Representations in Media StudiesQuick View
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Representations in Media Studies

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This visually-engaging and informative resource is perfect for helping Media students to understand the key concept of Representations. Through a range of different and interesting tasks , students learn to identify and understand representations at work in the media, and become familiar with key terms such as 'stereotyping; and 'aspects of character.' The learning journey is progressive and step-by-step, allowing for bite-size chunks of progress to be evident and regular intervals. Students learn to: - Understand that everyone sees images and ideas differently; - Define the key terms 'representations' and 'stereotypes;' - Understand some common representations and stereotypes; - Analyse the reasoning and effects of different representations; - Analyse how different characters are represented in a key media text. The key media text that I have chosen for the main analysis task is the movie 'Warrior' (2011) starring Tom Hardy, but the resources can be easily adapted to suit different media texts should you choose to. All images are licensed for commercial use and are cited on the final slide of the presentation.
Marcus Rashford GCSE Media Studies OSPM CSPQuick View
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Marcus Rashford GCSE Media Studies OSPM CSP

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Resources for the Close Study Product for the AQA GCSE Media Studies course (first teaching September 2021). Designed for AQA, and anyone examining the Online, Social and Participatory unit on Marcus Rashford. The 55 slide 10 lesson resource includes all resources and ten lesson’s work (with possible expansion) and pupil questions/activities. Download also includes a knowledge checklist for the CSP. Lesson 1: Who is Marcus Rasford? Lesson 2: Why is Marcus Rashford a CSP? How has Marcus Rashford redefined celebrity through his online presence? Lesson 3: Who is the audience for Marcus Rashford and why do they engage with his online presence? Lesson 4: Analysing the codes and conventions of his social media channels. Lesson 5: Analysing the official Marcus Rashford website. Lesson 6: Audience positioning and narrative structures. Lesson 7: Who selects the various representations of Marcus. The rise of social media managers and PR companies. Lesson 8: The growth of social media companies and who owns them? Who regulates social media companies? Lesson 9: How do social media companies make money? What businesses link with Marcus Rashford and why? Lesson 10: Marcus Rashford, the political powerbase and public policy. As reviewers have stated for previous Media Studies CSPs: “Just buy it!” “Your resources have been life savers!” “Well worth the money and really saved my life” “I just wanted to say that as a non-specialist these resources are worth every single penny! Thank you so much for making and sharing them.” “Blown away by this! Excellent AS Eduqas revision tool. Can’t thank you enough!” “They have saved me a huge amount of time and the detail that goes into your work is second to none. You put others to shame who charge twice as much for very little. Can’t thank you enough.” “Your new spec resources are saving me hours & hours of work! Thanks, they are really good.” “These resources are so useful - I cannot tell you how much time they have save me - very clear to follow and easy to adapt for revision material — well worth the money”
Tatler GCSE Media Studies Magazine CSPQuick View
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Tatler GCSE Media Studies Magazine CSP

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Resources for the Close Study Product for the reformed (9-1) AQA GCSE Media Studies course. Designed for AQA, and anyone examining the Magazine, Tatler. The 23 slide 5 lesson presentation includes all resources and five lessons work (with possible expansion). Lesson 1: What is Tatler? What issues does Tatler deal with? Who is the Tatler audience (including Young and Rubicam) Lesson 2 and 3: Media Language in a magazine cover (includes video). Semiotic analysis of verbal and non-verbal codes, design, layout, use of colour, typography and photographic. Includes modelled responses for unseen magazine. Lesson 4: Use of narrative theories (including Todorov, Propp and Barthes Enigma Codes). Lesson 4: Media Representation How are people, issues and ideas represented in Tatler? What stereotypes are used? What stereotypes are not represented and why? What stereotypes are subverted? How different audience readings will exist and why? As reviewers have stated for previous Media Studies CSPs: “Just buy it!” “Your resources have been life savers!” “Well worth the money and really saved my life” “I just wanted to say that as a non-specialist these resources are worth every single penny! Thank you so much for making and sharing them.” “Blown away by this! Excellent AS Eduqas revision tool. Can’t thank you enough!” “They have saved me a huge amount of time and the detail that goes into your work is second to none. You put others to shame who charge twice as much for very little. Can’t thank you enough.” “Your new spec resources are saving me hours & hours of work! Thanks, they are really good.” “These resources are so useful - I cannot tell you how much time they have save me - very clear to follow and easy to adapt for revision material — well worth the money”
A Level Media Studies - Theories and Theorists Knowledge OrganiserQuick View
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A Level Media Studies - Theories and Theorists Knowledge Organiser

