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Film Studies AS/A Level at The College of Richard Collyer

Course description

This course provides fascinating insights into the way in which films are produced, in addition to the detailed analysis of some of the finest and most influential films ever made. Significant time is put into the viewing and deconstruction of key films. Students learn the basic technical principles of cinematography, editing and story construction on film. Additional elements include research into the economic and social background to the production and consumption of films in the UK and USA. Specific studies are made into particularly influential national film industries, starting with Hollywood and British Film in the first year and progressing to World Cinema in the second year.

As an analytical, essay based subject, students will be expected to produce thoughtful, insightful written and verbal deconstructions of the films they see and of the conditions and contexts under which those films were produced.

Entry requirements

C in English Language

How to apply

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Last updated date: 20 November 2014

Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1-2 Years

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