Creative coursework allows you to develop your own short film projects.
Film and Media ‘Oscars’ night to celebrate your success.
100% pass rate achieved since 2015.
Love film? Then A Level Film Studies is the course for you. You will develop your skills of analysis by studying film as an art form, exploring a wide range of films, from art house movies to blockbusters to Bollywood. You will also have the opportunity to put your ideas and skills into practice by making your own short film.
As well as analysing films, including ‘micro analysis’ of short extracts and broader study, you will examine how they are produced, marketed and exhibited to audiences – with particular focus on the role new media technologies have in the industry. The non-exam assessment work will include researched studies and the creation of your own mini-movie. You may choose to work in storyboard or screenplay as well as using video.
A minimum of 5 GCSEs with a grade 4 (grade C) or above in English.
Other A Levels
Film Studies combines well with any Arts or Social Science A Levels. Film Studies and Media Studies are two distinct subject areas and can be studied alongside each other – Media Studies is broader in that it looks at a variety of other creative industries, such as music and television.
Where will my course lead to?
This course will provide you with analytical, critical and creative skills that will be useful in just about any subject or career. You may progress to university and study a degree in Film or Media, or use Film Studies as a general entrance qualification relevant to a wide range of art and social science subjects. It can lead to various careers connected to the film industry.
There is a £20 additional course cost for this course.