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This teaching pack, suitable for AS/A2 Media and Film Studies, offers a suitable case study for industry and institution and help students demonstrate an understanding of key concepts and contemporary Hollywood.
'... provides an extremely accessible introduction to a challenging field of study.' – Toby Marshall, Film Studies teacher
'There is a wealth of detail in how ... films go through the cycle of production, distribution and exhibition ... A very accessible introduction to this potentially difficult field of study.' – Des Murphy (AMES - Association for Media Education in Scotland)
This pack offers essential material for, and a fresh and lively approach to the teaching of 'Institution' in Film and Media Studies.
Pack contents: Teachers' Notes
Unit 1: Film as industry and institution
Unit 2: New Hollywood in the 1970s
Unit 3: The High Concept model
Unit 4: High Concept and industry practices
Unit 5: Distribution and exhibition
'Simulating Hollywood' exercise
Questions for discussion and essays
Appendix 1: Summer 2000 and the majors' slates
Appendix 2: The cost of making a Hollywood movie
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