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Film Studies. Sixth Form Options Evening 2011. What is it?. At AS – we learn about the micro-features of film Performance Editing Cinematography (camerawork) Sets, costume, make-up ( Mise -en-Scène) Sound At A2 – we learn about the macro-features of film Narrative Spectatorship

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Film studies

Film Studies

Sixth Form Options Evening 2011


What is it
What is it?

  • At AS – we learn about the micro-features of film

    • Performance

    • Editing

    • Cinematography (camerawork)

    • Sets, costume, make-up (Mise-en-Scène)

    • Sound

  • At A2 – we learn about the macro-features of film

    • Narrative

    • Spectatorship

    • Film Movements (Expressionist Horror)


What do we study
What do we study?

  • Micro-Features, leading to analysis work

  • Film Production

  • Film Audiences

  • UK vs US Films

  • Working Title



Breakdown
Breakdown

  • At AS

    • 40% coursework (analysis, production, evaluation)

    • 60% exam (1 paper – 3 questions – 2 ½ hours)

  • At A2

    • 50% coursework

    • 50% exam (1 paper – 3 questions – 2 ¾ hours)

  • Film Studies is taught by: Mr Healey;

    Mrs Johnson


Students perspective followed by showing of vengeance
Students’ Perspectivefollowed by showing of ‘Vengeance’


Our results 2010 11
Our Results 2010-11

*On average, our film students have indicator grades of C (30 sample size)


Our track record
Our Track Record

  • The Media & Film Department sent more students away to University last year than any other single department in the school.

  • Destinations included:

    • Bath Spa – Media Communications

    • Brunel – Multi-Media Technology and Design

    • Winchester – Journalism

    • Bournemouth – Film Production

    • Buckinghamshire – Film & TV Production x 3


Take this course if
Take this course if:

  • You love film

  • You want to know more about the stories, techniques and history of film

  • You enjoy a creative, practical subject

  • You can handle essays (Cs or above in English)


Don t take this course if
Don’t take this course if:

  • You are looking for something easy

  • You just want to watch films – you can do that at home…

  • You struggle with essays (Ds or lower in English)

  • You aren’t really interested in learning more about film


Would you like to know more
Would you like to know more?

www.myteacherpages.com/webpages/ghealey

The English Faculty Board

[email protected]


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