Comedy Films Classroom Resources by Brian Dunbar
  

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Comedy Films Classroom Resources by Brian Dunbar

Comedy Films: Classroom Resources offers a range of classroom friendly pupil resource sheets containing exercises, essay questions and tasks that offer a framework of study for teachers of Film and Media Studies. Starting by asking 'Can comedy be called a genre?', Brian Dunbar then goes on to address the key concepts of Media Studies offering practical teaching solutions to looking at comedy films from such historical periods and movements as:Silent Comedy Film Classical Hollywood 'screwball comedy' British comedy films Foreign comedy Contemporary independent American comedy In addition to covering the core concepts, the author also provides exercises for practical classroom work including designing a comedy film trailer, designing a comedy video sleeve, adapting a comedy film for radio and designing a Web page to promote a comedy film.

About the Author

Brian Dunbar taught English and Media Studies at Lasswade High School Centre, Midlothian and film courses for the University of Edinburgh's Office of Lifelong Learning. He is the author of Dracula in the York Film Notes series and Goldfinger for Longman's Ultimate Film Guides.

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Format

Paperback
50 pages

Author

Brian Dunbar
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Publisher

Auteur Publishing

Publication date

15th November 2002

ISBN

9781903663141


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