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Film Studies

Film Studies is an engaging and exciting subject that gives students an opportunity to develop a critical perspective on this popular medium and the role it plays within contemporary society. Students gain an appreciation of film as an art form in terms of its visual storytelling, whilst also exploring how values, attitudes, ideas, and beliefs are communicated in film. Students are introduced to key academic theories in relation to film including aesthetics, representation, ideology, genre and auteurism. We study films from a broad range of historical and cultural contexts as well as different genres and students develop their critical thinking and analytical skills to write perceptive and thoughtful personal responses to film. All our courses also incorporate a creative production element where students will be able to put what they have learnt into practice by making a short film or writing a screenplay.

KS4 GCSE Film Studies *NEW* from Sept 2020

Click here for the Film Studies Eduqas website and here for the Film Studies Eduqas GCSE specification (C670QS) 

This is a new GCSE that we are excited to be offering for the Sept 2020 to June 2022 GCSE awards Options suite.

KS5 Film Studies A Level - Y12

Click here for the OCR Film Studies website and here for the Film Studies Specification H410.

This is a new A level this year and is for the current Y12s and onwards, first examination in June 2021.

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