Teaching with Film 3

 


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Volume three (2020)
130 new scenes
from another 61 movies with over 360 follow-up tasks together with vocabulary, listening and pre-activity tasks.








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(Listening tasks from book)
Online clips
The 61 films
Sample film: Bohemian Rhapsody
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Do you want to create memorable English lessons which engage your students and where they are learning too? By using film scenes we open up a multitude of possibilities from learning vocabulary to triggering creative writing tasks. A lesson with a well-integrated film scene stands out, it sticks in the memory and Teaching with Film 3 shows you how with another 130 scenes from 61 more movies. Use film to inspire, to empower, to motivate, to explore the increasing complexities of life and, use film to learn English as well.

Use the scenes to:
• lead into and introduce topics and ideas
• illustrate/model situations, skills, problems
• improve vocabulary and listening
• set up follow-up tasks to work on the 4 skills
• trigger creative writing tasks.


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


The scenes in
Teaching with Film 3 and its predecessors Teaching with Film (175 scenes) and Teaching with Film 2 (150 scenes) contain a wealth of vocabulary, show native speakers using the language in “real life” and give students 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 3
A resource book for
teachers of English
as a foreign language


276 pages / Trade paperback
155 x 230 mm

978-3-9503424-4-4 / € 25.90
(CHF 36.50/GBP 23.40/USD 36.00)

Martin Bradley
stone river books, 2020





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The listening tasks below can be used in conjunction with
Teaching with Film 3 where you will find for each scene vocabulary and follow-up tasks.


Listening task 1
Blinded by the Light


Listening task 2
Boy


Listening task 3
Donnie Darko


Listening task 4
Frank


Listening task 5
Lady Bird


Listening task 6
La La Land


Listening task 7
Miss Peregrine's Home
for Peculiar Children 1



Listening task 8
Miss Peregrine's Home
for Peculiar Children 2



Listening task 9

Sleepless in Seattle


Listening task 10
Wonder 1


Listening task 11
Wonder 2


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Blinded by the Light
(UK/USA/France, 2019)

   




No one wins. Unless everybody wins
A speech

Scene 1



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Blinded by the Light
Listening Task



Boy
(New Zealand, 2010)

   




Who am I?
A presentation

Scene 1



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Boy
Listening Task


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Boy
Key


Donnie Darko
(USA, 2001)

   





They want to change things
A change

Scene 1



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Donnie Darko
Listening Task

 

Frank
(UK/Ireland, 2014)

 




Welcome to Vetno
An album

Scene 2



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Frank
Listening Task


Lady Bird
(USA, 2017)

   




The rollercoaster
A teenage life
Scene 2



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Lady Bird
Listening Task


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Lady Bird
Key


La La Land
(USA/Hong Kong, 2016)

   




I hate jazz
A disagreement

Scene 4



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La La Land
Listening Task


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La La Land
Key


Miss Peregrine's Home
for Peculiar Children 1
(USA/UK/Belgium/Canada, 2016)

   




That day everything changed
A new life

Scene 1



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Listening Task


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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children 1
Key


Miss Peregrine's Home
for Peculiar Children 2
(USA/UK/Belgium/Canada, 2016)

   




Little Tiger
A bedtime story

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Listening Task


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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children 2
Key


Sleepless in Seattle
(USA, 1993)

   




Families and allergies
A piece of news

Scene 1



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Sleepless in Seattle
Listening Task


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Sleepless in Seattle
Key


Wonder 1
(USA/Hong Kong, 2017)

   




The ordinary child
A new school

Scene 1



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Wonder 1
Listening Task


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Wonder1
Key


Wonder 2
(USA/Hong Kong, 2017)

   




Choose kind
A new teacher

Scene 2



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Wonder 2
Listening Task


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Wonder 2
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Online clips

 
The scenes below can be found in
Teaching with Film 3 where for each scene you will find vocabulary, gist and follow-up tasks.

They can be accessed online via the website Movieclips.com (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 normally shorter than the clips used in the books.




 Clip 01  Finding Forrester



 Clip 02 
First Man



 Clip 03 
Lady Bird



 Clip 04-05 
La La Land



 Clip 06 
Little Women



 Clips 07  North by Northwest



 Clip 08-09  Rocketman



 Clip 10 
Roman J. Israel, Esq.



