Television & film (Children's / Teenage)

    Sci-fi and Fantasy

    By Mark Wilshin

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    Ranging from the first moving picture show of 1895 through to the Imax movies, this series tells the story of cinematic genres. It details the progress of movie technology and shows how it has changed the world in which we live. It also features a range of text types, including...

    Action and Adventure

    By Mark Wilshin

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    Ranging from the first moving picture show of 1895 through to the Imax movies, this series tells the story of cinematic genres. It details the progress of movie technology and shows how it has changed the world in which we live. It also features a range of text types, including...

    Teaching Analysis of Film Language

    By Jeremy Grant

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    Combining the creative perspectives of filmmakers with more analytic academic methods, this study invites film students to take an active approach in learning to understand how audiovisual language is used to create meaning in films.

    Star Files: Jennifer LopeHardback

    By Kay Barnham

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    This is one of a series of titles looking at the work and life of popular figures in TV, music and film, aimed at reluctant readers in the 11-14 age range.

    Jesus and Mel Gibson\'s the "Passion of the Christ": The Film, the Gospels, and the Claims of History

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    Films about religion have a habit of stirring up controversy - witness Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ and The Life of Brian! Mel Gibson's film is therefore following in a long tradition.

    Cambridge Wizard English Student Guides: Cambridge Wizard Student Guide The Age Of Innocence

    By Marcia Pope

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    The Age of Innocence is a major film by celebrated American director Martin Scorcese. This study guide provides background on the author and director, as well as contextual information about the 'grammar' of film, before offering a summary and detailed explication of the movie.

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