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The History of Film: Culture, Society and Change

Broadway, 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 3AL
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The History of Film: Culture, Society and Change

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Ten week course starting on Tuesday 21 January 2013

This 10 week course will analyse a different decade of the 20th century each week to ‘archaeologically’ examine how film has reflected the changes in culture, society and politics. Starting with examples of films from the 1910s, we will discover the history of the 20th century as told through film; including how the war years were portrayed at the cinema, the social and sexual revolutions of the 60s, the political landscape of the cold war and bringing our understanding up to date by examining how 21st century cinema reflects anxieties around technology and terrorism. If you would like to know more about the history of film or are simply interested in social and cultural history, than this course is for you.

Tutor: Michael Parkes
Duration: 10 weeks
Tuesday evenings commencing 21st January 2014, 7-8.30PM
Price: £70 /£50 members and concessions

To book this course please contact Broadway on +44(0)115 9526611.

 

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