MediaMagazine PDF Library

Download printable PDFs of complete magazines or click the hyperlinked contents to be taken to an individual article.

cover image for MediaMagazine 73

MediaMagazine 73

View list of contents
  • Making the Most of MediaMag 73 (September 2020)
  • Whiplash: Conflicts and Ideologies (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • Celebrity Lockdown (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • Cinema and Covid-19: Closing the Film Release Window (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • Deutschland 83: a Postmodern Reimagining of the Past (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • Hearing Voices – Podcasts (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • The Theory Drop: Jenkins and Fandom (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • It Does Matter if You’re Black or White (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • Fang Fiction (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • Making a Spectacle: Captain Fantastic (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • The Law. Without the Order: Gender in Brooklyn Nine-Nine (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • Enabling Images: Representing Disability on Pre-school TV (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • Controversial Classifications: The BBFC in the 21st Century (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • Programming The Paranormal (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • The Careers Download (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
  • Dask Films Production Tips: 7 Things to Say With Every Shot (MediaMagazine 73, September 2020)
cover image for MediaMagazine 72

MediaMagazine 72

View list of contents
  • Making the Most of MM72
  • A close-reading of Men’s Health magazine from a female reader’s perspective
  • A study of film adaptations of Dickens’ David Copperfield
  • An analysis of the moral panic surrounding director Andrew Onwubolu’s (aka Rapman) film, Blue Story
  • An analysis of French TV drama, Les Revenants, with a focus on its use of genre
  • Analysis of Netflix hit TV teen drama, Sex Education
  • The Theory Drop: Curran and Seaton
  • The Ballad of Baby Yoda
  • Challenging lazy stereotypes with an in-depth look at Welsh identity in mainstream TV productions an
  • A close reading of Under the Skin a film that requires the audience to actively decode meanings
  • Debating the casting of straight actors in LGBT+ roles in mainstream film and television
  • Exploring the work of radical British director, Peter Watkins, with a close focus on Culloden and Th
  • Analysing what the relationship between Hollywood & the Chinese film market means for the future o
  • How YouTube can be used to demonstrate media theories, with focus on Emma Chamberlain
  • The Careers Download (HR)
  • Dask Films Production Tips: Four Essential Pieces of Kit
cover image for MediaMagazine 71

MediaMagazine 71

View list of contents
  • Making the Most of MediaMag 71
  • The 2020 MediaMag Production Competition
  • Student Conference 2019
  • Personal Reflection on Reading the Tabloid, the Daily Mirror
  • An Exploration of the Concept of the Unreliable Narrator in Joker
  • Is Video Gaming a Sport? Comparing esports with Traditional Sports
  • Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: Exploring How Viewers ‘Feel’ a Film
  • Theory Drop: David Gauntlett
  • Homelessness Charity, Shelter:  Analysis of Two Marketing Campaigns
  • How Dizzee Rascal’s ‘Dream’ and Radiohead’s ‘Burn the Witch’ Draw on Puppets from Classic Kids’ TV
  • The Power of Nature: Setting the Scene in Silent Film Classic, The Wind
  • The Farmer Wants a Wife – Setting in the Soap Opera
  • Exploring Michael Moore’s Documentary Style, with a Close Focus on Fahrenheit 11/9
  • Fish Tank – Power and Patriarchy
  • Careers Download (MM71) – Film Editor
  • Dask Films Production Tips: Film Crew Roles
cover image for MediaMagazine 70

MediaMagazine 70

View list of contents
  • Making the Most of MediaMagazine (MM70)
  • Teen Vogue: switch from print to online
  • Radio breakfast show presenters
  • Selling The Big Issue
  • The Big Issue: Industry Focus
  • Truth and documentary film making: 20000 Days on Earth (Eduqas)
  • Narratology: Todorov, Propp and Freytag
  • Monetisation of Multiplayer Games
  • Is Beyonce’s Formation a Feminist Text?
  • Vogue, July 1965, Eduqas
  • Black Panther and Film Marketing – A Blockbuster Marketed as a Cultural Event
  • Genre, Hybridity and Outsiders in Jane Campion’s The Piano
  • Marketing of Thom Yorke album, Anima
  • Marketing campaign: Gillette
  • LGBTQ representation in children’s animation: She-Ra
  • Careers Download (MM70) – Branded Content Editor
  • Film Notes – Curfew (MM70)
cover image for MediaMagazine 69

