Recently in Nu-Works, we did an assignment in which we split into groups and created a movie with a prompt from our teacher. I thought that the assignment was fair- there was nothing really wrong with it, unless someone got an exceedingly limiting prompt, which I don't think happened. This was a good assignment that enabled students to exercise their creativity and technology skills. My group's prompt was along the lines of, "many spiderwebs can tie up a lion".
I have to admit that my group's project was pretty bad. We had a large amount of film to assemble our movie with, but somehow, it was lost. We had to resort to excessive subtitles to explain what was happening in the film, and even then it was rather muddled. However, our group is reshooting the missing film to replace the subtitles before all of the Nu-Works classes watch all of the movies. This should increase the quality of the film and make it what it was intended to be.
Also, here's an awesome picture of President Obama,