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http://www.spiletta.com/UTHOF/pharlap.html. DVD COVER (FRONT) . Purpose: To inform the audience of the details about the film, including: Title of the movie so the audience know the title of the movie Rating sign so the audience know the appropriate target age audience.

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dvd cover front

DVD COVER (FRONT)

Purpose: To inform the audience of the details about the film, including:

Title of the movie so the audience know the title of the movie

Rating sign so the audience know the appropriate target age audience.

The 2 Disc Collector’s edition at the top displaying that this particular DVD is a special edition and may contain an extra DVD.

dvd cover back
DVD Cover (Back)

The back of the DVD cover will contain further details of the movie such as:

  • Producer and director’s name on the bottom of the DVD.
  • Release Date of the film.
  • Blurb of the movie, this will also name some of the other main
  • Characters in the film.
  • Pictures or screen shots of the movie to provide the audience of the imagery and setting of the film.
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DVD Cover (Back)
  • The time length of the movie.
  • Special Features so the audience can see what special features are on the DVD, especially because this copy is a collector’s edition.
  • The composer would like the audience to know what makes the DVD.
  • A special edition in comparison to the regular edition of this DVD.
good protagonist vs evil antagonist
Good(Protagonist) Vs. Evil (Antagonist)
  • An Antagonist is commonly the opposing character of the protagonist. Villains often portray this character.
  • A Protagonist is usually the main or leading character in any literary work. Heroes frequently portray this character.
character descriptions
Character Descriptions

Write a paragraph on each of characters.

Example:

Tommy Woodcock is the protagonist and one of the main characters of the film who builds and supports Phar Lap. His character is caring and compassionate towards Phar Lap (Bobby), making sure that Phar Lap is well treated. Phar Lap and Tommy woodcock are inseparable. Harry Telford is obligated to give Tommy his job back because Phar Lap will not comply with anyone else but Tommy Woodcock.

  • Phar Lap
  • Tommy Woodcock
  • Harry Telford
  • David Davis
  • Jim Pike
  • Bea Davis
  • Vi Telford
compare and contrast 2 characters from the film phar lap
Compare and Contrast 2 Characters from the film ‘Phar Lap’

1. What is the difference between these characters?

2. Is the way they dress different?

3. Are their point of views or

Intensions different?

4. Does one person have more or less money than the other?

(Answer in 1-2 Paragraphs)

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Character Mind Map

Allies

Enemies

V.R.C

Tommy Woodcock

HERO (Phar Lap)

Helpers

Mentor

Martin ‘Cashy’

Henry Telford

film posters
Film Posters
  • Film posters can be found inside cinemas, streets and in shops.
  • Their purpose is to advertise, inform and entertain the general public about the film by providing details such as:
  • Title of the movie.
  • Release Date.
  • The names of the main actors, directors and producers.
  • An image of the main actors.
  • Tagline.
film review
Film Review
  • Title that catches the reader’s interest and states the title of the movie.
  • Picture of the ‘Stars’ and main characters of the film.
  • Details of the film. (Rating, Genre of film, Director, producer and writer)
  • The tone of opening Paragraph(s) start differently depending of opinion of the composer or the film review.
  • Positive reviews: usually start with a brief analysis the WEAKER points and then develop the STRENGTHS of the film.
  • Negative reviews tend to acknowledge the few STRONG points first and then go into depth on the FAILINGS of the film
newspaper article
Newspaper Article
  • Headline– usually only four or five words. It tries to attract the interest of the reader by telling them what the story is about, in a short and interesting way.
  • Quotes- Newspaper articles will sometimes include what a person (like an eye-witness or an expert) has said. These will be in speech marks.
  • Photograph and caption – sometimes articles have a photograph, and a sentence explaining the photograph.
definition of a pun

Definition of a pun

A pun is the humorous use of a word or phrase so as to emphasize or suggest its different meanings or applications, or the use of words that are alike or nearly alike in sound but different in meaning; a play on words.

definition of the word matter in relation to the

Definition of the word ‘Matter’ in relation to the

a. Something that occupies space and can be perceived by one or more senses; a physical body, a physical substance, or the universe as a whole

b. Physics Something that has mass and exists as a solid, liquid, gas, or plasma.

To be of importance: "Love is most nearly itself/When here and now cease to matter" (T.S. Eliot).

some definitions of the word rave
Some definitions of the word ‘Rave’
  • 1. To speak wildly, irrationally, or incoherently.
  • 2. To roar; rage: The storm raved along the coast.
  • 3. To speak or write with wild enthusiasm: Critics raved about the new play.
  • 4. To attend a rave.