TheKing'sSpeech

TheKing'sSpeech - Study Guide for Class Films The Kings...

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“The King’s Speech” 1. Who was the director? Director- Tom Hooper 2. Who was the screenwriter? Screenwriter- David Seidler 3. Who was the cinematographer? Cinematographer- Danny Cohen 4. What year was the film released? Release- 2010 5.Where and when was the film set? 1925-1940 in London, England as well as parts of Scotland 6. What were some examples of effective or innovative cinematography in the film? As the Duke of York is approaching the podium for his first speech you see it as a POV shot, showing the masses of people and the vastness of his audience. 7. What were some of the major actions or events in the film? The Duke of York’s first speech is a failure as his stammer/stutter gets in the way of its success. He meets with a speech pathologist to improve his stammer. The Duke of York’s brother, King Edward VIII, denounces his place on the throne and King George VI is king. 8. What was the central theme of the film?
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course FILM 180 taught by Professor Jennings during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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