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Analysis Of Star Wars – A New Hope

This film is a typical example of sci-fi, we can tell this by the use of visual codes and convention. The film is set in space and Spaceships are in conflict with each other, there are lazers being fired, robots are running around and there is a clear divide between good and evil. At the…

In Focus

When we enjoy a film we rarely stop to consider what it is about that film that made it special. What is it that distinguishes a really great film from a more mundane one? If we are to really appreciate movies we need to look more closely at the way directors use a variety of…

28 Days Later

28 Days Later, directed by Danny Boyle and produced by Andrew MacDonald was described as “genre busting” upon its release in 2002. I have chosen to analyse the second scene in the film as it establishes the main character, the setting and gives the film its apocalyptic feel. Although there are no monsters or blood,…

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How does The Royle family challenge the conventions in a sitcom

The aim of a sitcom is to make us laugh. It does this by showing the main character’s situations in a humorous way, which the audience will find funny. Most sitcoms are half an hour long. In most sitcoms there are a small group of characters that centre around a few settings. The plots of…

Silent films allow the audience greater creativity and imagination

Some have argued that eloquence, style and storyline is unapparent in silent films, proclaiming that it is the mere diction that enhances the plot of a story and appeals to the audience. However silent films, in fact, engage audience members more through the usage of their visual senses, as their creativity of the plot is…

Psycho

The opening titles of the film are split, lines bring the titles onto the screen which break it up. This is a reflection of the personality of Norman Bates, he is two people and he has a split personality. The title of the film, ‘Psycho’, is sliced up and animated – this is another reflection…

Save the Last Dance

This essay will focus on the opening sequence of ‘Save the Last Dance’, the dramatic teen romance movie staring Julia Stiles as the main character, Sarah, and her estranged father played by Terry Kinney. It will look particularly at the flashback sequence at the opening of the film, predominantly concentrating on the effect that the…

What is so great about the Godfather

It is extraordinary, given today’s Cinema – with its rapidly changing trends, kaleidoscopic styles, reckless pursuit of youth markets and readiness to abandon established values – that the Godfather, a film produced thirty years ago and steeped in old fashioned production values and infused with worthy moral imperatives, should still be regarded as the epitome…

Psycho

Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller Psycho was first screened in 1960 and since has become one of the most popular films of all time. Hitchcock pulls together tension, empathy and drama to make Psycho a well crafted exciting film. Psycho is set in a remote town, far away from civilisation, the motel is very isolated and…

Media Production

The brief was to produce the first two minutes to the opening to a thriller including titles and graphics that we would normally use in the media industry. This was to be aimed at 15 to 18 “certificate” so we were limited in what we were allowed to show as we chose the 15 certificate;…

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