Studying Pan's Labyrinth

BookStudying Pan's Labyrinth

Studying Pan's Labyrinth

Studying Films

2010

September 9th, 2010

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Pan's Labyrinth (2006) is a film of extraordinary technical achievement and intense emotional impact, garnering acclaim from both critics and audiences alike. Such a rich cinematic text demands close scrutiny and comprehensive study. This volume guides the reader through a detailed analysis of the film, concentrating on the generation of meaning for the viewer. The book maps technical choices and how they capture human experience and political conflict. It also details the processes of production, distribution, and exhibition. Specific examples from a range of film texts enable a vivid grasp of technical vocabulary, therefore providing readers with the tools to analyze other films as well.

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Tanya Jones is an experienced teacher of film and media studies and a senior examiner for a major examination board in the U.K. She is the author of a number of best-selling film and media studies textbooks.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Section TitlePagePrice
Contents6
Fact Sheet7
Introduction8
Narrative12
Genre20
Message and Values28
Film Language36
Characterisation72
Institutions78
Bibliography85