Edusites Film offers a comprehensive collection of outstanding online Film Studies teaching resources to help teachers and students. From Avant Garde Godard to block buster super heroes there is no doubt that we humans love a film. The academic study of film offers students the vision to create their own stories in innovative and novel ways.

A Level and IB Film students - How to keep engagement and develop skills in this Year 11

A Level and IB Film students - How to keep engagement and develop skills in this Year 11

In this lacuna of teaching and learning, we can use this time to envelop young people in our love of film. Using your Edusites Film membership engages both potential and first year A Level and IB in your love of film as an academic discipline.

A Level and IB Film students - How to keep engagement and develop skills in this Year 11

How often have we complained about the narrow curriculum available to us and the demands of the exam, but this corona lacuna allows us to develop and introduce students to film as a conduit for ideas, writing, analysis and visual storytelling.

A Level and IB Film students - How to keep engagement and develop skills in this Year 11

This week lecturer Andrea Joyce from Long Road Sixth Form College considers using Kermode’s ‘Secrets of Cinema’ as an opportunity to introduce students to Film.

But first who is Mark Kermode?

Mark Kermode is a well-respected film critic.

He is the main film critic for The Observer, writes regularly for the seminal film magazine Sight & Sound, and has regular TV and radio programmes giving him multiple platforms on which to talk about film.

A Level and IB Film students - How to keep engagement and develop skills in this Year 11

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