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A revision resource for A Level Media Studies focused on the WJEC Eduqas specification and the theorists listed in the exam board Teaching Guides. I encourage my students to highlight the sections on the sheet as we cover the material. It also serves as a basis for checking knowledge later on. It is designed to fit on a single side of A4 paper, though it scales decently to A3 for displaying. The two-page resource summarises each theoretical viewpoint briefly and organises the theorists according to the appropriate theoretical framework. This resource pairs reasonably well with the A Level Media Studies - Exams Structure and Theories knowledge organiser available on the store. Both the .pdf and the .pub are included so that you can customise it to your teaching groups.
One Direction History GCSE Media Studies Music Video CSPQuick View
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One Direction History GCSE Media Studies Music Video CSP

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Resources for the Close Study Product for the reformed AQA GCSE Media Studies course. Designed for AQA, and anyone examining the Music Video ‘History’ by One Direction. The 21 slide 5 lesson resource and PLC study the Media Audience and Industries around the video and how it relates to the changing nature of the music industry; it also compares key points to the other Music Video CSP, ‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’ by the Arctic Monkeys . The Powerpoint includes all resources and five lessons work (with possible expansion). Lesson 1: What are manufactured bands? What is the history of talent/reality shows? How were 1D formed? How was the 1D image built and why? Lesson 2: Analysis of the video for ‘History’. How do the band present their image through the video and why? Why do music videos exist? What assumptions have the directors made about the video audience? Lesson 3: What are the demographics and psychographics of the One Direction audience (Young and Rubicam)? Why do people watch the One Direction (Uses and Gratification)? Why does audience response to One Direction vary (Hall Audience Response) ? Lesson 4: How are music videos consumed and how has this changed? Why are music videos made and how does this support the marketing and promotion of a single/album? Lesson 5: How are music videos regulated and why? How do major record companies influence the music industry and why? Comparing Arctic Monkeys ‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’ and One Direction ‘History’. All of the above are linked through activities to ‘History’ and could extend into further lessons and discussions. As previous 5-star reviews for other CSPs published on TES have stated ‘these are great starting points’ for lesson delivery. Powerpoint file contains all resources, along with a Personal Learning Checklist (PLC) for students to RAG-rate their knowledge, skills and understanding. As reviewers have stated for previous Media Studies CSPs: "Just buy it!" “Your resources have been life savers!” “Well worth the money and really saved my life” “I just wanted to say that as a non-specialist these resources are worth every single penny! Thank you so much for making and sharing them.” “Blown away by this! Excellent AS Eduqas revision tool. Can’t thank you enough!” “They have saved me a huge amount of time and the detail that goes into your work is second to none. You put others to shame who charge twice as much for very little. Can’t thank you enough.” “Your new spec resources are saving me hours & hours of work! Thanks, they are really good.” "These resources are so useful - I cannot tell you how much time they have save me - very clear to follow and easy to adapt for revision material — well worth the money" Reviews welcomed
The Times GCSE Media Studies (9-1) Newspaper CSPQuick View
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The Times GCSE Media Studies (9-1) Newspaper CSP

