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CIN 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Noam Chomsky, Committee For Accuracy In Middle East Reporting In America, Wrecking Ball
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The History of British Cinema Class 8 Country Life Two films very different on many levels. But at the same time, the central concern is the depiction of rural life in Britain. Playing with expectations of the natural worl...

Film Studies
CIN 3110
james brooke-smith
CIN 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nazism, 18 Months, Independent Film
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The History of British Cinema Class 2: 2 world war the peoples war more popular of the two World Wars Impact on citizenry at home Intense fear of invasion, whole british pop subject to military attack. Widespread assent a...

Film Studies
CIN 3110
james brooke-smith
CIN 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Industrial Revolution, Secondary Modern School, Pressure Point
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The History of British Cinema Class 7 Childscape: Problem on depicting childhood when the author is an adult. Childhood is unknown as adults we can remember, imagine what it is like to be a child, but we cant be a child an...

Film Studies
CIN 3110
james brooke-smith
CIN 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Andrea Arnold, Voyeurism, Urban Area
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The History of British Cinema Class 9 Christopher Nolan Following Andrea Arnold Red Road Surveillance City Voyeurism and the urban crowd o Voyeurism as stalking. Urban Interiors: the council estate and the apartment o Urba...

Film Studies
CIN 3110
james brooke-smith
CIN 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Joseph Gandy, Apocalypse, Britishness
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The History of British Cinema Class 10 Apocalypse genre and its popularity. Why do we like to think about the end of the world? Different kinds of apocalypse 28 Days Later really fast. Based on speed and intensity. The rag...

Film Studies
CIN 3110
james brooke-smith
CIN 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Imagined Community, Small Business, Shared Experience
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The History of British Cinema Class 6: PostColonial Represent immigrant experience after the war Both focus on immigrant families of southasian heritage. Newly mutlicultural British Isles. ReImagined Community A series of ...

Film Studies
CIN 3110
james brooke-smith
CIN 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Working Class Culture, Red Hair, Hypermasculinity
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The History of British Cinema Class 4: February 8, 2018 Gangster Geographies (Performance and Get Carter) Genre quintessentially American, but British films adopt it. o Usually American themes immigration, capitalist achie...

Film Studies
CIN 3110
james brooke-smith
CIN 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ridley Scott, Art School
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The History of British Cinema Class 5: Heritage Nation Both films highly different, but both deal with Britains history. Long historical sweep, but radically different perspectives. Both are interested also in historiograp...

Film Studies
CIN 3110
james brooke-smith
CIN 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Historical Fiction, Length Overall, Uptodate
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The History of British Cinema class 3: Colonial Romance: British Cinema and the Spaces of Empire Both movies represent foreign lands of what was once British Empire. Mediating empire for a domestic audience. Nations are no...

Film Studies
CIN 3110
james brooke-smith
CIN 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: François Truffaut, Stephen Frears, Cinematograph Films Act 1927
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The History of British Cinema Class 1: Nation: Bounded spatial territory OR Laws and legal systems, delimiting a national space National film industry: Benedict Anderson: Nations formed by creating imagined communities. Be...

Film Studies
CIN 3110
james brooke-smith
CIN 3124 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tracking Shot, The Climax, The Technique

American Cinema September 23 rd The Birth of a Nation - Controversial at the time and still due to the content of the movie - $2 when a normal movie was 5-25 cents - if people were willing to pay this ...

Film Studies
CIN 3124
Marc Hewson
CIN 2101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Surrealism, Retina

Lecture 1 01/21/2015 History of Cinema  Art Movements: Realism Impressionism Surrealism Formalism Neorealism ...

Film Studies
CIN 2101
Eliza Mystille
CIN3197 Lecture 7: November 19.docx

November 19, 14 Katherine Monk ­  Canada – negative space defines Canadian people Canadians are defined by what they are not Inability to define. …silence Diverse – not part of a melting pot 1996 The film could be called...

Film Studies
CIN 3197
Gary Evans
CIN3197 Lecture 3: Lecture 3.docx

Lecture 3 Cinema Verite – unscripted shooting of a film where the film wants to show an important  moment.   Le Chat dans le sac – Cat in the bag (I’m like a cat in a bag) Wheel going around (going in circles) – repeat...

Film Studies
CIN 3197
Gary Evans
CIN 3197 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: David Cronenberg, Eastern Promises, Auteur Theory

Lecture 4 David Cronenberg , Canada’s world renowned auteur (Eastern Promises) - Mind over body - Prince of Blood/ The baron of blood - The script said “fight in bathroom” - Actors had to get toget...

Film Studies
CIN 3197
Gary Evans

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