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Film Studies A Level at Strode's College

Course description

This course expands your current knowledge and awareness of the diversity of film as both art and business. Throughout this course you analyse the different ways in which film is constructed and the various ways in which an audience will respond to a film. Issues of representation are also central to this course, as is an analytical mind. You are encouraged to explore the social, political and historical contexts that have affected the types of film that are made, as well as engage in a diverse range of film outside the classroom. NB: This course is mostly theoretical and there is a focus on analytical essay writing. There is some practical element within the coursework.

Course content

This is an ideal course to analyse how meaning is created in film through written work and the creation of a short film. You will also get the opportunity to develop some theoretical skills.

Entry requirements

General entry requirements for a Level 3 Pathway. Grade C in English Language GCSE or equivalent.

Assessment

Proposed 70% externally assessed and 30% internally assessed

Financial information

Henry’s Media Night and Creating a College Video

Future opportunities

Our most successful students are those who complete work experience during the course as well as creating a detailed portfolio. Students often go on to work in Media and Film based environments

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Strode's College directly.

Last updated date: 25 August 2016
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