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The recent development of British cinema provides a fascinating area of study, with a variety of film styles – from the representation of social issues to star-led romantic comedies. Through detailed case studies, suggested schemes of work, and student activities, this teaching guide illustrates the different approaches to teaching British cinema.
The guide includes: the theoretical contexts to the study of British cinema, explained in an accessible style through summaries of key thinkers; questions of funding, distribution and exhibition; case studies exploring the developments in themes and style of British cinema since 1990, focusing on social realism (examples include Dirty Pretty Things, Last Resort, In This World); British Asian cinema (examples include My Son the Fanatic, Bend it Like Beckham); and British cinema and institutions (examples include the films of Richard Curtis).
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