Teaching with Film 2

 


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Volume two (2016)
150 new scenes
from another 87 movies with over 450 follow-up tasks together with vocabulary, listening and pre-activity tasks.








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(Listening tasks from book)

Online clips
The 87 films

Sample film: Joy

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You’re an English teacher wanting to use film scenes in your lessons but don’t have the time to find them? Then Teaching with Film 2 is for you! 150 scenes ready-to-use in the English-language classroom. Film inspires. Film breaks down barriers. Film empowers. For learners of English the cinema offers the best alternative to spending time in an English-speaking country. And film motivates! Add something extra to your lessons. Add something visual. Add a bit of magic. Just add film! Teaching with Film 2


Each scene can be used to:
• lead into and introduce topics
• illustrate/model situations, skills, problems
• improve vocabulary and listening
• set up follow-up tasks.


Each scene includes:
• a text putting the scene into context
• DVD timings
• a list of themes
• useful vocabulary
• a pre-activity and gist listening task
• speaking, writing, reading tasks.


Teaching with Film 2 and its predecessor Teaching with Film (175 scenes) provide an invaluable window into the culture of the English-speaking world as seen through one of the most powerful and popular media: the movies.



Teaching with Film 2
A resource book for
teachers of English
as a foreign language


276 pages / Trade paperback
155 x 230 mm

978-3-9503424-1-3 / € 24.90
(CHF 35.50/GBP 22.00/USD 35.00)

Martin Bradley
stone river books, 2016





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The listening tasks below can be used in conjunction with
Teaching with Film 2 where you will find for each scene vocabulary and follow-up tasks.


Listening task 1
Argo


Listening task 2

Boyhood


Listening task 3

Grand Budapest Hotel 1


Listening task 4

Grand Budapest Hotel 2


Listening task 5

The Imitation Game


Listening task 6

The Kids Are All Right


Listening task 7

Lemony Snicket 1


Listening task 8

Lemony Snicket 2


Listening task 9

Life of Pi 1


Listening task 10

Life of Pi 2


Listening task 11

Precious


Listening task 12

Whiplash


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Argo
(USA, 2012)

   




Iran
Historic events

Scene 1



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Argo
Listening Task



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Argo
Key



Boyhood
(USA, 2014)

   




How was your week?
Weekly events

Scene 3



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Boyhood
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Boyhood
Key



Grand Budapest Hotel 1
(UK/Germany/USA, 2014)

   





Fate intervenes
A story

Scene 1



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Grand Budapest Hotel 1
Listening Task



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Grand Budapest Hotel 2
Key



Grand Budapest Hotel 2
(UK/Germany/USA, 2014)

 




The new junior lobby boy
A job interview 1

Scene 2



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Grand Budapest Hotel 2
Listening Task



The Imitation Game
(UK/USA, 2014)

   




Problems
A job interview 2

Scene 1



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The Imitation Game
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The Imitation Game
Key



The Kids Are All Right
(USA, 2010)

   




This is your donor
A new father

Scene 1



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The Kids Are All Right
Listening Task



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The Kids Are All Right
Key



Lemony Snicket 1
(USA/Germany, 2004)

   




The Baudelaire children
A new beginning

Scene 1



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Lemony Snicket 1
Listening Task



Lemony Snicket 2
(USA/Germany, 2004)

   




Aunt Josephine
A new fear

Scene 4



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Lemony Snicket 2
Key



Life of Pi 1
(USA/Taiwan, 2012)

   




Pondicherry
An old life

Scene 1



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Life of Pi 1
Listening Task



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Life of Pi 1
Key


Life of Pi 2
(USA/Taiwan, 2012)

   




Shipwrecked
A new life

Scene 4



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Life of Pi 2
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Life of Pi 2
Key



Precious
(USA, 2008)

   




Everybody's good at something
Many stories

Scene 1



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Precious
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Precious
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Whiplash
(USA, 2014)

   




The date
Two stories

Scene 1






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Whiplash
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Whiplash
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Online clips

 


The scenes below can be found in
Teaching with Film 2 where for each scene you will find vocabulary, gist and follow-up tasks.

