Please note: This PowerPoint has been improved and updated enormously.
Find the latest version here: http://www.slideshare.net/ianmorenomelgar/gcse-wjec-film-studies-paper-1-superhero-superheroes-exploring-film-language-help-guide-revision
I have also produced a PDF revision guide that covers this PowerPoint but also includes MANY more activities. As it’s a PDF it it’s formatted perfectly for you to use and carry around with you on all your devices or if you so wish, print. This means it's perfect for students looking to revise and for teachers wanting to quickly set exciting, detailed and relevant tasks. It can be bought from my Sellfy Shop here: https://sellfy.com/p/J0Ei/ and can be previewed (and bought) from my Scribd shop here: https://www.scribd.com/doc/266119725/GCSE-Film-Studies-Revision-Guide-for-Paper-1-Exploring-Film-Superhero-films
There will be more detail on the links above, but it’s a 130+ page PDF that covers as much as I can think of for the revision of Paper 1 of the WJEC Film Studies GCSE. It’s only £5 BUT get in touch with me on twitter @Moreno_Melgar and I'll send you a discount code for £1.50 off for a limited time. Once you buy a copy I will automatically email you whenever it’s updated and improved.
This PowerPoint is a 200+ long series of slides, aimed at revising GCSE Film Studies Paper 1, Exploring Film. It has four main functions for both teachers and students; 1, in looking at what the exam will cover and how to approach the questions, 2, in quickly revising genre and superhero films, 3, in revising key aspects of film language (also known as micro features) and 4, by revising the film industry and how films ate marketed. As this is a revision guide, many of the aspects are only revised and re-touched upon, but there are many activities and tasks for teachers and staff and links to a wide variety of clips to help prepare students for the exam. There are also many screenshots and images for use.
There are many non-standard fonts used in this presentation. This means that after you have downloaded there is a very good chance that your version of the presentation looks a bit strange. If you change fonts to something more standard and of similar sizes will resolve this. All of the links to clips on here were working when originally published but as I do not have control over them they may be removed outside of my control.
Many, many thanks and I hope this is of use to you and others.