 Clips 11  Steve Jobs



 Clip 12  The Weather Man



 Clip 13  Wonder



 Clips 14-16  Yesterday



 Clip 17  You've Got Mail




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Finding Forrester
(USA, 2000)

Directed by
Gus van Sant

Written by
Mike Rich

Starring
Sean Connery, Rob Brown



The Film
Sean Connery's penultimate leading role.


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The Scene
Jamal (Brown) likes to read and he likes to write. He doesn't tell his friends this (they wouldn't understand). Above the court where he plays basketball, at a window high up in a neighbouring building someone watches. Whoever it is, no one has ever seen, but whoever it is they have been there for years and there are stories that it's a ghost. Jamal, dared by his friends to break into the flat, is surprised by the tenant and runs away. But he drops something: his rucksack with his writing in.

Jamal has struck up an unlikely relationship with the man in the window. They have little in common except for one thing: a passion for writing. But who is this recluse? Jamal finds out it is William Forrester (Connery), the author of the 1953 novel Avalon Landing, a 20th century classic. He's the writer who wrote one book at the age of 23 and never published anything again. Forrester gives Jamal some advice about writing.


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Scene 2 in book.

 Clip
01 

Writing
(Shorter version)


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First Man
(USA/Japan, 2018)

Directed by
Damien Chazelle

Written by
Josh Singer

Based on the book by
James R. Hansen

Starring
Ryan Gosling


The Film
After Whiplash and La La Land the writer-director Damien Chazelle changed genre.

Oscar for Best Visual Effects.

Three further Oscar nominations.


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The Scene
On the 20th August 1969 Neil Armstrong (Gosling) will become the first person to walk on the Moon. But the journey there (and the risks involved) started years before.


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Scene 1 in book.

 Clip
02 

Pioneers


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Lady Bird
(USA, 2017)

Directed by
Greta Gerwig

Written by
Greta Gerwig

Starring
Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf


The Film
Greta Gerwig's coming-of-age tale.

Five Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Director (Greta Gerwig), Best Actress (Saoirse Ronan), Best Supporting Actress (Laurie Metcalf) and Best Original Screenplay (Greta Gerwig).


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The Scene
Sacramento, California, USA. Christine (Ronan) and her mother (Metcalf) are on a road trip together. Christine goes by the name of Lady Bird. Her mother calls her Christine. John Steinbeck's classic The Grapes of Wrath moves them both to tears but on everything else they disagree.


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Scene 1 in book.

 Clip
03 

The road trip


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La La Land
(USA/Hong Kong, 2016)

Directed by
Damien Chazelle

Written by
Damien Chazelle

Starring
Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling,
J.K. Simmons


 

The Film
Damien Chazzelle's homage to the musical, to Hollywood and to following dreams.

Six Oscars for Damien Chazelle for Best Director, Emma Stone for Best Actress, Justin Hurwitz for Best Original Score, Best Original Song for "City of Stars", Best Cinematography and Best Production Design.

Eight further Oscar nominations including for Best Picture, Best Actor (Ryan Gosling) and Best Original Screenplay (Damien Chazelle).


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The Scene
It's rush hour in Los Angeles. Gridlock. But . . . the sun is shining. And there's music on the radio.


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Scene 1 in book.

 Clip
04 

Rush hour in LA (la land)

The Scene
Sebastian (Gosling) adores jazz and worships the great jazz musicians. One day he plans to have his own jazz club where he will play just what he wants, how he wants and when he wants. In the meantime though, he works nights as a pianist in a club where he has to do exactly what his boss tells him. Sebastian doesn't like what his boss tells him.


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Scene 3 in book.

 Clip
05 

Just play the set list!
(Shorter version)


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Little Women
(USA, 2019)

Directed by
Greta Gerwig

Written by
Greta Gerwig

Based on the novel by
Louisa May Alcott

Starring
Saoirse Ronan, Tracey Letts


The Film
Greta Gerwig's reworking of Louisa May Alcott's novel.

Oscar for Best Costume Design.

Five further Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Actress (Saoirse Ronan), Best Supporting Actress (Florence Pugh), Best Adapted Screenplay (Greta Gerwig) and Best Original Score (Alexandre Desplat).


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The Scene
Jo March (Ronan) has written a novel. And it's to be published.


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Scene 2 in book.

 Clip
06 

Under the umbrella


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North by Northwest
(USA, 1959)

Written by
Ernest Lehman

Directed by
Alfred Hitchcock

Starring
Cary Grant


The Film
Alfred Hitchcock. Cary Grant. Ernest Lehman. The cornfield scene.