They can be accessed online via the website Movieclips (now integrated into YouTube) which offers an extensive selection of licensed, high quality film clips and is backed by six major Hollywood studios (not Disney).

NB: The online clips are shorter than the clips used in the books.




 Clip 01  Boyhood



 Clip 02 
Catch Me If You Can



 Clip 03 
The Heartbreak Kid



 Clips 04-05  Joy



 Clip 06  The Kite Runner



 Clips 07-08  Lemony Snicket



 Clips 09-10  School of Rock



 Clip 11  Stand by Me



 Clip 12  Suffragette



 Clip 13  The Theory of Everything




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Boyhood
(USA, 2014)

Directed by
Richard Linklater

Screenplay by
Richard Linklater

Starring

Ethan Hawke, Patricia Arquette





The Film
Richard Linklater's unique experiment in filmmaking. Over a period of 12 years the same cast charted Mason Evan's life from the age of 6 to 18.

Best Actress Oscar for Patricia Arquette as Mason's mother.

Five Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Director (Richard Linklater), Best Supporting Actor (Ethan Hawke), Best Original Screenplay (Richard Linklater) and Best Film Editing.




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The Scene
Mason and Samantha's parents are separated. Today is their weekly outing with their father (Hawke).


See
Scene 3 in book.









 Clip
01 

How was your week?
(Shorter version)


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Catch Me If You Can
(USA/Canada, 2002)

Directed by
Steven Spielberg

Screenplay by
Jeff Nathanson

Based on the book by
Frank W. Abagnale

Starring
Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks





The Film
Steven Spielberg's film of the story of Frank Abagnale Jr., who became one of the biggest fraudsters in US history.

Two Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actor (Christopher Walken) and Best Original Score.







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The Scene
Starting a new school after his father's fall from grace, Frank (DiCaprio) discovers a way of asserting himself in the world. Pretend to be someone else.


See
Scene 1 in book.








 Clip
02 


The substitute teacher
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The Heartbreak Kid

(USA, 2007)

Directed by
Peter & Bobby Farrelly

Screenplay by
Scot Armstrong, Leslie Dixon,
Kevin Barnett, Peter & Bobby Farrelly

Based on the screenplay by
Neil Simon

Starring
Ben Stiller, Malin Akerman





The Film
Based loosely on a Neil Simon screenplay.

No Oscar nominations.












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The Scene
Life's looking up! After a whirlwind romance and a shotgun wedding, Eddie (Stiller) and Lila (Akerman) set off on their Mexican honeymoon. Maybe they should have taken things a bit slower.


See
Scene 1 in book.






 Clip
03 

Opposites attract?
(Shorter version)


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Joy
(USA, 2015)

Directed by
David O. Russell

Screenplay by
David O. Russell

Based on the story by
Annie Mumolo & David O. Russell

Starring
Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper





The Film
The story of Joy Mangano, who despite a seriously dysfunctional family and faced with a blanket male-oriented corporate culture found success with her self-wringing mop.

Oscar nomination for Best Actress (Jennifer Lawrence).







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The Scenes
The shops refuse to sell Joy's (Lawrence) innovative new mop. So the businesses won't stock Joy's mop inside their shops. What about selling it in the car parks outside their shops?


See
Scenes 2 and 4 in book.








 Clip
04 

Scene 2

The mop of the future
(Shorter version)


 Clip
05 

Scene 4

This is me
(Shorter version)


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The Kite Runner
(USA/China, 2007)

Directed by
Marc Forster

Screenplay by
David Benioff

Based on the novel by
Khaled Hosseini

Starring
Zekeria Ebrahimi,
Ahmad Khan Mahmoodzada





The Film
Based on Khaled Hosseini's novel, who draws on his own experiences growing up in Kabul before his immigration to the USA. Amir's life in Afghanistan will be ended with the 1979 Soviet invasion, but his childhood ended with an event that had occurred years earlier.

Oscar nomination for Best Original Score.







