Essay | Operation and Development of Film in Britain
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Running Head: CINEMATOGRAPHYEXTENDED ESSAYThe development and operation of the film and televisionindustries of Great BritainSubmitted to the University of Hertfordshire in partial fulfillment of therequirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Art (Honors) Film and TelevisionProductionAbstract This essay examines the operation and the development of the film and television industries of Great Britain to understand the realism of the society and the working class
1representation in the contemporary cinema of Britain. Further, the essential works of thetelevision and the film production will be discussed along with the historical development of the aesthetic forms and traditions, genres. Then, the development of the television and the film industry will be discussed along with the professional constraints and the requirements, framework of regulations, global scope, practices of business, audience and their consumption patterns. Furthermore, the present debates in relation to the processes of narration along with the representation modes in the text of culture and media will be analyzed and evaluated. Then, the products in the television and the film industry in the professional, global and historical context will be analyzed. Also, sustained research of media in the practice of television and film will be realized and developed. Moreover, it is being observed that the social realism can enhance the film’s objectivity or through integrating with the aesthetic of art-cinema. Therealism should be considered to reflect and capture the factors of the social political frameworks which further creates the society.Student Name:Student Number:
2Extended Essay“The development and operation of the film and television industries of GreatBritain”The UK might fall underneath the shadow of the counterpart of Hollywood, but the workers of British television and the film industry are the hot property and further revered across the globe with the various blockbusters which are being produced by thefilm makers of Britain and are backed by the finance of US. Furthermore, it has been observed that the demand for the abilities and the skills of people working in this particular sector, the average income in the UK’s sector of production is approximately athird greater than the average income of the UK (Ashby, J., & Higson, A. 2013). Moreover, it is observed that the Riff Raff was a featured film which was produced in 1990 for the Channel 4's film on four and was established with the aim of investing in the independent films of the Britain along with the theatrical segregation after the broadcasting on television. It was located on a site of construction in London which featured casual workers transforming the building of hospital into the luxurious apartments which was set in British’s Thatcher. It further created the references to the politics of government along with the rise in the market of entrepreneurial. The film showed that how the society of Britain is shifting from a welfare state to the economy which is money driven (Blandford, S. 2007). Further, Loach came with another featured film in 1994 i.e. Ladybird-Ladybird which combined the less particular environment with the structure of narration which was drawn on the melodrama. This featured film gave the sense to the audience about the docudrama by narrating a story based on a true incident and also talked about the later life of the Jorge and Maggie. The other film was Student Name:Student Number:
3featured in the year 2004 i.e. Ae Fond Kiss which explored the politics of the simple life which is being directed towards the conflict and the difference of the religions after the 9/11 and further it took the form a love story among Pakistani Muslim entrepreneur and the catholic Irish teacher. According to the analysis of the Christopher Williams, the history of the cinema of Britain shows the various reputations along with the issue which has been featured in the cinema of Britain. Further, the first reputation is being relied on the article of Satyajit Ray, 1976, which compared the nature of cinema as a medium along with the nature of British. An absence of engagement in the style of visualization or the elaboration which further can be perceived as the inhibition of emotions (Brunsdon, C. 2007). The other reputation is about realism, and it has been observed that the realism is being discussed several times along with the many attitudes. For example, in 1950 realism was being favored and in the year 1980, the realism was being dammed. The other reputation is about is about quality which accused the cinema of Britain for the failure in order to attain the sustainability. Moreover, the other reputation is about the social attribute of the cinema of Britain as a whole which further expresses various themes depending on the context of socialization. In the formation of the absence of engagement in the subjectivity or the individuality. Further, these aspects can be observed in the history of social realism of Britain.The movement of documentation the year 1930 created realism and the social attribute of the British cinema. Grierson used the approach of modernization for the making of films by claiming it as an expression of personalization (Chibnall, S., & Murphy, R. 2009). Further,Wollen stated that the major drift of the project of the Grierson was in Student Name:Student Number:
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