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Resources for the Close Study Product for the reformed AQA GCSE Media Studies course. Designed for AQA, and anyone examining the Newspaper, The Times. The** 39 slide 9 lesson resource** includes all resources and sevon lessons work (with possible expansion) and useful prior to NEA 2018 delivery if completing newspaper option. Lesson 1: What is the Press? What is Press freedom? What is Press intrusion? What are the politics of the UK national newspapers? includes video Lesson 2: The politcis of the Press [continued] Includes video Lesson 3: What is the difference between tabloid and broadsheet? What are the key components of a newspaper? How is the front cover of The Times CSP designed and why? How does this compare with The Daily Mirror? How is language used. Includes video Lesson 4: How does the language differ with the Muirfield story and why? How does this compare with The Daily Mirror? Lesson 5-7: How are newspaper audiences classified? What are the general characteristics of different national newspaper readers? What is the audience profile of The Times? How does this differ to The Daily Mirror? How are different social groups, issues or events represented in The Times? How does the The Times target its audience? Why do people read The Times (pleasures)? What is an active and passive newspaper audience? How does The Times encourage its audience to be passive and/or active? What are the different preferred readings of The Times? Lesson 8: What is the market position of The Times? What are the circulation figures of The Times and how have they changed? Why are circulation figures changing and how do they compare with The Daily Mirror and why? Who owns the Daily Mirror? What is a Media Conglomerate? Lesson 9: How does The Times embrace digital publication? What is a paywall and how does The Times system differ from the Daily Mirror online provision and The Guardian? How are newspapers regulated? As reviewers have stated for previous Media Studies CSPs: “Just buy it!” “Your resources have been life savers!” “Well worth the money and really saved my life” “I just wanted to say that as a non-specialist these resources are worth every single penny! Thank you so much for making and sharing them.” “Blown away by this! Excellent AS Eduqas revision tool. Can’t thank you enough!” “They have saved me a huge amount of time and the detail that goes into your work is second to none. You put others to shame who charge twice as much for very little. Can’t thank you enough.” “Your new spec resources are saving me hours & hours of work! Thanks, they are really good.” “These resources are so useful - I cannot tell you how much time they have save me - very clear to follow and easy to adapt for revision material — well worth the money”
GCSE AQA Media Studies (9-1) Revision BookletQuick View
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GCSE AQA Media Studies (9-1) Revision Booklet

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A 48-slide revision package written to support the AQA GCSE (9-1) Media Studies course. This can be projected with the class, completed by the pupils in using computers or photocopied onto A4/A5 and used as a homework project. The package deals with the key media theories outlined by AQA and links to the CSPs. It also covers key media language and terms linked to various CSPs with pupil activity involved. The final slides deal with key terms that may be assessed for 2 mark responses and then more detailed exemplar questions for 6, 8 and 12 mark questions. These resources support the popular CSP resources that are on TES. Reviews have stated: “Just buy it!” “Your resources have been life savers!” “Well worth the money and really saved my life” “I just wanted to say that as a non-specialist these resources are worth every single penny! Thank you so much for making and sharing them.” “Blown away by this! Excellent AS Eduqas revision tool. Can’t thank you enough!” “They have saved me a huge amount of time and the detail that goes into your work is second to none. You put others to shame who charge twice as much for very little. Can’t thank you enough.” “Your new spec resources are saving me hours & hours of work! Thanks, they are really good.” “These resources are so useful - I cannot tell you how much time they have save me - very clear to follow and easy to adapt for revision material — well worth the money”
Black Widow Marvel GCSE Media Studies Film CSPQuick View
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Black Widow Marvel GCSE Media Studies Film CSP

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Resources for the Close Study Product for the AQA GCSE Media Studies course (first teaching September 2021). Designed for AQA, and anyone examining the Film unit on Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Black Widow. The 27 slide, 6 lesson resource includes all resources and approximately 6 lesson’s work (with possible expansion) and pupil questions/activities. Download also includes a knowledge checklist for the CSP. Lesson 1: What is Black Widow and what is the MCU franchise? Lesson 2: Who owns Marvel [includes conglomerate, vertical and horizontal integration]. Genre analysis and impact on global sales. Lesson 3: Representation and influence in the production of Black Widow and why. Analysis of Star Power. Examining the costs of production. Lesson 4: How did Black Widow perform at the box office and why? Distribution channels used and the impact of the COVID pandemic. Lesson 5: Film certification. The marketing and merchandising of Black Widow. Lesson 6: Hollywood and the links to globalisation and cultural imperialism. As reviewers have stated for previous Media Studies CSPs shared on TES: “Just buy it!” “Your resources have been life savers!” “Well worth the money and really saved my life” “I just wanted to say that as a non-specialist these resources are worth every single penny! Thank you so much for making and sharing them.” “Blown away by this! Can’t thank you enough!” “They have saved me a huge amount of time and the detail that goes into your work is second to none. You put others to shame who charge twice as much for very little. Can’t thank you enough.” “Your new spec resources are saving me hours & hours of work! Thanks, they are really good.” “These resources are so useful - I cannot tell you how much time they have save me - very clear to follow and easy to adapt for revision material — well worth the money”
Daily Mirror GCSE Media Studies (9-1) Newspaper CSPQuick View
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Daily Mirror GCSE Media Studies (9-1) Newspaper CSP