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The Scene
Afghanistan, before the 1979 Soviet invasion. Amir (Ebrahimi) and Hassan (Mahmoodzada) take part in the annual kite-fighting competition which takes place in the capital, Kabul. Amir flies the kite. Hassan's job: the kite runner.


See
Scene 1 in book.






 Clip
06 

Cutting kites
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Lemony Snicket's
A Series of Unfortunate Events

(USA/Germany, 2004)

Directed by
Brad Silberling

Screenplay by
Robert Gordon

Based on the novels
The Bad Beginning, The Reptile Room and The Wide Window by
Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler)

Starring
Meryl Streep,
Liam Aiken, Emily Browning





The Film
Three orphans not only have to deal with the death of their parents but also with the assortment of eccentric and criminal guardians who the courts assign to look after them.

Oscar for Best Makeup.

Three Oscar nominations for Best Original Score, Best Costume Design and Best Production Design.








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The Scenes
The Baudelaire children's lives are about to take a new direction.


See
Scenes 1 and 4 in book.








 Clip
07 

Scene 1

The Baudelaire children
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 Clip
08 

Scene 4

Aunt Josephine
(Shorter version)


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School of Rock
(USA/Germany, 2003)

Directed by
Richard Linklater

Screenplay by
Mike White

Starring
Jack Black





The Film
Struggling rock musician Dewey Finn finds that enthusiasm in the classroom can get you a long way.








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The Scenes
Short of money Dewey Finn (Black) pretends to be his roommate and accepts a job as a supply teacher. The only drawback: the class want to learn something.


See
Scenes 1 and 2 in book.







 Clip
09 

Scene 1

Just give up!

 Clip
10 

Scene 2

Sticking it to the man!
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Stand by Me
(USA, 1985)

Directed by
Rob Reiner

Screenplay by
Raynold Gideon, Bruce A. Evans

Based on the short story
The Corpse by Stephen King

Starring

Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix,
Corey Feldman, Jerry O'Connell





The Film
Based on a Stephen King short story.














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The Scene
The USA in the 1950s. Four boys on the brink of their teenage years set out to find a corpse in the woods.


See
Scene 1 in book.








 Clip
11 

The bridge
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Suffragette
(UK, 2015)

Directed by
Sarah Gavron

Screenplay by
Abi Morgan

Starring
Carey Mulligan, Meryl Streep





The Film
How the Suffragettes changed the political landscape in pre-WWI Britain.









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The Scene
London, leading up to the outbreak of WWI. Due to her political campaign fighting for women's rights, the leader of the Suffragettes, Emmeline Pankhurst (Streep), has been forced to go into hiding. To avoid arrest, she can only hold speeches at secret locations.


See
Scene 2 in book.





 Clip
12 

Lawbreakers and lawmakers
(Part one)



Lawbreakers and lawmakers
(Part two)

(Shorter version)


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The Theory of Everything

(UK/USA, 2014)

Directed by
James Marsh

Screenplay by
Anthony McCarten

Based on the book
Travelling to infinity: My life with Stephen by
Jane Hawking

Starring

Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones





The Film
Anthony McCarten's biopic of the physicist, cosmologist and writer Stephen Hawking (1942-2018). Based on the book by his former wife Jane.

Best Actor Oscar for Eddie Redmayne's depiction of Hawking.

Four Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Actress (Felicity Jones), Best Adapted Screenplay (Anthony McCarten) and Best Original Score.




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The Scene
Cambridge University, 1963. Stephen Hawking (Redmayne) will one day develop his groundbreaking theory on black holes. But he's not quite there yet.


See
Scene 2 in book.








 Clip
13 

Turning back time
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The 87 films

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Alive
(USA/Canada, 1993)
Written by John Patrick Shanley based on the book by Piers Paul Read. Directed by Frank Marshall.

Angela's Ashes
(USA/Ireland, 1999)
Written by Laura Jones & Alan Parker based on the book by Frank McCourt. Directed by Alan Parker.

