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Film Studies Research Guide: Critical Approaches & Problems
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Workshop at the BFI: Researching Film Producers & Production Companies
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Constituent classes are arranged around themes each with at least two set films and three set textual source extracts. The themes are designed to contribute to an understanding of national identities in a post-war, decolonising, and socially complex Britain and France. Some sources investigate comparative perspectives from press, radio, theatre, television and music history.
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Themes are also presented in an order which generally builds chronologically. The source films are British and French but American and Indian films with a historical nationalist perspective are also available to offer a further comparative viewpoint — and one apparent at the time, given their popular and critical British and French reception. In particular, questions will be posed about the extent to which film reflected or imposed dominant ideologies, how social norms were enforced and deviance isolated, whether messages were unwitting or deliberate, and how all of these might be explored through the study of writers, producers, studios, and actors, the business history of the cinema, official censorship, and audience responses and newspaper and magazine criticism.
The themes, with listed sources, are as follows, but it is important to note that they also form a whole; many source films and texts contribute in important ways to earlier or later classes and themes. DVDs of the films will be borrowable from the Seeley Library source viewing time required: max. Selected further films and secondary reading are listed as helpful for particular topics and essay choices. NB The exact page numbers of extracts in the set Source texts will be confirmed in October.
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Lucy Noakes and J. Charles Friend, prod. Harry Cornelius, Henri Verneuil, Jean Rouch and Edgar Morin, , also a source for class 3. Bodard; dir. Jacques Demy, , as also in class 1. Tony Richardson, Tony Richardson, dir. Karel Reisz, Lindsay Anderson,