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Resources for the Close Study Product for the reformed AQA GCSE Media Studies course. Designed for AQA, and anyone examining the Newspaper, The Daily Mirror. The** 35 slide 7 lesson resource** includes all resources and sevon lessons work (with possible expansion) and useful prior to NEA 2018 delivery if completing newspaper option. Lesson 1: What is the Press? What is Press freedom? What is Press intrusion? What are the politics of the UK national newspapers? Lesson 2: What is the difference between tabloid and broadsheet? What are the key components of a newspaper? How is the front cover of the Daily Mirror CSP designed and why? How does this compare with The Times? Lesson 3: How does the language differ with the Muirfield story and why? How does this compare with The Times? Lesson 4: How are newspaper audiences classified? What are the general characteristics of different national newspaper readers? What is the audience profile of the Daily Mirror? How does this differ to The Times? How are different social groups, issues or events represented in the Daily Mirror? How does the Daily Mirror target its audience? Lesson 5: Why do people read the Daily Mirror (pleasures)? What is an active and passive newspaper audience? How does the Daily Mirror encourage its audience to be passive and/or active? What are the different preferred readings of the Daily Mirror? Lesson 6: What is the market position of the Daily Mirror? What are the circulation figures of the Daily Mirror and how have they changed? Why are circulation figures changing? Who owns the Daily Mirror? Lesson 7: Press regulation. As previous 5-star reviews for other CSPs published on TES have stated ‘these are great starting points’ for lesson delivery. Powerpoint file contains all resources, along with a Personal Learning Checklist (PLC) for students to RAG-rate their knowledge, skills and understanding. As reviewers have stated for previous Media Studies CSPs: "Just buy it!" “Your resources have been life savers!” “Well worth the money and really saved my life” “I just wanted to say that as a non-specialist these resources are worth every single penny! Thank you so much for making and sharing them.” “Blown away by this! Excellent AS Eduqas revision tool. Can’t thank you enough!” “They have saved me a huge amount of time and the detail that goes into your work is second to none. You put others to shame who charge twice as much for very little. Can’t thank you enough.” “Your new spec resources are saving me hours & hours of work! Thanks, they are really good.” "These resources are so useful - I cannot tell you how much time they have save me - very clear to follow and easy to adapt for revision material — well worth the money" Reviews welcomed
KISS FM Breakfast GCSE Media Studies Radio CSPQuick View
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KISS FM Breakfast GCSE Media Studies Radio CSP

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Resources for the Close Study Product for the AQA GCSE Media Studies course (first teaching September 2021). Designed for AQA, and anyone examining the Radio unit on KISS Radio’s Breakfast Show. The 27 slide, 6 lesson resource includes all resources and approximately 6 lesson’s work (with possible expansion) and pupil questions/activities. Download also includes a knowledge checklist for the CSP. Lesson 1: What is KISS and the breakfast show? Who are the Bauer Media Group? What Media Products do BMG own? Why are BMGs acquisitions so controversial? Lesson 2: What is BMG Radio’s audience reach? What advantages does the cross-media ownership benefit KISS and BMG? What synergy exists between BMG brands? Lesson 3: How is KISS funded? How is radio regulated? What are the broadcasting codes relevant to radio? Lesson 4: How does KISS target its audience? How successful is KISS in reaching its audience? Lesson 5: Why do people listen to KISS? What are the audience readings? What do active and passive radio audiences do? Lesson 6: How has radio changed? How do this CSP and the Radio 1 Launch compare? As reviewers have stated for previous Media Studies CSPs shared on TES: “Just buy it!” “Your resources have been life savers!” “Well worth the money and really saved my life” “I just wanted to say that as a non-specialist these resources are worth every single penny! Thank you so much for making and sharing them.” “Blown away by this! Can’t thank you enough!” “They have saved me a huge amount of time and the detail that goes into your work is second to none. You put others to shame who charge twice as much for very little. Can’t thank you enough.” “Your new spec resources are saving me hours & hours of work! Thanks, they are really good.” “These resources are so useful - I cannot tell you how much time they have save me - very clear to follow and easy to adapt for revision material — well worth the money”
Tatler Magazine CSP - INFOGRAPHIC POSTER and REVISION SHEET - AQA Media StudiesQuick View
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Tatler Magazine CSP - INFOGRAPHIC POSTER and REVISION SHEET - AQA Media Studies