Three Oscar nominations including for Best Original Screenplay (Ernest Lehman).


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The Scene
Roger Thornhill (Grant) is the victim of mistaken identity. The normally quiet and unassuming advertising executive has been wrongly accused of killing a diplomat at the United Nations in New York. Pursued by the police, the secret service as well as the organisation responsible for the murder, Thornhill flees the city knowing his only chance of clearing his name is to find the real killers. He takes the overnight train west and on arriving in Chicago gets a tipoff: someone there can help him. A meeting is arranged. At a remote spot.


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Scene 1 in book.

 Clip
07 

A cornfield in Illinois
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Rocketman
(UK/Canada/USA, 2019)

Directed by
Dexter Fletcher

Written by
Lee Hall

Starring
Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell


The Film
The story of how Reggie Dwight from Pinner in Middlesex became Elton John.

Oscar nomination for Best Original Song.


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The Scene
1969. Reginald (Egerton) lives in Pinner with his mum but goes by the name of Elton. He can play the piano, write music and sing. But he can't write lyrics. Bernie Taupin (Bell) lives with his mother too. He's tone deaf, but he can write lyrics. They are brought together by a record company. They should work on some songs with each other and see what happens. Bernie moves in with Reggie and his family. It soon pays off. The start of one of pop music's most successful songwriting teams.


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Scene 2 in book.

 Clip
08 

If I was a sculptor . . .
(Shorter version)

The Scene
A global success follows. At its peak in the 1970s Elton John was responsible for 5% of all record sales worldwide. And behind the scenes? A hollowed out, moneymaking machine kept up and running with life-threatening addictions.


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Scene 3 in book.

 Clip
09 

Rocketman
(Shorter version)


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Roman J. Israel, Esq.
(Canada/United Arab Emirates/USA, 2017)

Directed by
Dan Gilroy

Written by
Dan Gilroy

Starring
Denzel Washington, Carmen Ejogo


The Film
A lawyer with principles, forced out into the world when the law firm where he has worked for 40 years closes, struggles to adjust to a new reality.

Oscar nomination for Best Actor (Denzel Washington).


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The Scene
Roman J. Israel, Esq. (Washington) is an unconventional lawyer (he lives in L.A. but doesn't own a car). He's scruffy, old-fashioned, believes in chivalry (note the Esq.) and is passionate (even after 40 years of law practice) about using the legal system to change society for the better.

But now he has a more pressing problem on his hands: the head of the small law firm where he has worked for decades has died and he finds himself out of a job. Maya (Ejogo) can't give him work, and instead asks him to speak to a group of young social activists. But whilst things have moved on in the last four decades, Roman hasn't.


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Scene 1 in book.

 Clip
10 

Dominant tendencies |
Part one


Dominant tendencies |
Part two


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Steve Jobs
(UK/USA, 2015)

Directed by
Danny Boyle

Written by
Aaron Sorkin

Based on the book by
Walter Isaacson

Starring
Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet,
Michael Stuhlberg


The Film
Fourteen years in the life of Apple's co-founder.

Two Oscar nominations for Best Actor (Michael Fassbender) and Best Actress (Kate Winslet).


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The Scene
1984. Silicon Valley, California. A milestone in the history of computing: the unveiling of Apple's revolutionary Macintosh computer. But not everything is working and the company's visionary boss Steve Jobs (Fassbender) is a perfectionist.


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Scene 1 in book.

 Clip
11 

Fix it!
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The Weather Man
(USA/Germany, 2005)

Directed by
Gore Verbinski

Written by
Steven Conrad

Starring
Nicolas Cage


The Film
The downside of celebrity.


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The Scene
Dave Spritz (Cage) is the weather man for the morning TV show in Chicago which means: he's a local celebrity. Privately, though, he's not so popular. His wife has left him, his daughter doesn't get him, and his father, a famous Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, finds him shallow. Celebrity has its downside.


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Scene 1 in book.

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12 

The weather man
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Wonder
(USA/Hong Kong, 2017)

Directed by
Stephen Chbosky

Written by
Stephen Chbosky & Steven Conrad & Jack Thorne

Based on the novel by
R.J. Palacio

Starring
Jacob Tremblay, Julia Roberts
Owen Wilson, Daveed Diggs


The Film
Auggie Pullman was born with a facial deformity which he copes with by wearing an astronaut's helmet. But life demands he take it off.

