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Anyone else sitting a Film Studies exam on Wednesday the 19th?
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I am. And heck I'm revising like BLAH. What movies are you doing for american vs british? or 2 hollywood films?
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how do you revise for this exam im so unprepared
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ferris buelers day off/kids

alfie/a clockwork orange/a hard days night
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? what? Hard day's night? Alfie? Awesome ):

James bond: Quantum of Solace & Salt
Ewan McGregor
Dark Knight & Batman: The Movie (1966)

How did it go?
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yeah was alright, yay we got marketing haha
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I like that first question
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Film studies :mmm:
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I'm doing it tomorrow! So I was wondering if you could tell me which questions came up on each section, for Section B I'm doing British horror and C I'm doing American westerns just so I know what probably won't come up!
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Were doing:
60's British cultural:
Hard Days Night,
Darling and
Billy Lair.
Two Hollywood films:
Juno and
Donnie Darko.
Not going to lie. I'm CRAPPING MYSELF.
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Transformers(Michael Bay, 2007) and Pirates of the Caribbean(No idea).
Love Actually(Richard Curtis, 2003) and Hot Fuzz(Edgar Wright, 2007).
Sunset Boulevard(Billy Wilder, 1950) and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang(Shane Black, 2005).
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It was alright actually, I didn't mention any producers and audiences films that we studied for section A which were star trek (abrams 2009) and looking for Eric (loach 2009) but no one else did either :/ we got gender thank God! We did gender in our mocks and we got messages and values for American westerns quietly confident!
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We did Performance (1970) and Alfie (1968=6) for swinging sixities. We got the rebellion question. I was so happy.

We also did Gangster Films, Doing Public Enemy(1931) and GoodFellas(1990)

We had not done any producer research, we didn't have time so we were sure that we would get a audiences only question. Turned out not to be the case, but I know alot personally about DVD and TV distribution.

I'm hopeful I haven't done bad.
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Heyy, I sitting this exam this year (AS) and was wondering, what is the best way to revise for the essay questions on you're chosen films? Also how do you refer to the given stimulus in part a? Do you just say 'as it is discussed in item one...'?

Thanks x
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I got my exam on Monday and I really want to get an A! How did you lay out your essay guy's or on the analysis how many scene's did you discuss and what additional info did you include?. I hope I can get a reply in time, thanks if you do xD mean's a lot
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