Film Studies at Palmer's College
Film Studies is designed to deepen your understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of film, the major art form of the twentieth century. We can all enjoy films but a full appreciation can only be reached by developing skills of observation, critical analysis and personal reflection. You will develop your written and verbal skills, understand how societal change impacts on films made, learn how to make a movie and study marketing and business strategies. The subject covers aspects of social psychology, history, art appreciation, photography, new technologies and business studies.
The ideal Film student will have an interest in all aspects of cinema - not just mainstream films.
• Exploring film form, British and American film
• Film research and creative projects; Film experiences, issues and debates
Minimum of four Cs and two Bs at GCSE which should include English Language grade C.
Its distinctive combination of academic and practical skills means that Film Studies is enthusiastically welcomed for a wide range of university courses. Past Palmer’s students are currently studying not just Film but also a huge range of degree courses, including Media and English courses at prestigious universities. There are a range of career opportunities in film, television, print and digital media.
More information is available from the College website.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Palmer's College directly.