11am to 12pm, 17 March, online
From The Lady From Shanghai (1947) and Singin’ In The Rain (1952) to The Conversation (1974) and Blade Runner (1982), we will compare not only the aesthetic and narrative features of the two filmmaking eras, but also the ideological perspectives, focusing particularly on representation of gender. We will also be making connections with the industrial, social and historical contexts for the films’ production.
Students will be presented with examples that reveal how both eras provided auteur directors the opportunity to make signature films, and the importance of these in wider filmic contexts.
To book this event please call 020 7815 1329.
£30 per group up to 15 students.
£60 per group up to 65 students.
£90 per group larger than 65 students.
£10 per student for homeschooled students.
Please book by 12pm the day before the event.
Please make payments using a credit/debit card, or download, print and return the booking form with cheque or card details. We do not send invoices or accept BACS payments, so please make payment at time of booking.
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