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Eduqas A Level Edusites Case Studies

Eduqas A Level Edusites Case Studies

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Component 1: Varieties of film and filmmaking

For this component, learners must study:

  • two Hollywood films, one from the Classical Hollywood period (1930 - 1960) and the other from the New Hollywood period (1961 - 1990) (comparative study)
  • two American films produced since 2005, one mainstream film and one contemporary independent film (two - film study)
  • two British films (two - film study)

Section A: Hollywood 1930 - 1990 (comparative study)

Group 1: Classical Hollywood

Group 2: New Hollywood

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