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By Terry Bolas

ISBN-10: 1841502375

ISBN-13: 9781841502373

In display schooling, Terry Bolas offers the 1st definitive historical past of the advance of movie and tv stories in Britain, from its origins as a grassroots stream to its present prestige as severe scholarship. the point of interest is at the uk, the place the advance mirrors that of movie schooling in North the US and Australia. Bolas’s account describes the voluntary efforts of activists within the Society for schooling in movie and tv and their courting with British movie Institute’s schooling division.  Though a lot documentary proof has been misplaced, Bolas’s paintings contains own information and interviews with key figures, making this a serious list of the increase of cinema and tv stories.

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67. 68. 69. 70. 71. Rudolf Arnheim Film as Art London: Faber and Faber 1957 Review Sight and Sound Vol 2 No 6 Summer 1933 p 61 Raymond Spottiswoode A Grammar of the Film London: Faber and Faber 1935 John Grierson Review Sight and Sound Vol 4 No 16 Winter 1935–36 p 157 Ibid p 57 Spottiswoode (1955) op cit Peter Noble (Ed) British Film Year Book London: Skelton Robinson 1947 p 197 A C Cameron ‘The Case for a National Film Institute’ Sight and Sound Vol 1 No 1 p 9 David Schrire ‘The Psychology of Film Audiences’ Sight and Sound Vol 2 No 8 Winter 1934 p 123 Editorial Sight and Sound Vol 3 No 9 Spring 1934 p 2 R S Lambert ‘How to Get the Films You Want’ Sight and Sound Vol 3 No 9 Spring 1934 p7 A C Cameron Sight and Sound Vol 3 No 11 Autumn 1934 p 125 Ernest Dyer ‘Training Film Taste’ Sight and Sound Vol 3 No 11 Autumn 1934 p 135 Lewis op cit p 75 Ibid p 136 Ibid p 77 Dyer op cit p 134 A Maxwell Lewis ‘Training Young Critics’ Sight and Sound Vol 4 No 14 Summer 1935 p 81 Ibid p 82 E Francis Mills ‘The Film Lesson’ Sight and Sound Vol 5 No 17 Spring 1936 p 33 Ibid p 35 E Francis Mills ‘The Classroom Film’ Sight and Sound Vol 5 No 18 Summer 1936 p 41 Ibid p 41 ‘Brentwood School Shows the Way’ Sight and Sound Vol 6 No 21 Spring 1937 p 39 G Buckland Smith ‘Wanted – A Sympathetic Understanding’ Sight and Sound Vol 8 No 30 Summer 1939 p 85 Ibid p 85 Richard Ford Children in the Cinema London: George Allen and Unwin 1939 Ibid p 208 Ibid p 208 Sight and Sound Vol 6 No 22 Summer 1937 p 94; Vol 6 No 23 Autumn 1937 p 152; Vol 7 No 25 Spring 1938 p 38; Vol 7 No 28 Winter 1938–39 p 175 A A Denholme The Cinema in Education London: British Film Institute 1937 p 15 Ibid p 15 Birmingham Cinema Enquiry Committee Report of investigations April 1930–May 1931 Birmingham Council 1931; Birkenhead Vigilance Committee The Cinema and the Child A Report of investigations June-October 1931 Birkenhead 1931 London County Council School Children and the Cinema London: LCC 1932 p 5 Ibid p 6 36 | Screen education: from film appreciation to media studies 72.

5 In November 1942 there appeared the first edition of Lindgren’s Film Appreciation for Discussion Groups and Schools. Then, Dorothy Grayson, appointed as the BFI’s first non-seconded Travelling (Educational) Representative, produced Films and Youth Organisations in June 1944. This was followed in November 1944 by The Elements of Film Criticism described as ‘a simple introduction to film appreciation’. In January 1946, the more wide ranging pamphlet Visual Education had a section on ‘Film Appreciation as a School Topic’.

50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. Rudolf Arnheim Film as Art London: Faber and Faber 1957 Review Sight and Sound Vol 2 No 6 Summer 1933 p 61 Raymond Spottiswoode A Grammar of the Film London: Faber and Faber 1935 John Grierson Review Sight and Sound Vol 4 No 16 Winter 1935–36 p 157 Ibid p 57 Spottiswoode (1955) op cit Peter Noble (Ed) British Film Year Book London: Skelton Robinson 1947 p 197 A C Cameron ‘The Case for a National Film Institute’ Sight and Sound Vol 1 No 1 p 9 David Schrire ‘The Psychology of Film Audiences’ Sight and Sound Vol 2 No 8 Winter 1934 p 123 Editorial Sight and Sound Vol 3 No 9 Spring 1934 p 2 R S Lambert ‘How to Get the Films You Want’ Sight and Sound Vol 3 No 9 Spring 1934 p7 A C Cameron Sight and Sound Vol 3 No 11 Autumn 1934 p 125 Ernest Dyer ‘Training Film Taste’ Sight and Sound Vol 3 No 11 Autumn 1934 p 135 Lewis op cit p 75 Ibid p 136 Ibid p 77 Dyer op cit p 134 A Maxwell Lewis ‘Training Young Critics’ Sight and Sound Vol 4 No 14 Summer 1935 p 81 Ibid p 82 E Francis Mills ‘The Film Lesson’ Sight and Sound Vol 5 No 17 Spring 1936 p 33 Ibid p 35 E Francis Mills ‘The Classroom Film’ Sight and Sound Vol 5 No 18 Summer 1936 p 41 Ibid p 41 ‘Brentwood School Shows the Way’ Sight and Sound Vol 6 No 21 Spring 1937 p 39 G Buckland Smith ‘Wanted – A Sympathetic Understanding’ Sight and Sound Vol 8 No 30 Summer 1939 p 85 Ibid p 85 Richard Ford Children in the Cinema London: George Allen and Unwin 1939 Ibid p 208 Ibid p 208 Sight and Sound Vol 6 No 22 Summer 1937 p 94; Vol 6 No 23 Autumn 1937 p 152; Vol 7 No 25 Spring 1938 p 38; Vol 7 No 28 Winter 1938–39 p 175 A A Denholme The Cinema in Education London: British Film Institute 1937 p 15 Ibid p 15 Birmingham Cinema Enquiry Committee Report of investigations April 1930–May 1931 Birmingham Council 1931; Birkenhead Vigilance Committee The Cinema and the Child A Report of investigations June-October 1931 Birkenhead 1931 London County Council School Children and the Cinema London: LCC 1932 p 5 Ibid p 6 36 | Screen education: from film appreciation to media studies 72.

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