Representation in British Cinema (Love & Hate)

Recommended for AS Film, AS Media and equivalent.

Capacity: 158 places.

This full day event will explore the key concept of representation, focusing on issues of gender, class and ethnicity in British Cinema and includes a full screening of LOVE + HATE.

Suitable for both AS Media and AS Film Studies, examples will be taken from a range of film extracts.

Led by Roy Stafford, Freelance Film Lecturer

Includes a screening of LOVE + HATE (15)
Director: Dominic Savage, UK, 2006, 86 mins
In English

Dominic Savage’s feature film debut love + hate is a contemporary love story highlighting the cultural divide in a community where racial hatred is rife. The burgeoning relationship between teenagers Adam and Naseema shakes-up their family lives and their communities.

This event will also take place at FACT, Liverpool on Tue 6 February, 10.30 – 15.00. Please contact FACT directly for booking.