Oscar nomination for Best Makeup.


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The Scene
Auggie (Tremblay) is 10 years old and would like to one day go into space. After years of being taught at home by his mother (Roberts), she and his father (Wilson) decide it's time he attends a school. Hard enough. But for him it's harder than for most. For Auggie has to take his astronaut's helmet off.

It's his second day.


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Scene 2 in book.

 Clip
13 

Choose kind
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Yesterday
(UK/Russia/Japan/USA, 2019)

Directed by
Danny Boyle

Written by
Richard Curtis

Based on the story by
Jack Barth & Richard Curtis

Starring
Himesh Patel, Lily James,
Ed Sheeran, Joel Fry,
Sanjeev Bhaskar, Meera Syal


The Film
What happens if you take a global cultural phenomenon and then delete it from the world's memory, as if it never existed, never took place?


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The Scene
Jack (Patel) works in a DIY store in the county of Suffolk. That's just his day job. His passion is music. Ellie (James), his childhood friend is not only his manager and roadie, but also his greatest fan. And fans are few and far between. After another poorly attended concert he decides it's time to stop. It's time to finally give up the dream of a music career and to move on.

But then something strange happens. During a global powercut Jack has a bike accident and when he regains consciousness he finds something has changed in the world, and he seems to be the only person who knows it.

Ellie gives him a new guitar to replace the one broken in the accident. Jack decides the occasion warrants playing one of pop music's classics: the Beatles' Yesterday. He gets an unexpected reaction.


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Scene 2 in book.

 Clip
14 

Yesterday

The Scene
Jack finds that the worldwide blackout seems to have deleted certain things from the global consciousness. Coke. Cigarettes. Harry Potter. And, the Beatles. They never existed. But Jack still knows the Beatles, which means he's the only person in the world who knows their songs. He's been given a unique gift and decides to use it to kickstart his music career. Will it work? He plays one of his new Beatles' songs, Let It Be, to his parents (Bhaskar,
Syal). How will they react?


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Scene 3 in book.

 Clip
15 

Let It Be. The first time

The Scene
Ed Sheeran (Himself) has employed Jack as his support act for his concert in Moscow. Sheeran sees Jack as a genius and can't understand how he can write so many great songs in such a short period of time. On the spur of the moment he decides to challenge Jack to see just how good he really is. Jack's good.


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Scene 5 in book.

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16 

The Long and Winding Road


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You've Got Mail
(USA, 1998)

Directed by
Nora Ephron

Written by
Nora Ephron & Delia Ephron

Based on the screenplay
"The Shop Around the Corner" by
Samson Raphaelson
from the play by
Miklos Laszlo

Starring
Meg Ryan, Tom Hanks


The Film
Nora Ephron, Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks' second collaboration after Sleepless in Seattle.


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The Scene
New York City. Shopgirl and NY152 have met in a chatroom and since then write regularly to each other. The chatroom is anonymous and so they don't know each other's true identity, which is handy because in real life they are sworn enemies.

Shopgirl is Kathleen Kelly (Ryan) who owns a small independent children's bookstore which was founded by her mother. NY152 is Joe Fox (Hanks) the owner of the mega-bookstore chain Fox books. He has just opened a new megastore just round the corner from Kathleen and she is now on the brink of bankruptcy. They have also met in person and she has taken an instant dislike to him.

Online though, everything is hunky dory and Shopgirl and NY152 have decided to meet. She will wait for him in a local cafe and he will recognise her by the rose and the copy of her favourite novel, Pride and Prejudice, she will have with her. The evening arrives and she waits oblivious that Joe has discovered who she really is (he took a sneak peek through the window).


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Scene 1 in book.

 Clip
17 

Meeting |
Part one


Meeting |
Part two
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The 61 films

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The Big Sick
(USA, 2017)
Written by Emily V. Gordon & Kumail Nanjiani. Directed by Michael Showalter.

Blinded by the Light
(UK/USA/France, 2019)
Written by Sarfraz Manzoor & Gurinder Chadha & Paul Mayeda Berges based on the book Greetings From Bury Park. Race. Religion. Rock 'n' Roll by Sarfraz Manzoor and inspired by the words and music of Bruce Springsteen. Directed by Gurinder Chadha.

