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Raging Bull Single Film Study »

Richard Gent | Thursday January 04, 2018

Categories: OCR A Level, Raging Bull, Genres & Case Studies, A Level, Films & Case Studies, Hollywood Films, Drama, Film Analysis, Analysis, Sport

YouTube Link: Copyright © 2017 Edusites. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for educational use within the subscribing school only. Copying or lending of any part of this document in any form or by any means to external bodies and / or individuals is prohibited. Rationale Section A of Paper 1 focuses upon the micro-elements of film form and the construction of meaning and response by both filmmaker and spectator, with a…
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Film and Thatcher’s Britain »

jclarke | Tuesday December 03, 2013

Categories: EDUQAS A Level, EDUQAS AS, Genres & Case Studies, Film Industry, A Level, Hot Entries, Censorship & Regulation, Film Marketing, Film Publicity, Film Promotion, Films & Case Studies, Hollywood Films, Non-Hollywood Films, Romance, Comedy, Drama, Film Analysis, Key Concepts, Analysis, Representation, Audience, Film Language, Sport, History

click on image to enlarge One of the key issues to be explored in our study of film is that of representation. As such, it’s fair to say that there’s an established, and largely agreed upon, understanding that film, like other media and forms of cultural expression, can reflect back to us aspects of the conditions in which we live or have lived with. Certainly, there’s scope for us to think about how British cinema has, in more or less ‘obvious’ ways, reflected back to us a point of…
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