A Level Film Studies
Type: A Level
Entry Requirements: Two grade 5s and three 4s in five subject areas at GCSE, to include a minimum of a grade 4 in Mathematics and English Language.
Start Date: Sep 2022
Course Overview

Film Studies enables you to develop the analytical, observational and critical skills that many universities look for. You will explore how film works as a culturally significant medium, both in terms of representation and aesthetics. The course offers the opportunity to study both mainstream contemporary American and British film, as well as more challenging films from the silent era and non-European cinema and experimental film.

What will I learn?

You will develop an appreciation of the historical development of film traditions and styles, from the birth of film to the digital future, and learn how to critically analyse films and apply theoretical concepts. Production is a crucial part of the Film Studies course and your knowledge will inform your filmmaking and screenwriting project, in which you will produce a high-quality short film.

Materials and other information

We have Apple Mac suites with industry standard software for editing and motion graphics. We also have touchscreen TVs, a green screen, DSLR cameras and hold film screenings in our College theatre!

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