We examine iconic films and modern classics, cinema past and present, and explain the theoretical stuff in a way that just makes sense.
Discussing and debating Truffaut’s auteur theory, romanticism, the idea of individuality within film, and modern auteurs (directors, writers, designers, artists) with a distinct style.
Learning how film language varies around the world, with case studies from British cinema and beyond.
Exploring the star system created by studios as another way of ensuring cinematic success, a practice we continue to this day.
Exploring the ways storytelling changed with the development of new technologies by running through the eras from Part 1 of the series.
Ahead of an imminent raid from vicious bandits, a small village of farmers in 16th Century Japan look to recruit …
Steven Spielberg had already made his mark with Jaws – the first summer blockbuster. Due to the success of this film, Spielberg …
A highly emotional human drama which contains some incredible characterization, dialogue and zinging one-liners which bounce off the page and …
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