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  • AS FILM COURSEWORK
  • CLOSE ANALYSIS OF 3-5 MINUTE FILM SEQUENCE 1500 WORD ANALYSIS INDIVIDUAL WORK FOCUS ON A SINGLE MICRO ELEMENT MICRO ELEMENT WILL LINK TO PRACTICAL WORK SUPPORT ANALYSIS WITH SCREENGRABS DRAFT DEADLINE = 18 OCTOBER FINAL DEADLINE = WEDNESDAY 6TH NOVEMBER FILM SEQUENCE ANALYSIS (30 MARKS)
  • CREATE A 2 MINUTE FILM SEQUENCE RESPONSIBILITY FOR AN INDIVIDUAL MICRO ELEMENT GROUP PROJECT – INDIVIDUAL MARK MICRO ELEMENT LINKS TO OWN ANALYSIS REFLECTIVE ANALYSIS – 750 WORDS DEADLINE = WEDNESDAY 18TH DECEMBER FILM SEQUENCE CONSTRUCTION (50 MARKS)
  • FILM SEQUENCE ANALYSIS
  • Your introduction should include: The film you have chosen Film title (director surname, year) What sequence you are writing about and whereabouts in the films narrative is it? What genre is the film? Which characters are in the sequence? Which micro feature are you analysing? What impact should this micro feature have on the spectator? The conclusion should include: Your view on how successful the micro feature has been in generating meaning for the spectator. How this micro feature links to the other micro features
  • Which aspects of the previous slide do you think will get you the most marks?
  • AO2 • Apply knowledge and understanding, including some of the common critical approaches that characterise the subject, when exploring and analysing films and when evaluating creative projects, to show how meanings and responses are generated.
  • How do I get top marks? • Excellent knowledge and confident understanding of the micro features of the film they are concentrating on. • This will be reflected both in the ability to refer in detail and with accuracy to the chosen film and in the analysis of how micro features produce meaning(s). • Personal response will be characterised by a high level of analysis of the production of meaning(s) through the interaction of film and spectator. • The interaction between film and spectator will be perceived as complex, subtle and resistant to simplistic assumptions. Quality of written communication • Excellently structured and accurate use of appropriate language to communicate clearly.