Bohemian Rhapsody
(UK/USA, 2018)
Written by Anthony McCarten based on the story by Anthony McCarten & Peter Morgan. Directed by Bryan Singer.

Boy
(New Zealand, 2010)
Written and directed by Taika Waititi.

Brexit: The Uncivil War
(UK, 2019)
Written by James Graham. Directed by Toby Haynes.

Captain Fantastic
(USA, 2016)
Written and directed by Matt Ross.

Captain Phillips
(USA, 2013)
Written by Billy Ray based on the book A Captain's Duty: Somali Pirates, Navy Seals and Dangerous Days at Sea by Richard Phillips with Stephan Talty. Directed by Paul Greengrass.

Chef
(USA, 2014)
Written and directed by Jon Favreau.

The Client
(USA, 1994)
Written by Akiva Goldsman & Robert Getchell based on the novel by John Grisham. Directed by Joel Schumacher.

Close Encounters of the Third Kind
(USA, 1977)
Written and directed by Steven Spielberg.

Donnie Darko
(USA, 2001)
Written and directed by Richard Kelly.

Downsizing
(USA/Norway, 2017)
Written byAlexander Payne & Jim Taylor. Directed by Alexander Payne.

Eat Drink Man Woman
(Taiwan, 1994)
Written by Hui-Ling Wang & Ang Lee & James Schamus. Directed by Ang Lee.

Fantastic Beasts and
Where to Find Them

(UK/USA, 2016)
Written by J.K. Rowling. Directed by David Yates.

Finding Forrester
(USA, 2000)
Written by Mike Rich. Directed by Gus van Sant.

First Man
(USA/Japan, 2018)
Written by Josh Singer based on the book by James R. Hansen. Directed by Damien Chazelle.

Florence Foster Jenkins
(UK/France, 2016)
Written by Nicholas Martin. Directed by Stephen Frears.

The Florida Project
(USA, 2017)
Written by Chris Bergoch and Sean Baker. Directed by Sean Baker.

The Founder
(USA, 2017)
Written by Robert Siegel. Directed by John Lee Hancock.

Frank
(UK/Ireland, 2014)
Written by Jon Ronson & Peter Straughan based on the original newspaper article by Jon Ronson. Directed by Lenny Abrahamson.

Free Solo
(USA, 2018)
Written by Robert Siegel. Directed by Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi & Jimmy Chin.

Gorillas in the Mist:
The Story of Dian Fossey

(USA, 1988)
Written by Anna Hamilton Phelan & Tab Murphy based on the work of Dian Fossey and the article by Harold T. P. Hayes. Directed by Michael Apted.

Green Book
(USA, 2018)
Written by Nick Vallelonga & Brian Currie & Peter Farrelly. Directed by Peter Farrelly.

Hereafter
(USA, 2010)
Written by Peter Morgan. Directed by Clint Eastwood.

Hidden Figures
(USA, 2016)
Written by Allison Schroeder & Theodore Melfi based on the book by Margot Lee Shetterly. Directed by Theodore Melfi.

Hunt for the Wilderpeople
(New Zealand, 2016)
Written by Taika Waititi based on the book Pork and Watercress by Barry Crump. Directed by Taika Waititi.

I, Daniel Blake
(UK/France/Belgium, 2016)
Written by Paul Laverty. Directed by Ken Loach.

I, Tonya
(UK/USA/Qatar, 2017)
Written by Steven Rogers. Directed by Craig Gillespie.

Lady Bird
(USA, 2017)
Written and directed by Greta Gerwig.

La La Land
(USA/Hong Kong, 2016)
Written and directed by Damien Chazelle.

Lion
(UK/Australia/USA, 2016)
Written by Luke Davies based on the book A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierley. Directed by Garth Davis.

Little Women
(USA, 2019)
Written by Greta Gerwig based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. Directed by Greta Gerwig.

The Lunchbox
(India/France/Germany/USA/Canada, 2013)
Written and directed by Ritesh Batra.

Mary, Queen of Scots
(UK/USA, 2018)
Written by Beau Willimon & John Guy based on the book Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart by John Guy. Directed by Josie Rourke.

Maudie
(Ireland/Canada, 2016)
Written by Sherry White. Directed by Aisling Walsh.

Miss Peregrine's Home
for Peculiar Children

(USA/UK/Belgium/Canada, 2016)
Written by Jane Goldman based on the novel by Ransom Riggs. Directed by Tim Burton.

