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Location by Lavinia Brydon,

History by Abigail Stevens,

My pathway engages the theme of history in both the novel and the film. The four centuries through which Orlando lives provide an evocative and symbolic background for the story.

Key scenes and themes in Orlando by Rebecca Reeves,

An investigation of the intertexuality in Orlando by James Anderson,

Orlando and it\'s Intertextuality by Georgina Cranmer,

Intertextuality in Orlando by Adam Field,

Orlando by Faiqa Ahmed-Khan,

Intertextuality in Orlando

Intertextuality- Orlando by Natalie Marcus,

Orlando by Hannah Burbach,

let's see what happens

Production Design by Vicki Callahan,

Orlando by Sarah Fivash,

Intertextuality in Orlando: gender fluidity and the re-shaping/accentuasion of themes and essence.

Intertextuality in Orlando, in what ways are the aims of Woolf and Potterthe same/different? by Sophie Durham,

An exploration into the ways in which Woolf and Potter construct their versions of Orlando and how these show similar motives as authors, or perhaps how these motives might differ, possibly due to the fact that they use different mediums to tell the same story.

Orlando: Book to Movie by Andrew White,

As part of my Film Studies course, I will be using various strands of investigation into how a very personal piece of literature can be re-moulded into an equally personal film project. At the moment I have no clear strategy but as I work my way through this domain, I will attempt to make a coherent pathway that will enable me (and anyone else foolish enough to tread in my footprints) to make some sense of the transference from paper to celluloid

Intertextual Nature of Orlando by Meredith Veach,

a look into the production design and the obvious themes of gender vs identity and the need to conform to society.

Intertextuality in Orlando by Philippa Selby,

Exploring intertextuality in Sally Potter's 'Orlando' (1992)

Intertextuality in \\\'Orlando\\\' by Sarah Aksland,

Looking at Sally Potter\'s film version of Virginia Woolf\'s novel, \'Orlando,\' specifically regarding it\'s intertextual nature. When Tilda Swinton and Sally Potter were being interviewed at the BFI, they both talked about how passionate they were about creating Orlando the film, and they hoped that they could replicate the way the novel made them feel and succesfully represent this on film. As discussed in a seminar, one person's 'feelings' about a novel can vastly differentiate from another's (usually hindering the audience's enjoyment because they did not feel the same), so, when translating a medium from novel to film, which idea will resonate with all? Potter has chosen the ideas 'death' and 're-birth.' What is also interesting, is that a screenwriter will usually begin a script perhaps not totally aware of their controlling idea. Therefore, is the key to succesfully adapting a novel to film finding the 'controlling idea' of a novel and reproducing it cinematically?

ORLANDO: 1928 - 1992 by Patrick Strain,

in my pathway i will be looking at the intertexuality between Virginia Woolf's 1928 novel and Sally Potter's 1992 flm Adaptation.

Orlando by Abigail Stroman,

Exploring Intertextuality in Orlando

Water by Benjamin Rider,

How does Sally Potter use 'Water'?

Pre Production by William Preisner,

Translating imagery from text to screen by Flora Bartlett, Student

Examination through archive materials of how Sally Potter takes the artistic description of scenes from the novel and translates that into a visual form through cinematography and set design.

Orlando: Adaption, by Stevie Christian, Student

Reflection on Orlando\\\'s intertextual reality by Paul Numann, Student

Some explanations for Potter's decision on certain locations, set and costume design, and focusing on cinematography.

My Default Pathway by Daniela Vilu, Student

My Default Pathway by Kaitlyn Sunabe, Student

Nature, Colour, and Motivation by Lindsay Hooper, Student

What are the implications of predetermined Powers and Colours motivating each character and setting? How do these attributes influence the film's aesthetic?

The essence of design in adaptation by Mitchell Harris, Student

The focus here is on the nature of design in adaptation. One example includes key aspects such as location from pre-production sketches to how the final set looks in production, and how this relates to the words found in Woolf's novel. Additionally it's interesting to note the differences in adaptation across Orlando's 400 year journey.

My Default Pathway by Rochelle Miller, MA Student

My Default Pathway by Aaron Rich, MA Student

Description Watercolour mounted on black card, with b/w photocopy, Paper, Painting of tents on frozen Thames
Asset ID SPA0000108
Date 01/04/1990
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