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Title: GCSE Film Studies


1
GCSE Film Studies
  • Welcome!

2
GCSE Film Studies
  • Overview of the specification
  • (slides produced by Gerard Garvey)

3
GCSE Film Studies
  • Course designed to give flexibility
  • Encourages an integrated course
  • structure (combining topics and
  • coursework-like activities)

4
Rationale
  • Aim to
  • build on student experience
  • introduce students to broad range of film (some
    perhaps less familiar)
  • encourage students to gain some appreciation of
    industry and audience context to films
  • gain some understanding of how films shape
    peoples views

5
Rationale
  • Three inter-related study areas

Film (Film Language) Organisations Audiences
6
Overview of course
Exploring Creating
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Coursework
7
Exploring Film
Develop knowledge and understanding about
film Study of film language (micro, macro,
how and what films communicate) Study one set
genre Set genre for first examination in Summer
2009 and last examination in 2012 will be
Disaster films. Gain an awareness of the
contemporary film industry (mainly Hollywood) and
of the audiences for film.
8
Exploring Film outside Hollywood
Candidates study one film produced outside
Hollywood from a prescribed list in terms of
  • characters
  • narratives
  • representations
  • themes/issues raised by the
  • film
  • how film language
  • contributes to those
  • representations

9
External Assessment Exploring Film Genre Set
  • 4 Compulsory Questions (stepped questions)
  • Respond to an unseen moving image extract One
    question on film language
  • One question on genre
  • Respond to a still image
  • One question on marketing/promotion
  • Creative Tasks
  • Series of creative tasks assessing knowledge
  • and understanding of films in relation to
  • audience and industry

10
Assessment Film outside Hollywood
  • 3 Compulsory Questions
  • One question on representation in close study
    film
  • People, places, events
  • One question on issues raised in close study film
  • One creative task
  • Centred on personal response reviews, forum
    posting

11
Exploring Creating
Four main elements
Film Exploration Written exploration of micro features in an extract of candidates choice (350 -750 words)
Pitch Preproduction 150 word pitch for an imaginary film. This should form the basis of the preproduction tasks (chosen from a set of four options)
Production Chosen from a set of 5 options
Evaluation Brief reflective evaluation on learning about key study areas (Film language, audience and organisations)
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