Welcome
Week 1 & 2 - Welcome to A-Level Film Studies
Week 3 - European Film - Core Study Areas
Week 4 - Global Film - European Film - Another Round - The Context
Week 5 - Another Round - Character and Scene Analysis
Week 6 - Another Round - Themes
Week 7 - Global Film - Non-European Film - Taxi Tehran - The Context
Week 8 - Taxi Tehran - Rules and Regulations
Week 9 - Taxi Tehran - Micro Analysis
Week 10 - Global Film - Practice Questions
Week 11 - Documentary Film - Core Study Areas
Week 12 - Documentary Film - Amy - The Context
Week 13 - Amy - The Director and Analysis
Week 14 - Documentary Film - Exam Practice
Week 15 - Hollywood Film 1930-1990 Comparative Study - Core Study Areas
Week 16 - Classic Hollywood - Hollywood History
Week 17 - Classic Hollywood - Auteur Theory & Foregrounding context
Week 18 - Classic Hollywood - Vertigo - The Context
Week 19 - Classic Hollywood - Vertigo - Connotations of Colour
Week 20 - New Hollywood - Alien - The Context
Week 21 - New Hollywood - Alien - Film Style
Week 22 - Hollywood - Vertigo and Alien - Endings
Week 23 - American film since 2005 - La La Land - The Context
Week 24 - American film since 2005 - La La Land - Themes
Week 25 - American film since 2005 - La La Land - Spectator vs Audience
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NEA / Coursework (A-Level)

In order to submit your production, you will need to attend four moderation sessions with a tutor. These sessions allow us to provide proof to the exam board that all coursework that has been produced has been done so independently and without unauthorised assistance. The sessions will take the following format:

Session 1
Planning and Research
Session 2
First Draft
Session 3
Final Draft
Session 4
Evaluation
Student will provide evidence of planning and research for their production.Student will present a first draft of their production which will be compared to the technical specification.Student will present a final draft of their production which will be compared to the technical specification.Student will present their evaluation which will be compared to the technical specification.

Each of the above sessions will be booked in when the student arrives at the relevant stage of completion.