Much Ado About Nothing
(UK/USA, 1993)
Written by Kenneth Branagh based on the play by William Shakespeare. Directed by
Kenneth Branagh.

No Reservations
(USA, 2007)
Written by Carol Fuchs based on the screenplay Mostly Martha by Sandra Nettelbeck. Directed by Scott Hicks.

North by Northwest
(USA, 1959)
Written by Ernest Lehman. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

The Odyssey
(France/Belgium, 2016)
Original title L'Odyssee. Written by Jerome Salle & Laurent Turner based on the books Mon Pere le Commandant by Jean-Michel Cousteau & Capitaine de la Calypso by Albert Falco & Yves Paccalet. Directed by Jerome Salle.

Official Secrets
(UK/USA/Switzerland/China, 2019)
Written by Sara Bernstein & Gregory Bernstein & Gavin Hood based on the book The Spy Who Tried to Stop a War by Marcia & Thomas Mitchell. Directed by Gavin Hood.

Paterson
(France/Germany/USA, 2016)
Written and directed by Jim Jarmusch.

Pollock
(USA, 2000)
Written by Barbara Turner & Susan J. Emshwiller based on the book Jackson Pollock: An American Saga by Steven Naifeh & Gregor White Smith. Directed by Ed Harris.

The Post
(USA/UK, 2017)
Written by Liz Hannah & Josh Singer. Directed by Steven Spielberg.

Reality Bites
(USA, 1994)
Written by Helen Childress. Directed by Ben Stiller.

Rear Window
(USA, 1954)
Written by John Michael Hayes based on the short story It had to be Murder by Cornell Woolrich. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

Rocketman
(UK/Canada/USA, 2019)
Written by Lee Hall. Directed by Dexter Fletcher.

Roman J. Israel, Esq.
(Canada/United Arab Emirates/USA, 2017)
Written and directed by Dan Gilroy.

The Shape of Water
(USA/Canada, 2017)
Written by Guillermo del Toro & Vanessa Taylor based on the story by Guillermo del Toro. Directed by Guillermo del Toro.

Sleepless in Seattle
(USA, 1993)
Written by Nora Ephron & David S. Ward & Jeff Arch based on the story by Jeff Arch. Directed by Nora Ephron.

Snowden
(UK/France/Germany/USA, 2016)
Written by Kieran Fitzgerald & Oliver Stone based on the books The Time of the Octopus by Anatoly Kucherena & The Snowden Files by Luke Harding. Directed by Oliver Stone.

Spotlight
(USA, 2015)
Written by Josh Singer & Tom McCarthy. Directed by Tom McCarthy.

A Star is Born
(USA, 2018)
Written by Eric Roth & Bradley Cooper & Will Fetters based on the 1954 screenplay by Moss Hart and the 1976 screenplay by John Gregory Dunne & Joan Didion & Frank Pierson and on a story by William Wellman & Robert Carson. Directed by Bradley Cooper.

Steve Jobs
(UK/USA, 2015)
Written by Aaron Sorkin based on the book by Walter Isaacson. Directed by Danny Boyle.

Sully
(USA, 2016)
Written by Todd Komarnicki based on the book Highest Duty by Chesley Sully Sullenberger & Jeffrey Zaslow. Directed by Clint Eastwood.

Three Billboards outside
Ebbing, Missouri

(UK/USA, 2017)
Written and directed by Martin McDonagh.

Turner & Hooch
(USA, 1989)
Written by Dennis Shryack & Michael Blodgett & Daniel Petrie, Jr. & Jim Cash & Jack Epps, Jr. based on the story by Dennis Shryack & Michael Blodgett. Directed by Roger Spottiswoode.

The Weather Man
(USA/Germany, 2005)
Written by Steven Conrad. Directed by Gore Verbinski.

Wonder
(USA/Hong Kong, 2017)
Written by Stephen Chbosky & Steven Conrad & Jack Thorne based on the novel by R.J. Palacio. Directed by Stephen Chbosky.

Yesterday
(UK/Russia/Japan/USA, 2019)
Written by Richard Curtis based on the story by Jack Barth & Richard Curtis. Directed by Danny Boyle.

You've Got Mail
(USA, 1998)
Written by Nora Ephron & Delia Ephron based on the screenplay The Shop Around the Corner by Samson Raphaelson from the play by Miklos Laszlo. Directed by Nora Ephron.


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  Innsbruck  

Studia


Tyrolia



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