You’re no longer a filmmaker or composer, but you’re on the editorial board of a large urban newspaper. You’ve become aware that the hottest indie film (formerly yours) is negotiating with a composer. The composer in question was hiding his (or her) real name. All along it was actually the legendary Richard Wagner! He’s over 200 years old and has been living in Queens. He’s bored and wants to get back in the biz. You realize It’s a great opportunity for this fledgling film company to work with this compositional giant, but you’re concerned that it may be morally wrong to engage with this man of questionable scruples and values. It is hot news in the entertainment world and controversy is swirling. Write an editorial advising the young filmmaker on how you think they should proceed. There is no correct response. Whatever way you decide to go, make sure you support your decision using credible arguments. Refer to the 1st four assignments to flesh out your ideas and research the purpose of an editorial and how to write one effectively.