Conceptualisations of History in George Lucas’ ‘Star Wars’ Saga

'Conceptualisations of History in George Lucas' 'Star Wars' Saga' by Canaan Perry. Suggested citation below article. George Lucas’s Star Wars saga is one of the most successful series in western cinema history. According to Brabazon it “has been a primary popular cultural social formation for a[n] [entire] generation.”[1] Set in a futuristic, past tense “used universe”… Continue reading Conceptualisations of History in George Lucas’ ‘Star Wars’ Saga

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An Exploration of Time and Memory in George Lucas’ ‘American Graffiti’

'An Exploration of Time and Memory in George Lucas' 'American Graffiti'' by Canaan Perry. Suggested citation below article. George Lucas’s American Graffiti (1973) is a film that was made in the wake of popular American movies like Easy Rider (1969) which was about and for a young audience. After the closing of the big American film… Continue reading An Exploration of Time and Memory in George Lucas’ ‘American Graffiti’