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Teen films

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Genre/Form termTeen films
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Variant(s)Teen cinema
Teen drama (Motion pictures)
Teen movies
Teen-targeted films
Teenage films
Teenage movies
Youth films
See alsoMotion pictures
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Scope noteFilms produced especially for a teenage audience (i.e., the general age range of thirteen through eighteen years) and films with teenagers and teen issues as the primary subject.
Found inShary, T. Teen movies, 2005: p. 2 (the 1980s produced a more codified approach to teen films, as Hollywood and independent studios systematically developed different youth subgenres to depict an increasingly diverse array of teen experiences) p. 3 (while the "teen film" would take some time to become a genre, its effects would be abundantly evident by the late 1930s) p. 7 (lack of an established teen cinema before the 1930s) p. 29 (teen film subgenres: in addition to hot-rod films, rock movies, beach movies, teen horror, and teen melodramas)
Lewis, J. The road to romance & ruin : teen films and youth culture, 1992: p. 2 (films about teenagers, not films targeted at teenagers; teen-targeted films)
Wikipedia, Dec. 16, 2005 (The teen film (also called teen movie or teenpic) is a film genre in which the plot is based upon the special interests of teenagers, such as the coming of age, first love, rebellion, and conflict with parents. Sexual themes are common, and in recent years the gross-out comedy has become a popular subgenre.)
Lopez, D. Films by genre, 1993: p. 331 (Teen movie ("Juve" movie, Teenage movie, Teenpic, Youth picture). Exploitation pictures addressed to youngsters in their teens ... some are genuine dramatic expositions of teen circles. Related entries: Exploitation film, juvenile delinquency film, motorcycle movie, Rock film, Youth film)
Yee, M. Moving image materials, 1988: p. 97 (Teen drama. Fictional genre films and programs produced primarily for a teenaged audience. UF Beach party drama, Surfer drama, High school comedies. BT Fiction. NT Juvenile delinquency drama, rock and roll musicals. RT College drama, Horror drama, Motorcycle gang drama, Paukerfilme, Psychopath drama)
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