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FM3: CREATIVE PROJECT. FM3: CREATIVE PROJECT. FM3: CREATIVE PROJECT. The creative project should demonstrate candidates' active engagement with issues raised during their studies at AS and/or A2. It comprises three elements: • Aims and context

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    3. FM3: CREATIVE PROJECT • The creative project should demonstrate candidates' active engagement with issues raised during their studies at AS and/or A2. It comprises three elements: • • Aims and context • • A creative product (short film or film extract, screenplay or extended step outline for a documentary film) • • A reflective analysis

    4. CREATIVE PRODUCT (45) • A film extract or a complete short film (3-5 minutes in length). Group work is permitted for this option (maximum 4) but membersof the group must be responsible for a clearly defined role onwhich they are assessed.

    5. REFLECTVE ANALYSIS (15) Approximately 1000 words or equivalent (15 marks, including aims and context) • The reflective analysis should select key features of the creative product and reflect critically on both the creative process and the product. Candidates working in a group should focus on the construction and impact of their role. • The analysis can be presented: • • As a continuous piece of writing, with or without illustrative material • • In a digital form such as a suitably edited blog or another web-based format or • • As a focused DVD commentary.

    6. Aims and Context • Tile of your film. • Genre of film (or equivalent if it’s not in an obvious genre). • Whether it’s a short film or extract (and if so, whether it’s opening, climactic sequences etc) • Target audience. • Your role within the production. • Key stylistic elements of sequence (cinematography, editing). • Area of study your film is influenced by.

    7. Potential areas of study • Micro/Macro features • Experimental • British/American film • Film Noir • British urban crime drama • Representation – Race/class/region/age/gender etc. • Small scale research topic • Film movements – French new wave. • Any director/producer/writer you have studied across AS & A2

    8. CREATIVE PROJECT – LEVEL 4 Level 4: 36-45 Product • Product fulfils its aims highly creatively and effectively • An excellent understanding of the form and conventions of the chosen medium • An excellent, highly creative and confident use of the relevant medium • with a strong sense of reaching its intended audience. • Quality of written communication (where relevant) • Excellently structured

    9. REFLECTIVE ANALYSIS – LEVEL 4 Level 4: 12-15 Reflective analysis • A detailed and perceptive account of the creative process and production • Excellent, perceptive consideration of the relative success of the product in relation to its aims, audience and context • An excellent sense of how far it has been possible to work creatively within the conventions of the chosen product’s medium. • Quality of (written) communication • Excellently structured