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  • What are the main issues/ values associated with the characters? Directors/ writers? Authenticity
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    • 1. Media and Collective Identity: Representation of ethnicity… post 9/11 representations of Islam..
    • 2. Starter
      • Post911 Blues - RizMC (male lead in Britz)
        • http://www.myspace.com/rizmc
    • 3. Lesson focus
      • Some language to discuss representation of nations, regions and ethnic / social / collective groups of people British cinema
      • How does contemporary representation compare to previous time periods - in particular
        • Is there a change in post-911 representations?
    • 4. Bhaji on the Beach 1993
      • Character:
      • Gender:
      • Generation:
      • Ethnicity:
      • Values/ Cultural identification:
      • Role in narrative (sympathetic or not?)
      • Effect on people?
    • 5. East is East 1999
      • Character:
      • Generation:
      • Ethnicity:
      • Values/ Cultural identification:
      • Role in narrative (sympathetic or not?)
      • Effect on people?
    • 6. Britz 2007
      • Character:
      • Generation:
      • Gender:
      • Ethnicity:
      • Values/ Cultural identification:
      • Role in narrative (sympathetic or not?)
      • Effect on people?
    • 7. What similarities/ differences?
      • What’s changed?
      • What’s the same?
    • 8. Post 9-11 Representations
      • Continued highlighting of problems between two cultures
      • Continuation of fragmentation of Black British identity into ethnicities, eg African, (South) Asian – but especially Pakistani and Muslim
      • Return to political themes from 80s/ early 90s (eg racism)
    • 9. Representational Shifts post 9-11 Shift from … To… inter-generational conflict (with ‘foreign’ culture as negative, domestic as positive)…
        • … conflicts within 2 nd generation (both cultures problematic?)
      harmless/victimised minority …
        • … dangerous/threatening minority
      “ integration” and breaking down cultural divides…
        • … increased segregation/ “ghettoisation”
      Authenticity Representation
    • 10. Plenary
      • "Emergences and Emergencies: New South Asian Film-Making from Britain"
        • http://www.asiapacificforum.org/downloads/audio/APF20070417_157_ReelDesisB.mp3