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  • Witkowska, Natalia (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    In this work, I will introduce Davies’ work and position within British and European context. Analyse his films in regards to his cinematic reconstruction of memories. Look at his utilisation of music in order to evoke ...
  • McDonnell, Sinead (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    After the quite recent releases of The Hobbit films, much attention has been brought back to The Lord of the Rings series- reigniting many fans love of the franchise and introducing many more new ones. In this dissertation ...
  • Oliver, Isabel (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    This dissertation focuses on the work of Noah Baumbach over the last 20 years, concentrating on his use of aesthetic and sociological techniques. In order to fully appreciate his work, it is necessary to look back at ...
  • O'Murchu, Kevin (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    This dissertation will cover John Huston’s early work as a writer and his life before becoming a filmmaker. It will also cover Humphrey Bogart’s early stage career and his move into Hollywood cinema and his evolution ...
  • Durack, Sean (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    Filmmaker Ron Mann’s recent documentary Altman (2014), features interviews with various notable filmmakers and actors who worked with Robert Altman over the years. Mann said that people who come to see his documentary “just ...
  • Hickey, Sean (Dublin Business School, 2015)
    The onset of the new Justice League films, beginning with Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016 gives me great pause due to my opinions of their director, Zack Snyder. He is a director that certainly seems to inspire ...
  • Chisholm, Kristian (Dublin Business School, 2015)
    The idea for this thesis came about due to my interest in video games and how they have progressed in today’s culture. I have always enjoyed playing video games from an early age. I began playing video games in the 1990’s, ...
  • Breen, Aisling (Dublin Business School, 2015)
    Pixar made history when they made their first princess, first period feature and first fairy tale all in one film. Brave is that coming of age film that I will be looking at. I shall have an in-depth look at how animation ...
  • Alsayegh, Eelaf (Dublin Business School, 2015)
    Over the last few years, Arab cinemas have been seen as means of safeguarding Arab culture, religion and public norms. As argued out by Mansour and Anna (2012), films depend on precise cultural, political and social contexts ...
  • Madden, Thomas (The Liffey Press, 2015)
    The Making of an Artist is a fascinating portrayal of the formative years of Micheál MacLiammóir, actor, playwright, artist, linguist, raconteur and co-founder of the Gate Theatre. Born in Cockney London and christened ...
  • Pietersz, Indah (Dublin Business School, 2015)
    Whether it’s on the television, in the newspapers, magazines, or on the Internet: violence is everywhere. Its current presence seems imminent every time ISIS releases another execution video on YouTube or when CNN reports ...
  • Crinion, Jake (Dublin Business School, 2015)
    Terry Gilliam’s career started out in animation but he always wanted to make films. He began directing films when he was part of the famous comedy group Monty Python. His first filmmaking experience was when co-directed ...
  • Carswell, Lorna (Dublin Business School, 2014)
    “The feminists hate me, don’t they? And I don’t blame them. For I hate feminism. It is poison”. Margaret Thatcher. This thesis will discuss how the neoliberal discourse and policies of the first and only British female ...
  • Nicholl-Stimpson, Julie (Dublin Business School, 2014)
    The aim of this thesis is to explore the representation of marital violence and domestic abuse in the English Victorian novel and the role that writers of fiction played in the transformation of attitudes and the law. Using ...
  • Kelly, Adrian (Dublin Business School, 2014)
    Fantasy literature has a long and storied history, but since the publication of works like J.R.R. Tolkien‟s The Lord of the Rings (1954) the genre has enjoyed a steady growth in the last sixty years, and has spawned both ...
  • Ntuli, Caoimhe (Dublin Business School, 2014)
    This Final Year Project carried out a comparison of the photography of post war Germany by Margaret Bourke-White and Tony Vaccaro. This was done in an attempt to assess the differences in approaches to the subject of ...
  • Leopardi, Elisabetta (Dublin Business School, 2014)
    This thesis examines the role of the five senses in James Joyce‘s Ulysses, focusing particularly on the contrast between Leopold Bloom and the Dubliners. While the Dubliners misuse their senses and indulge too much in the ...
  • Green, Laura (Dublin Business School, 2014)
    As a female playwright on the British stage at the peak of second wave feminism, Caryl Churchill presents many of the core issues and ideals at the centre of the movement. This thesis explores the ways in which the development ...
  • O'Shea, Roisin (Dublin Business School, 2014)
    In this dissertation, I will not attempt to put Film Noir into a genre, but discuss it as a pivotal movement in cinema’s history. I will incorporate a number of arguments in an effort to define and understand the film ...
  • Branigan, Niamh (Dublin Business School, 2014)
    I chose to write my thesis on musical films because I think they were a very important stepping stone in the visual medium of film. The genre of musical films set the standard for motion pictures that followed for years ...

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