Projects

  • Kubrick’s Obsession with Gender Roles and Male Dominance:

Annotated Catalogue

Presentation Script

I recently studied Stanley Kubrick and found he had an unusual obsession with male dominance. I created an annotated catalogue and a presentation script that are showcased above which explore and present my findings using various sources. My main three focus films were, A Clockwork Orange (1971), The Shining (1980) and Full Metal Jacket (1987) in which I believed had the strongest conviction in presenting Kubrick’s ideologies.

  • Commercial Exposure:

This is a short film I made for my final A level piece, it is an attack on the effects of consumerism and exposure to violent video games. My reflective analysis will be up shortly where I have extensively analysed it further with references to the techniques I borrowed and what films influenced me.

  • The Hardships of Fame:

This is a short film I made whilst in my first year studying Film at A-Level. Produced in 2011, in a group of two, we decided to tackle the possible reality and the consequences of being in the limelight 24/7. Our protagonist portraying a famous music entertainer has been caught acting mischievously and has to deal with the implications pushing him to the edge of depression. I hope you enjoy my first video production and let me know what you think.

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