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Full course name: Film Studies AS
Year running: 17/18
Awarding body: WJEC GCE
This subject offers you the opportunity to develop your theoretical understanding of cinema through the study of the "language" of film (cinematography, mise-en-scene, sound and editing), how audiences "read" that language to make meaning and how the film industry finances, produces, markets and exhibits films. You will also investigate the concept of representation by analysing the messages and values contained in a range of different films.
The syllabus often requires close and detailed analysis of short sequences from films and although some units build on your knowledge and experience of commercial cinema, many of the case studies will be from historical, classic, alternative and world cinema.
To do this course you will need to meet our entry requirements.
AS assessment is based on one exam (60%) and two pieces of coursework (40%). A2 assessment is based on one exam (50%) and two pieces of coursework (50%).
This course may lead to university courses in Film/Media Studies, Humanities, Communications and Higher Education vocational courses in Film and Media production.