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Course CodeCourse NameVenueDayStart TimeEnd TimeStart DateEnd Date  
24LB445PWellbeing Saturdays - Golden Age of HollywoodLOUGHBOROUGH LIBRARYSat10:00 AM3:30 PM17/08/202417/08/2024Available for enrolmentsAvailable for Enquiries

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01. Who is this course for?
Join us on this one-day course, where you will have the opportunity discover and learn about the ‘Golden Age of Hollywood’. Together we will watch and talk about extracts from films produced by Hollywood between 1930-1950; you can also have a go at writing your own film review! We will cover topics such as film themes, influential actors and directors, and Hollywood film fandom. There will also be a selection of fascinating historical film objects for you to look at and explore.

02. What will I learn?
This Wellbeing Saturday workshop will introduce you to approaches to studying, analysing and appreciating film, with a focus on Michael Curtiz’s Casablanca (1942). ‘Golden Age of Hollywood’ is an opportunity for film lovers and novices to find out more about this important period of film history, and build skills in talking and writing about film.

03. How will I learn?
Regular feedback and support will be provided from your tutor and peers during the session. Group discussions take place in an informal and supportive environment. Your tutor will give you guidance regarding your progress during the course, in the form of group discussions and Individual Learning Plans.

04. What will I need to bring?
A notebook and pen/pencil

05. What skills or experience do I need?
No experience is needed to join this course, it is open to all levels of ability.

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