Life After Man
Date of Award
Master of Communications
Faculty of Communications and Creative Industries
This thesis comprises two parts: a creative component consisting of a first-draft script for a feature film, -followed by an exegesis. The intention with the creative component was to work within parameters that would hopefully be appealing to the local film-making industry. Thus, the script is for a low-budget feature that is set in Perth and makes use of a character-driven narrative, The exegesis comprises a theoretical analysis of the 'Life After Man' screenplay, placing it within the context of an examination of multiple protagonist film structure, with particular reference to the development of character.
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Williams, K. L. (2003). Life After Man. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/1658
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