English Media Coursework Film Review
BTEC Level 3 in Digital Media, available at Key Stage 5, allows students the opportunity to take a more practical approach with extended production and research projects which involve learning practical skills for creative media environment.
The current Level 3 course is 50% coursework based and also consists of two exams worth 25% each.
This experience is valuable for students looking to pursue a career in film and media production.
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Film Studies is a subject that by its nature, requires candidates to consider individual, moral, ethical, social, cultural and contemporary issues.
The course is split into coursework and examination as below: Year 12 Component 1: Varieties of film and filmmaking (35%) Section A: Hollywood 1930 - 1990: Students compare a classic Hollywood film ( KS3 Intro Film Club: Students can watch and review films online as part of this vibrant British Film Institute initiative.
Students complete units details below: Unit 1: Media Products and Audiences (examined unit) Unit 2: Pre-Production and Planning (examined unit) Unit 3: Create a Media Project Unit 20: Advertising Media Unit 21: Plan and deliver a Pitch for a Media Product Unit 24: Cross Media Industry Awareness Film Studies A Level (WJEC) is a two year GCE course that covers a range of both theoretical and practical skills that allow students a more analytical approach to film experience.
In our vibrant Media and Film Studies department, we believe that students should be given the skills to think for themselves, to develop informed opinions and become responsible citizens of this digital world.
The department provides a variety of methods and opportunities to study Media and Film at Key Stage 4 and 5 offering GCSE Media Studies, A Level Film Studies and BTEC Level 3 in Digital Media.
The faculty in the Department of Film, Television and Digital Media is comprised of an international group of industry professionals who have worked on feature films and television programs around the world.
From them, students learn not only the creative and technical aspects of the moving image but its history and theory as well.