Argo
(USA, 2012)
Written by Chris Terrio based on the book The Master of Disguise by Antonio J. Mendez and the Wired article The Great Escape by Joshua Bearman. Directed by Ben Affleck.

Awakenings
(USA, 1990)
Written by Steven Zaillian based on the book by Oliver Sacks M.D. Directed by Penny Marshall.

A Beautiful Mind
(USA, 2001)
Written by Akiva Goldsman based on the book by Sylvia Nasar. Directed by Ron Howard.

Before Midnight
(USA, 2013)
Written by Richard Linklater & Julie Delpy & Ethan Hawke. Directed by Richard Linklater.

Begin Again
(USA, 2014)
Written and Directed by John Carney.

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
(UK/USA/United Arab Emirates, 2011)
Written by Ol Parker based on the novel These Foolish Things by Deborah Moggach. Directed by John Madden.

Birdman
(USA, 2014)
Written by Alejandro G. Innáritu & Nicolás Giacobone & Alexander Dinelaris, Jr. & Armando Bo. Directed by Alejandro G. Innáritu.

Boyhood
(USA, 2014)
Written and Directed by Richard Linklater.

Bridge of Spies
(USA, 2015)
Written by Matt Charmann & Ethan Coen & Joel Coen. Directed by Steven Spielberg.

Brooklyn
(UK/Canada/Ireland, 2015)
Written by Nick Hornby based on the novel by Colm Toibin. Directed by John Crowley.

Catch Me If You Can
(USA/Canada, 2002)
Written by Jeff Nathanson based on the book by Frank W. Abagnale. Directed by Steven Spielberg.

A Civil Action
(USA, 1998)
Written by Steven Zaillian based on the book by Jonathan Harr. Directed by Steven Zaillian.

Crocodile Dundee
(Australia, 1986)
Written by Paul Hogan & Ken Shadie & John Cornell. Directed by Peter Faimain.

Dan in Real Life
(USA, 2008)
Written by Pierce Gardner & Peter Hedges. Directed by Peter Hedges.

The Danish Girl
(UK/USA/Belgium/Denmark/Germany, 2015)
Written by Lucinda Coxon based on the book by David Ebershoff. Directed by Tom Hooper.

Death at a Funeral
(USA/UK/Germany/Netherlands, 2007)
Written by Dean Craig. Directed by Frank Oz.

An Education
(UK, 2009)
Written by Nick Hornby based on the book by Lynn Barber. Directed by Lone Scherfig.

Edward Scissorhands
(USA, 1990)
Written by Caroline Thompson & Tim Burton. Directed by Tim Burton.

Enduring Love
(UK, 2004)
Written by Joe Penhall based on the novel by Ian McEwan. Directed by Roger Michell.

Ferris Bueller's Day Off
(USA, 1986)
Written and directed by John Hughes.

Flight
(USA, 2012)
Written by John Gatins. Directed by Robert Zemeckis.

Fly Away Home
(USA, 1996)
Written by Robert Rodat & Vince McKewin based on the book by Bill Lishman. Directed by Carroll Ballard.

Freedom Writers
(USA, 2006)
Written by Richard Lagravenese based on the book The Freedom Writers Dairy by the Freedom Writers & Erin Gruwell. Directed by Richard Lagravenese.

The Grand Budapest Hotel
(UK/Germany/USA, 2014)
Written by Wes Anderson based on the story by Wes Anderson & Hugo Guinness. Directed by Wes Anderson.

Gravity
(USA/UK, 2013)
Written by Alfonso Cuarón & Jonas Cuarón. Directed by Alfonso Cuarón.

The Heartbreak Kid
(USA, 2007)
Written by Scot Armstrong & Leslie Dixon & Kevin Barnett & Peter & Bobby Farrelly based on the screenplay by Neil Simon. Directed by Peter & Bobby Farrelly.

The Help
(USA/India/United Arab Emirates, 2011)
Written by Tate Taylor based on the novel by Kathryn Stockett. Directed by Tate Taylor.