MediaMagazine 69

View list of contents
  • Representations of the Feminine in The Babadook and A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
  • Exploring the Media Panic Behind Orson Welles’ Radio Adaptation of The War of the Worlds
  • Bohemian Rhapsody: Truth and Narrative Structure
  • The Future is Digital: Changes in Online News
  • March 29th 2019: The Day Brexit Didn’t Happen
  • An Explanation of Judith Butler’s Theory of Gender Performativity
  • Sight Unseen: Black Women in Music Video
  • Only Human But All Woman – The Representation of Gender in Captain Marvel
  • Representations of Greta
  • Representations of Slavery in 12 Years a Slave and Django Unchained
  • Audience Engagement in the Digital Age, Focusing on Desimag and Attitude
  • Us: Jordan Peele and the Future of Storytelling
  • Buster Keaton: Master of Silent Comedy
  • Sekiro: Difficulty and Accessibility in Video Games
  • Careers Download - Annie Lieszkiewicz (Culture Editor)
  • Film Notes: The Gunfighter
cover image for MediaMagazine 68

MediaMagazine 68

View list of contents
  • Student Conference 2019 – Report
  • Sorry to Bother You & Code-switching
  • The i, the Little Paper that Could
  • Cinematic Language and Representation in City of God
  • The Ideology of Beauty
  • The Theory Drop: Semiotics
  • It’s the Freakiest Show: Postmodernity and Life on Mars
  • The Rise of the Narrative Adventure Genre and the Fall of Telltale Games
  • A critique of Nike’s use of American football star and #BlackLivesMatter activist Colin Kaepernick i
  • Bandersnatch: Choosing Your Own Adventure in an Online World
  • Examination of manipulation of documentary filmmaking conventions in relation to Search for Sugarman
  • Cuarón – Realism and the Long Take
  • A look at the films of Taika Waititi, with a focus on performative and dysfunctional masculinity
  • Advice about breaking into the media as a member of a minority group, with a focus on podcasting
  • Film Notes Swimmer
cover image for MediaMagazine 67

MediaMagazine 67

View list of contents
  • Making the Most of MediaMag 67
  • Clear the Schedules?Scheduling and event television in the digital age (Bodyguard, Killing Eve)
  • Comparison of ideology Shane Meadow’s This is England and Kore-eda Hirokazu’s Our Little Sister.
  • Close analysis of Sebastian Schipper’s single-take masterpiece, Victoria.
  • Missing Links
  • Nick Lacey on hybridity and genre repertoires in the detective/super hero series, Jessica Jones.
  • Marxist analysis of Duncan Jones’ Moon
  • Callum Williams asks: Should the games industry be brave enough to embrace social commentary?
  • Gary Rose explains how Deadpool could be the perfect case study for cross-platform marketing
  • An analysis of sound in John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place by Giles Gough
  • The Riz Test
  • Analysis of Hollywood studio film, Casablanca
  • Ripe for Review: How Rotten Tomatoes is Dominating Film Criticism
  • A Design for Life
  • The career of a set decoration assistant
  • Film Notes: Wasp (Arnold, 2003)
cover image for MediaMagazine 66

MediaMagazine 66

View list of contents
  • Making the Most of MediaMag 66
  • Creating the History of British Music Video
  • The ethics of casting male film stars who have abused women, focusing on Johnny Depp
  • Close study of Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo
  • Fandom, participatory media and toxicity
  • The Theory Drop – Postmodernism
  • Bonnie and Clyde
  • A critical look at the Daily Mail, a mid-range tabloid
  • WaterAid’s No Choice campaign: representations of Africa and of gender
  • Minecraft: the growth of a cross-platform game
  • Twitter: the importance of this verbal social media platform
  • From Code to Craft – Why Video Games Present an Intriguing Future For Artistic Storytelling
  • Analysis of Czech new wave classic Daisies
  • Weaponised intertextuality in the James Bond film, Spectre
  • A career in composing for the media
  • Film Notes – High Maintenance