Bfi edu-tfms-censor-exam-qs

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Bfi edu-tfms-censor-exam-qs

  1. 1. Film Censorship and Controversy 1 of 1 © British Film Institute Sample examination questions OCR A Level Media Studies: Unit 2734 Media Issues and Debates 1. With detailed reference to at least two films, explain why the topic of film censorship is a controversial issue. (June 2002) 2. Discuss how far issues of film censorship might influence content. (June 2003) 3. Analyse the arguments for and against film censorship. (June 2004) WJEC A Level Film Studies: Unit FS6 Critical Studies 1. From your studies, discuss what you have found to be some of the most interesting ways in which filmmakers produce a ‘shocking’ effect on the spectator. Make detailed reference to specific films in your answer. (June 2002) 2. ‘It is when film spectators are being shocked that they are most aware that they are being manipulated.’ Has this been your experience? Make detailed reference to film extracts you have studied in developing your answer. (June 2003) 3. From your experience, is it true to say that the shock effect of some films comes from their subject matter whilst for other films the shock is created through the use of cinematic devices? (June 2004)

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