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Articles from Screen Education (June 1, 2019)

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American Horror GENRE AND THE POST-RACIAL MYTH IN GET OUT: Rife with symbolism and social commentary Jordan Peele's debut feature effectively employs and subverts well-worn horror tropes, constituting a work that is as entertaining as it is politically charged As ANTHONY CAREW explores, the film functions as both a scathing satire of liberal racism and an evocation of the everyday fears that African-American people must endure. Carew, Anthony Critical essay 3920
Creative Devices: JOEL AARONS provides tips on creating composite artwork in Adobe Photoshop. Aarons, Joel 2215
Killing Time: ZERO DARK THIRTY'S THEATRE OF CRUELTY. Godfrey, Nicholas Critical essay 3152
Letting the Old Ways Die GENDER AND CHARACTERISATION IN A STAR IS BORN: The fourth rendition of one of Hollywood's most iconic titles, Bradley Cooper's film takes on the challenge of adapting an old story of love, fame and dysfunction to a twenty-first-century milieu. As ZOE GOODALL argues, however, its attempts to balance fidelity to the story with contemporary gender norms ultimately have uneven results. Goodall, Zoe Critical essay 3087
Love in the Time of Revolution: THE POLITICAL AND THE PERSONAL IN DOCTOR ZHIVAGO. Ross, Eloise Critical essay 2751
SYNC OR SWIM: Captions. Lavery, Kevin 2612
Through [alpha] Speculum Darkly THE TRAGIC ANATOMY OF DEAD RINGERS: An unsettling tale based on a real-life case of twin gynaecologists who were found dead together, David Cronenberg's 1980s cult oddity is a strangely moving examination of addiction, biology and co-dependency. As RAMON GLAZOV descripes, the film is also a rich senior secondary classroom text for English and health education students. Glazov, Ramon 3533
Voices from the Past: REVISITING GONE WITH THE WIND. McFarlane, Brian Critical essay 3398
Wong Kar Wai. Carew, Anthony 5492

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