Students will investigate the issues raised by films produced for a diverse range of audiences. They will be encouraged to begin with an investigation into their own personal use of film.
- personal response – the student as consumer
- film demand and consumption – stars and genres
- cinema-going experiences
- different kinds of consumption – TV, DVD, video, home cinema, internet,
- commercial and cultural importance of cinema
- everyday uses and pleasures
- audience appeal and interpretation
- target audiences and fans.
Controlled Assessment 3 – End of Unit Evaluation
By the end of this unit it is expected that all students will: reflect on their Studies this year and summarise and evaluate the key learning points with emerging Film Language.
Most students will: reflect on their Studies this year and summarise and reflect on and evaluate the key learning points with increasingly confident Film Language.
Some learners will have progressed further and will: reflect on their Studies this year and summarise and reflect on and evaluate the key learning points withy confident Film Language.
Film sequenxe production