AS / A Level - Film Studies at Blackpool Sixth Form College
A Level Film Studies is an exciting subject, developing your understanding of British, Hollywood and World Cinema. Whilst learning about the film industry, you will consider audience responses, developing critical and analytical skills. Students also have the opportunity to expand their practical skills through a range of creative projects across the two years.
AS Film Studies Year includes:
- Film producers and audiences
- British and American case studies
- Creative and analytical coursework
A2 Film Studies Year includes:
- World Cinema
- Spectatorship topics
- Close study film
- Creative coursework project
- Small scale research project
You need to have a grade C or above in GCSE English. You will be required to view 18 certificate materials on this course.
60% exam and 40% coursework
Exam board: WJEC
Many students go on to university to study film or media at a higher level. The study of film will also enhance your analytical and essay writing skills whatever course you decide to study at university. Film Studies is also a popular combination with other subjects at degree level. Students who have studied Film have progressed to employment in the creative and media industries.
How to apply
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