Film Studies A Level at New College Telford
If you have a genuine interest in film and the film industry, as well as the wide range of cinema from different periods, you could be looking at the right course for you. You'll need to enjoy discussing your responses to films both in class discussion and through written assignments.
This exciting course covers a broad range of topics such as British and American cinema, exploring film form, film research and creative projects, and varieties of film experience, issues and debates. You will need to consider how key concepts inform film production and consumption, for example, you might consider how a film is reflective of society and the time in which it was produced. The course covers a range of films from all around the world and is an academic study of the medium of film. Assessment is both exam and coursework based.
A minimum of five GCSEs at grades A* to C including English Language.
Students who have previously studied Film have gone on to degrees such as Practical Film Making, Film and Culture and Film Studies.
This course combines well with Art, Drama and Theatre Studies, English, History, Law, Media, Psychology, Sociology and other creative arts or humanities courses.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact New College Telford directly.