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Richard Gent | Friday January 18, 2013

Categories: KS3, GCSE, A Level, Hot Entries, Key Concepts, Film Language, Production Zone, Moving Image Production, Print Production, Research, Film Research, Scriptwriting, An Introduction to Scriptwriting, Storyboarding, An Introduction to Storyboarding

Here are some apps that are used in and out of the Film Studies classroom. We’ve attempted to find links to the different operating systems to help identify if the version you need exists.

Language

Close Up Film Language Glossary iOS

The Close-Up Film Language Glossary of the well-known German Educational Publishers Schöningh provides clear and concise definitions of essential film language terms used in basic and advanced film courses. Though geared for use in high school (particular sixth forms) and higher education the glossary is appropriate for anyone generally interested in film and film analysis.

The Close-Up Film Language Glossary contains a unique collection of ‘Visual markers’, which are visualizations of filmic means and techniques. Groups of visual markers provide a quick and comprehensive overview of important categories of film language. The Visual markers can be used as a kind of check list when analyzing the different aspects of film language.

The Close-Up Film Language Glossary places particular emphasis on the often neglected topics composition and color in film.

  • Close Up Film Language Glossary iOS

Genre

GCSE Media Studies TV Crime Drama iOS

For students taking their GCSE in Media Studies this summer, GCSE Media Studies TV Crime Drama is the revision aid to help you achieve your potential.

Featuring revision notes, diagrams and multiple choice quizzes, GCSE Media Studies TV Crime Drama is the all-in-one revision aid that you need.

Developed by David Smailes (ICT & Media Studies Teacher)

  • GCSE Media Studies TV Crime Drama iOS

Typography

WhatTheFont iOS & Android

Identify the fonts in a photo or web graphic!

Ever seen a great font in a magazine ad, poster, or on the web and wondered what font it is? Whip out your phone and snap a photo, and WhatTheFont Mobile will identify that font in seconds!
Instant gratification

WhatTheFont Mobile connects directly to MyFonts’ acclaimed font identification service,...


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