The Hobbit:
An Unexpected Journey
(USA/New Zealand, 2012)
Written by Fran Walsh & Philippa Boyens & Peter Jackson & Guillermo Del Toro based on the novel by J.R.R. Tolkien. Directed by Peter Jackson.

Home Alone
(USA, 1990)
Written by John Hughes. Directed by Chris Columbus.

The Hundred-Foot Journey
(India/United Arab Emirates/USA, 2014)
Written by Steven Knight based on the novel by Richard C. Morais. Directed by Lasse Hallström.

I Am Sam
(USA, 2001)
Written by Kristine Johnson & Jessie Nelson. Directed by Jessie Nelson.

The Imitation Game
(UK/USA, 2014)
Written by Graham Moore based on the book Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges. Directed by Morten Tyldum.

In Bruges
(UK/USA, 2008)
Written and directed by Martin McDonagh.

The Intern
(USA, 2015)
Written and Directed by Nancy Meyers.

The Interpreter
(USA/UK, 2005)
Written by Charles Randolph & Scott Frank & Steven Zaillian based on the story by Martin Stellman & Brian Ward. Directed by Sydney Pollack.

Into the Wild
(USA, 2009)
Written by Sean Penn based on the book by Jon Krakauer. Directed by Sean Penn.

Invictus
(USA, 2009)
Written by Anthony Peckham based on the book Playing the Enemy by John Carlin. Directed by Clint Eastwood.

The Iron Lady
(UK/France, 2011)
Written by Abi Morgan. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd.

Joy
(USA, 2015)
Written by David O. Russell based on the story by Annie Mumolo & David O. Russell. Directed by David O. Russell.

The Kids Are All Right
(USA, 2010)
Written by Lisa Cholodenko & Stuart Blumberg. Directed by Lisa Cholodenko.

The King's Speech
(UK/USA/Australia, 2010)
Written by David Seidler. Directed by Tom Hooper.

The Kite Runner
(USA/China, 2007)
Written by David Benioff based on the novel by Khaled Hosseini. Directed by Marc Forster.

Lemony Snicket's
A Series of Unfortunate Events
(USA/Germany, 2004)
Written by Robert Gordon based on the novels The Bad Beginning, The Reptile Room and The Wide Window by Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler). Directed by Brad Silberling.

Life of Pi
(USA/Taiwan, 2012)
Written by David Magee based on the novel by Yann Martel. Directed by Ang Lee.

Long Walk Home
(Australia, 2002)
Written by Christine Olsen based on the book Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence by Doris Pilkington Garimara. Directed by Phillip Noyce.

Long Walk to Freedom
(UK/South Africa, 2013)
Written by William Nicholson based on the book by Nelson Mandela. Directed by Justin Chadwick.

The Lord of the Rings:
The Fellowship of the Ring
(USA/New Zealand, 2001)
Written by Fran Walsh & Philippa Boyens & Peter Jackson based on the novel by J.R.R. Tolkien. Directed by Peter Jackson.

The Martian
(USA, 2015)
Written by Drew Goddard based on the novel by Andy Weir. Directed by Ridley Scott.

Midnight in Paris
(Spain/USA/France, 2011)
Written and directed by Woody Allen.

Miss Potter
(UK/USA/Isle of Man, 2006)
Written by Richard Maltby, Jr. Directed by Chris Noonan.

Mr. Holmes
(UK/USA, 2015)
Written by Jeffrey Hatcher based on the novel A Slight Trick of the Mind by Mitch Cullin. Directed by Bill Condon.

Mr. Turner
(UK/France/Germany, 2014)
Written and Directed by Mike Leigh.

Muriel's Wedding
(Australia/France, 1994)
Written and Directed by P.J. Hogan.

My Big Fat Greek Wedding
(USA/Canada, 2002)
Written by Nia Vardalos. Directed by Joel Zwick.

My Week with Marilyn
(UK/USA, 2011)
Written by Adrian Hodges. Directed by Simon Curtis.

No Country for Old Men
(USA, 2007)
Written by Joel & Ethan Coen based on the novel by Cormac McCarthy. Directed by Joel & Ethan Coen.

