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Annotated Bibliography Rubric Criteria

Utilizes sources for support of the summary
Establishes context for the production of the film
Establishes historical and cultural context for film
Establishes artistic context for the film

Summary is 150-350 words in length
Bibliography format is correct (Chicago or MLA)
Source is credible

Clearly identifies the credibility of the source
Clearly identifies the main argument(s) and idea(s) of the source
Annotation includes two quotations from the source with citations
Describes why this source is valuable to your research
Annotation is 150-350 words in length
Bibliography format is correct (Chicago or MLA)
Source is credible
Clearly identifies the credibility of the source
Annotation includes two quotations from the source with citations
Describes why this source is valuable to your research
Annotation is 150-350 words in length
Writing is free of typos, spelling errors, and grammatical errors
Extra credit annotation #1
Extra credit annotation #2

The name of the movies:

WALL-E (Stanton, US, 2008, 98 min.)
Modern Times (Chaplin, US, 1936, 87 min.)
Ex Machina (Garland, UK/US, 2015, 108 min.)
It Happened One Night (Capra, US, 1934, 105 min.)
Casablanca (Curtiz, US, 1942, 102 min.)
District 9 (Blomkamp, New Zealand/US, 2009, 112 min.)
Clueless (Heckerling, US, 1995, 97 min.)
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (Wright, UK/US, 2010, 112 min.)
Rear WINDOW (Hitchcock, US, 1954, 112 min.)
The Grand Budapest Hotel (Anderson, US, 2014, 100 min.)
Singin? in the Rain (Kelly and Donen, US, 1952, 103 min.)
The Graduate (Nichols, US, 1967, 105 min.)
Bonnie and Clyde (Penn, US, 1967, 111 min.)
Bicycle Thieves (De Sica, Italy, 1948, 93 min.)
Winter?s Bone (Granik, US, 2010, 100 min.)
Fruitvale Station (Coogler, US, 2013, 85 min.)