Items where Course is BA (HONS) FILM STUDIES AND CREATIVE WRITING

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Arathoon, Barnaby (2015) How has the concept of Hell influenced writers, from Dante to Brookmyre, with special reference to my own creative artefact? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Cooper, Charlotte (2013) To infinity and beyond: how the Toy Story franchise captivated audiences and sustained long lasting popularity. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Harmer, Rebecca (2013) The exploration of how controversial and taboo themes, usually associated with adult fiction, are presented in fiction for younger readers. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Morley, Thomas (2011) A new persona for a new new Hollywood: the work of Charlie Kaufman and how it informs the changing face of American independent cinema. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Prankard, Sinderlie (2016) From page to stage: a discussion of adaptation and the art of recreating established narrative. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Reason, Connor (2015) Fantastical detectives: a discussion on the genre conventions of fantasy and detective fiction and the ideas of hybridization in both classic and contemporary literature. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Smith, Elizabeth (2013) How are the emotional effects of the September 11th terrorist attacks discussed in contemporary fiction, and what creative techniques can be used to handle this critical issue? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Southern, Olivia (2013) Desensitisation: do creative industries have an effect on the desensitisation of young people? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Warburton, Richard (2016) Hollywood’s existential hero. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

This list was generated on Mon May 29 21:50:43 2017 IST.