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This infographic is designed to cover the main areas of Media Language and Representation for the Tatler magazine CSP for the AQA GCSE Media Studies. It is designed to provide a visually engaging revision tool of many of the key areas of the curriculum, but it is not comprehensive. It includes an A3 full-colour poster as well as a print-ready version to be printed as a personal revision sheet. The infographic covers the following areas of the curriculum: Contexts Todorov’s Narrative Theory Propp’s characters Media Language and Representation Anlaysis Look out for future bundles of my infographics!
AQA Media Studies GCSE Revision Booklet (9-1)Quick View
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AQA Media Studies GCSE Revision Booklet (9-1)

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32 page revision guide containing: Breakdowns of how to answer definition, explanation, analysis, historical context and to what extent questions. Model answers Knowledge Organisers for the following CSPs: Galaxy, NHS Represent Give Blood, Tatler Magazine, Dr. Strange and I,Daniel Blake, One Direction - History and Arctic Monkeys. Example exam questions Exam questions broken down into smaller bitesized building questions. Writing Mat to aid lower ability learners: sentence stems, key terminology, model answers.
Media Studies - Easter Quiz!Quick View
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Media Studies - Easter Quiz!

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This Easter quiz is professionally designed for Media Studies teachers. It is suitable for students at KS4 (based around GCSE terminology) and KS5. Easy differentiation can be achieved by changing team sizes. It features 30 questions divided into five rounds. Half of the questions are subject specific, the other half refer to Easter trivia and Easter related general-knowledge. All slides are fully animated to be engaging and fun: some of the questions are even asked by adorable animated rabbits! The download includes the answer sheet and constitutes a zero-prep lesson; ideal for end of term classes and unwinding at the end of term! We are aiming to produce the finest Easter quizzes available on TES: if you like this product and feel that it deserves one, leave a positive review and email us (godwin86@gmail.com) and we will email you a FREE RESOURCE*! * [Any one of our ‘Philosophy Boxes’ programs, which you can view here: https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?q=godwin86 PHILOSOPHY BOXES&pricing=paid&sortBy=lowestPrice] just email us the one you want and your TES username so that we can read your review :) ]
Media Studies Introduction to AudiencesQuick View
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Media Studies Introduction to Audiences

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An overview of what a media audience is and how they are categorised by media organisations. Key terms, fragmented audience and impact of new technology on audiences. Taken from www.alevelmedia.co.uk
Media studies wall displays/ learning matsQuick View
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Media studies wall displays/ learning mats

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These excellent resources work perfectly in any media studies classroom! I have used these posters as wall displays, learning mats and hand outs when students are completing classwork/ coursework. My current head teacher commented on these resources stating they were “the best resources” he has seen in the classroom. My students find them incredibly helpful during lessons especially during assessment/ coursework and revision work. **The documents include: ** An introduction to Audience (Mass, Niche, Primary + Secondary target audience, demographic and psychometrics). A guide to audience theories (VALS and Young and Rubicam). Audience theories (Audience positioning, Stuart Halls Encoding and Decoding theory). A guide to Uses and Gratification Theory A guide to Representation A guide to Todorov’s Narrative Theory (Including clear example, Monsters Inc) A guide to Propp’s Character Theory Magazine Terminology I remember being taught media studies at GCSE and A Level and wished I had resources like this to support me when completing assessment work. I hope your students enjoy them to. Leave a review and any suggestions for new learning mats and I’ll continue to plan and develop these resources.
Cinematography and Editing Techniques - Media StudiesQuick View
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Cinematography and Editing Techniques - Media Studies

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Suitable for use as a lesson, handouts and support for practical work. Details camera angles, movement, shot types and editing techniques. Includes examples for each. Practical task involves students making their own Camerawork presentation with their own examples and explanations.
Media Studies Introduction to NarrativeQuick View
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Media Studies Introduction to Narrative

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A useful guide about narrative theory, covering all the key players including Todorov, Field, Barthes and Levi-Strauss. Links to film clips, consolidatory notes about each theory. Please visit alevelmedia.co.uk for more links and resources. Narrative and Media Studies
A Level Media Studies DictionaryQuick View
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A Level Media Studies Dictionary

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This resource is designed to aid pupils to understand and learn the key media vocabulary for the written exam. It is geared towards the OCR Media Studies course and includes key concepts surrounding print production, tv drama and the music and film industries.
Media Studies - Film Language worksheetQuick View
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Media Studies - Film Language worksheet

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For A-level Media starters and GCSE Film Studies. A worksheet that encourages students to identify the four key elements (camera, editing, sound and mise-en-scene) and how it creates meaning for the audiences.