Nowhere Boy
(UK/Canada, 2009)
Written by Matt Greenhalgh. Directed by Sam Taylor-Wood.

Once
(Ireland, 2006)
Written and Directed by John Carney.

The Piano
(New Zealand/Australia/France, 1993)
Written and directed by Jane Campion.

Precious
(USA, 2008)
Written by Geoffrey Fletcher based on the novel Push by Sapphire. Directed by Lee Daniels.

Pretty Woman
(USA, 1990)
Written by J.F. Lawton. Directed by Garry Marshall.

Rainman
(USA, 1988)
Written by Ronald Bass & Barry Morrow. Directed by Barry Levinson.

The Revenant
(USA/Hong Kong/Taiwan/China, 2015)
Written by Mark L. Smith & Alejandro G. Innáritu based on the novel by Michael Punke. Directed by Alejandro G. Innáritu.

Romeo + Juliet
(USA, 1996)
Written by Craig Pearce & Baz Luhrmann based on the play by William Shakespeare. Directed by Baz Luhrmann.

Rush
(Germany/UK/USA, 2013)
Written by Peter Morgan. Directed by Ron Howard.

School of Rock
(USA/Germany, 2003)
Written by Mike White. Directed by Richard Linklater.

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
(USA, 2013)
Written by Steven Conrad based on the short story by James Thurber. Directed by Ben Stiller.

Shakespeare in Love
(USA, 1998)
Written by Marc Norman & Tom Stoppard. Directed by John Madden.

The Shipping News
(USA, 2001)
Written by Robert Nelson Jacobs based on the novel by E. Annie Proulx. Directed by Lasse Hallström.

Silver Linings Playbook
(USA, 2012)
Written by David O. Russell based on the novel by Matthew Quick. Directed by David O. Russell.

Skin
(UK/South Africa, 2008)
Written by Helen Crawley & Jessie Keyt & Helena Kriel. Directed by Anthony Fabian.

Skyfall
(UK/USA, 2012)
Written by Neal Purvis & Robert Wade & John Logan. Directed by Sam Mendes.

Slumdog Millionaire
(UK/USA, 2008)
Written by Simon Beaufoy based on the novel Q&A by Vikas Swarup. Directed by Danny Boyle & Loveleen Tandan.

Spider-Man 2
(USA, 2004)
Written by Alfred Gough & Miles Millar & Michael Chabon & Alvin Sargent. Directed by Sam Raimi.

Stand by Me
(USA, 1985)
Written by Raynold Gideon & Bruce A. Evans based on the short story The Corpse by Stephen King. Directed by Rob Reiner.

Still Alice
(USA/France, 2014)
Written by Richard Glatzer & Wash Westmoreland based on the novel by Lisa Genova. Directed by Richard Glatzer & Wash Westmoreland.

Suffragette
(UK, 2015)
Written by Abi Morgan. Directed by Sarah Gavron.

Ten Things I Hate About You
(USA, 1999)
Written by Karen McCullah Lutz & Kirsten Smith based on the play The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. Directed by Gil Junger.

The Theory of Everything
(UK/USA, 2014)
Written by Anthony McCarten based on the book Travelling to infinity: My life with Stephen by Jane Hawking. Directed by James Marsh.

Tracks
(Australia/UK, 2014)
Written by Marion Nelson based on the book by Robyn Davidson. Directed by John Curran.

Whale Rider
(New Zealand/Germany, 2002)
Written by Niki Karo based on the novel The Whale Rider by Witi Ihimaera. Directed by Niki Karo.

When Harry Met Sally
(USA, 1987)
Written by Nora Ephron. Directed by Rob Reiner.

Whiplash
(USA, 2014)
Written and directed by Damien Chazelle.

Woman in Gold
(UK, 2014)
Written by Alexi Kaye Campbell. Directed by Simon Curtis.

Zodiac
(USA, 2007)
Written by James Vanderbilt based on the book by Robert Graysmith. Directed by David Fincher.


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