Teaching Moving Image Arts:
Developing Practice
Robert Thompson
•CCEA Principal Moderator for A Level Moving Image Arts
•Co-Author A Level & GCSE Specification
•Teacher o...
Module Outcomes:
1. Study of Film Language (MIA theory)
2. Study of practical techniques (video editing, animation & compo...
What is MIA?
• Launched 2003
• Collaboration between BFI, CCEA and CLCs (Nerve centre, Studio On,
AmmA)
• Now in 80 Centres
• Students ...
What is Film Language?
•Genre
•Narrative
•Narration
•Mise-en-Scene:
Setting & props
Costume, Hair & Make-up
Movement, Positioning & Performance
L...
What is handed in?
AS Portfolio
Statement of Intentions (800-1200 wds) 10%
Pre-production materials 5%
Film Exercise (40-60 sec) 5%
Final Fil...
MIA Final Film Examples:
Drama
Animation
Montage/Experimental
Film-making Exercise
2 Teams:
• Director
• Camera Operator
• Actor 1
• Actor 2
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  1. 1. Teaching Moving Image Arts: Developing Practice
  2. 2. Robert Thompson •CCEA Principal Moderator for A Level Moving Image Arts •Co-Author A Level & GCSE Specification •Teacher of Art & Design - 16 years •Teacher of MIA - 10 years •BTEC & HND Lecturer in Games development & Multimedia – 2 years •CPD courses for NI Screen, CLC’s & Keynote Education •Modules on M.Ed. For QUB and UU •MA Computer Animation
  3. 3. Module Outcomes: 1. Study of Film Language (MIA theory) 2. Study of practical techniques (video editing, animation & compositing) 3. Production of practical film exercise 4. Short research paper Module Promo Video
  4. 4. What is MIA?
  5. 5. • Launched 2003 • Collaboration between BFI, CCEA and CLCs (Nerve centre, Studio On, AmmA) • Now in 80 Centres • Students study Film language Creative Film-making Techniques • Students Produce Short Films with supporting exercises and planning • Online Exam tests knowledge of film language through previously unseen clips
  6. 6. What is Film Language?
  7. 7. •Genre •Narrative •Narration •Mise-en-Scene: Setting & props Costume, Hair & Make-up Movement, Positioning & Performance Lighting & Cinematography •Camera Framing •Camera Movement •Editing •Sound
  8. 8. What is handed in?
  9. 9. AS Portfolio Statement of Intentions (800-1200 wds) 10% Pre-production materials 5% Film Exercise (40-60 sec) 5% Final Film (3-5 min) 40% Written Evaluation (800-1200 wds) 10% Online Exam 30% A2 Portfolio Illustrated Essay (1500-2000 wds) 10% Pre-production materials 5% 2 X Film Exercise (40-60 sec) 5% Final Film (5-7 min) 40% Written Evaluation (800-1200 wds) 10% Online Exam 30% GCSE 2 Year Structure Year 11 2 X Controlled Assessment Tasks (40-60 sec) 20% Year 12 Final Film (2 min) on given theme With support Materials (Thinking-Planning-Making-Evaluating) 40% Online Exam 40%
  10. 10. MIA Final Film Examples: Drama Animation Montage/Experimental
  11. 11. Film-making Exercise 2 Teams: • Director • Camera Operator • Actor 1 • Actor 2

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