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Film Studies A Level at Haverstock School

Course description

Fm1: Coursework unit
An analysis of a sequence from a film
An extended step outline, storyboard, or short film and evaluation

Fm2: British and American film – exam unit.
Focus of the unit:
Producers and audiences
The roles of narrative and genre features of film

FM3: Coursework Unit
You will make a short film and do a short scale research project

FM4: Exam unit
Varieties of film experience – issues and debates

Entry requirements

6+ GCSEs including English and maths.

Future opportunities

Film Studies and variants of the subject are taught widly at universities across the UK and the world. It is a popular subject and often taught alongside other subjects such as English, journalism and critical studies. Studying film at A level introduces students to high level of academic criticism and thought. These skills are invaluable in any area of study. Additionally, employers understand the benefits of studying film as it has such an impact on people’s thoughts and opinions.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Haverstock School directly.

Last updated date: 15 June 2016
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