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Television and film crime/cop drama is very popular with a wide audience. Crime Dramas seek to anchor the representations of all types of police officers, criminals and victims as ‘believable’ characters, with ‘realistic’ plot lines, set in urban locations.The genre has been taken up in the US under the heading of American Quality Televsion (AQT) - see under heading AQT.
Codes and Conventions
- are constructed realities
- depict constructed versions of...
AQA AS Media Studies Unit 1 (MEST1)
Section A Texts, Concepts and Contexts
Answer all questions in Section A.
Read the information and the four questions below. You will be shown a media product three times. In between viewings you should make notes in response to the questions below in the space provided. These notes will not be marked. You should spend approximately 15 minutes answering each question in Section A. You should support your answers...[ read full article ] »
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Source: Latymer Media Blog
- Narrative AS Terminology Revision Sheet.doc
- Narrative Enigmas
- Narrative Themes
- Narrative Structure
- Narrative Theory
- The structure and organisation of media texts e.g. story
- Narrative chain of cause and effect – the plotlines in a story that are triggered by action and enigma codes (something happens that causes something else to happen)
- Narrative is correlated with genre – some genres have...
Action Adventure / Crime Thriller (Heist) / Comedy Hybrid
The Italian Job is a ‘British’ film starring Michael Caine that was made in 1969. It is about a carefully planned heist involving gold bullion being stolen by an ‘English Mob’ from underneath the nose of the Mafia.
The film achieved critical and commercial success and traded on the recent success of the England football team winning the football World Cup in 1966.
It remains an iconic British film containing...[ read full article ] »