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A level film studies
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  • 1. A Level Film Studies
  • 2. AS Level
    • Unit 1: Exploring Film Form (25%)
    • One analysis piece (1500 words)
    • One creative project
    • Unit 2 : British and American Film (30%)
    • 21/2 hour examination
  • 3. A Level
    • Unit 3 : Film Research and Creative Projects
    • 25%
    • A small scale research project
    • A creative project
    • Unit 4 : Varieties of Film Experience : Issues and Debates
    • World Cinema
    • Spectatorship
    • Single Film Critical Study
    • 25%
  • 4. Unit 1 : Micro Analysis
    • Example : the D Day landing sequence in Saving Private Ryan
  • 5. Unit 1 : Creative Piece
    • An extended step outline of 1000 words
    • (5 – 8 scenes)
    • A Photographed storyboard of between 10-25 shots
    • A film sequence or short film approximately 2 minutes long containing between 10 – 25 different shots
  • 6. Unit 2 Section A & B
    • A)Hollywood films
    • B)British Cinema
    • Living with Crime
  • 7. Unit 2 Section C
    • Comparative Film Study : Film Noir
    • Double Indemnity The Last Seduction
  • 8. What do you need to succeed?
    • An open mind - willingness to explore different film genres and styles
    • Ability to express your views in writing in an organised way
    • Creative ideas about film-making

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