Comedy by Mark Wilson


Comedy by Mark Wilson

From the first moving picture show of 1895 through to th Imax movies of today, this series tells the story of cinematic genres. It details the amazing progress of movie technology and shows how it has changed the world in which we live. Looking at the greats of the movie world and the social changes the medium has reflected, this book features a range of text types including illustrated text boxes on directors, actors and authors, and some that discuss individuals films in depth. It provides cross-curricular links to a wide range of subjects including History and English.

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32 pages
Interest Age: 13+


Mark Wilson
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Publication date

30th June 2005



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