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  1. Histories of Channel 4

    Date
    16 Jan 2012, 17:20
    Author
    bufvcsergio
    Post Type
    BUFVC Review

    A Licence to be Different: The Story of Channel 4 by Maggie Brown (BFI Publishing, October 2007), 368 pages, ISBN: 9781844572052 (paperback), £16.99; ISBN: 978-1844572045 (hardback), £50.00 Channel 4: The...

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  2. Great Authors: Charles Dickens (2003)

    Subject
    Literature
    Distribution
    Sale, DVD (Region 2 PAL, 510 minutes (3 discs)), £29.99

    A 3-part DVD set exploring the life, times and work of Charles Dickens, using a mixture of drama and dramatised documentary from the BBC archives. His is a fascinating story - from rags to riches, complete...

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  3. Hollow Crown, The (1960 Television)

    Series
    Age of Kings, An
    Director
    Michael Hayes
    Producer
    Peter Dews

    First episode in a fifteen-part televised series comprising Shakespeare’s history plays from Richard II to Richard III (the two tetralogies), effectively presenting a chronological history of British...

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  4. Media Show [15/09/2010] (2010 Radio)

    Series
    Media Show
    Producer
    Simon Tillotson

    Radio series on the media world. In this edition Steve Hewlett talks about the the discovery by the British Film Institute of 100 hours of TV dramas from the 1960 believed lost lost until found recently by...

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  5. Richard III (1995 Film, Video)

    Director
    Richard Loncraine
    Producer
    Lisa Katselas Pare; Stephen Bayly

    Film version of Shakespeare’s play derived from Richard Eyre’s National Theatre production. Set in a context of 1930s’ fascism, where Mosley’s troops have taken power.

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  6. Nominations Announced for the Learning on Screen Awards 2017

    Date
    20 Sep 2017, 14:50
    Author
    Alex Morris
    Post Type
    Page

    We’re delighted to announce our full list of 41 nominations on International Women’s Day. Learning on Screen is proud to represent women working in educational film and media production, and this year we...

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  7. Shakespeare roundup

    Date
    7 Jun 2011, 18:33
    Author
    bufvcsergio
    Post Type
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    1. Much Ado About Nothing (1967) As part of a section devoted to Rediscovered TV Drama, referring to the well-publicised cash of TV programmes repatriated recently from the the Library of Congress in the...

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  8. Furthering Film Education

    Date
    5 Jan 2018, 14:19
    Author
    Ben Hodson
    Post Type
    BUFVC Article

    We spoke to Truro and Penwith College and the Manchester Film School about their different approaches to teaching filmmaking at FE level, and the success their methods are having. In recent years, some of...

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  9. Winners announced for Learning on Screen Awards 2017

    Date
    20 Sep 2017, 14:31
    Author
    Alex Morris
    Post Type
    Page

    The winners have been announced for the thirteenth annual Learning on Screen Awards, the UK’s only celebration of film and media production in education and research. At our ceremony on 27 April at...

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  10. Oh! What A Lovely War

    Date
    28 May 2014, 13:26
    Author
    Sergio Angelini
    Post Type
    BUFVC Review

    Joan Littlewood’s stage production Oh! What a Lovely War has long been a favourite with students and teachers. Long unavailable on home video, Richard Attenborough’s 1968 film adaptation in now out on as...

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