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  1. 1. GCSE Film Studies Course overview
  2. 2. Rationale Build on Student experience Recognition of relationship with film Attitudes, ideas and Cultural beliefs Three inter-related study areas: Language Organisations Audiences
  3. 3. Course Overview 50% Exploring & Creating 20% Exploring Film Outside Hollywood Exam: 1 Hour 30% Exploring Film Exam: 1.5 Hour Controlled assessment
  4. 4. GCSE Film Studies Specification – Exam modules  Paper 1 – Superhero Genre  Paper 2 – Amelie or Ratcatcher
  5. 5. • Develop film analysis skills • Study of film Language • Gain an awareness of the contemporary film industry (mainly Hollywood) and of the audiences for film. Exploring Film : Paper 1
  6. 6. Exploring Films Made Outside Hollywood Candidates study one non- Hollywood film from a prescribed list in terms of: Three compulsory questions • Characters • Narrative • Representation • Issues raised by the film • Film language
  7. 7. Focus Films  Amelie  Tsotsi  Ratcatcher  Rabbit Proof Fence
  8. 8. Exploring & Creating: Controlled Assessment Two major components – Film Exploration & Production Film Exploration consists of 2 tasks on the same film:  Industry research  A ‘micro’ analysis of techniques in a short film sequence Production consists of 4 tasks:  Logline & Pitch  Pre-production task – screenplay or storyboard  Production – Intro sequence to your film  Evaluative Analysis
  9. 9. GCSE Film Studies Questions?
  10. 10. Succeeding in Film You will need: An Evernote account and a safe password A GoogleDocs folder entitled “GCSE Film – Your name”, shared with your teacher To be able to use FROG OS to access resources To be fearless: Mistakes are learning To be active students: Ask questions To be collaborative
  11. 11. GCSE Film Studies THUNK What makes a good film?

Overview of GCSE Film Studies Course

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