Want to persuade 'the powers that be' to add Film Studies A level to your Sixth Form or College curriculum? our helpful and downloadable and editable guide shows how Film Studies opens up careers potential and benefits retention, progression, and progress of any post 16 provision. From Avant-Garde to Godard to blockbuster superheroes there is no doubt that we humans love a story.
When Wade Watts enters the Distracted Globe nightclub in Ready Player One, Steven Spielberg’s movie adaptation of Ernest Cline’s novel, he walks right past The Joker. Today it is almost enough to
A story of power and control over the Los Angeles transport system, the film can be watched as a film noir and as a buddy movie and as a postmodern movie in terms of its integration of, and reference to, various American animated film characters. Does that sound familiar in light of the Ernest Cline novel, and subsequent Steven Spielberg film adaptation, Ready Player One?
This summer, there was some film-fan excitement at the news that a new, Hollywood-backed adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Witches was to be written and directed by fantasy-movie veteran, Robert Zemeckis.
We've been having fun printing these booklets for A Level Film Studies students. They can be printed and read anywhere; we are encouraging case study bus/tube reading instead of phone playing. We are using them, not just as case studies about our chosen films, but also as examples of accessible academic writing about film.
We had a think. Amy’s students needed more direction than just being let loose with cameras they had plenty of experience using.
Resonant is a word that we might accord to the OED. Therefore, maybe it follows that, in an exciting and telling revision to the great book, a set of newly-added film terms and references speak to the increasingly embedded resonance that film culture has in our daily lives.
This unit is written by The Edusites and Ofqual expert subject advisor, Senior Film Studies Exams Examiner Wayne O’Brien.
We don’t assume that because we’ve been on an airplane we can make an airplane, so why do we assume that students watch films and then can make a film?
Horror has always had currency in Film. Do we look…. or do we look away? #EdusitesCreepingItReal