A Day Out In Greenwich

Wednesday is my favourite day, it’s the day me and my flatmate go into central London and wind down from the week we have survived.  This Wednesday has been my favourite so far, after the terrible few weeks I have had I thought it time to enjoy a day out in the sun. As I…

My Guide To London

-All photos are my own- I have been living in London while at university, and despite the homesickness, I have enjoyed the experience of living here and wandering around the heart of the city. There are many places to visit in London, most are free and some you have to pay for and as a…

Recognition, Alignment, Allegiance in Taxi Driver

(Photos sourced from Google) Murray Smith uses recognition, alignment and allegiance to show how we as an audience identify with characters. He split it up into these categories to prove how in each category we take certain aspects of the film and use these to help us jump into the characters world. I am going…

Psychoanalytic Film Theory

(Photo sourced from google)      Post from my other film blog Psychoanalytic Film theory first came about after filmmakers started to use psychoanalysis in film. It’s based on Sigmund Freud’s theory that things that happen to you when you are a child, will unconsciously affect you as an adult. They took this theory and…

Stereotypical Representation in Film (Gender Roles)

(Photo sourced from google)  I have another blog where I analyse film and film theories, so I thought I would transfer some of them onto here.   Traditionally in society men held the power, so this was represented the same way in film. Masculinity was seen to be superior to female qualities, so these have…