understand the utility of the project in order to keep the videos at a consumable length (less than 10 minutes).
I also addressed issues I had not mentioned in my pitch video regarding target audience, release schedule and length of the videos.
I have done most of the background research for all three of the other videos and have a lot of skills and footage to use so I predict I will be able to stick to my planned schedule and complete the DA effectively.
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For my digital artifact, I intend to create a series of video essays which explore how three issues facing women today – reproductive rights, sexuality, and equal representation – have been imagined in texts showing the future, primarily science-fiction films. I will then explain what economists, academics, sociologists, and historians actually predict will happen to […]
via BCM325 Digital Artifact Pitch — Kassi Klower
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