PAN’S LABYRINTH: A Case Study in narrative and representation

Recommended for AS Film, AS Media and equivalent..

Capacity: 158 places.

One of the most celebrated films of 2006, PAN’S LABYRINTH offers an excellent casebook study of the use of fantasy and metaphor to represent complex ideas about fascism and national identity in a compelling manner. The event will be suitable for Film and Media students who are developing their ideas about key concepts and looking for interesting critical research topics as they approach their A2 year.

Includes a full screening of PAN’S LABYRINTH (15)

Led by Roy Stafford, Freelance Film Lecturer