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Last Minute Questions Eduqas Component 1 - Varieties of Film and Filmmaking »

Emily Prentice | Monday June 03, 2019

Categories: A Level, EDUQAS A Level, Component 1 Varieties of Film and Filmmaking, Section A (Hollywood 1930-1990 Comparative Study), Section B (American film since 2005 Two Film Study), Section C (British film since 1995 Two Film Study, Mock Exams, A Level Mock Exams, A Level Film

Section A: Hollywood 1930-1990 (comparative study)

  • 1(a)     Compare how far your chosen films can be understood  as the work of auteur directors.
  • 1(b)     Compare how your chosen films represent gender in the selection and combinations made in cinematography and mise-en-scene.

Section B: American Film since 2005 (two-film study)

  • 2(a)     How far do your chosen films enable diversity in spectator response?  Refer in detail to at least one sequence...
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New Mock Exams Here »

Morag Larsen | Thursday November 22, 2018

Categories: A Level, OCR A Level, EDUQAS A Level, Mock Exams, A Level Mock Exams, A Level Film

Each of our A Level Mock Exam packs contain a sample board specific Question Paper, sample Mark Scheme with sample Indicative Content.

Click below for your board specific materials:

OCR H410 A Level Assessment Materials

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WJEC A2 Film Studies FM4 Section B Spectatorship Documentaries Exemplar »

karenardouin | Monday June 10, 2013

Categories: A Level, EDUQAS A Level, EDUQAS A2, FM4, Section B: Spectatorship Topics, Analysis, Film Analysis, Films & Case Studies, Non-Hollywood Films, Fahrenheit 9/11, Grizzly Man, Marley, Senna, Super Size Me, Touching The Void, We Are The Lambeth Boys, Genres & Case Studies, Adventure, Biography, Comedy, Documentary, Drama, History, Independent, Music, Sport, Hot Entries, Key Concepts, Audience, Film Language, Representation, Mock Exams, A Level Mock Exams

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With reference to the films you have studied for this topic, how far can it be said that different kinds of documentaries offer different kinds of spectator experiences?

The spectator experience is dependent on a number of factors including environment of reception for example (where it is seen) and specifically purpose, whether to entertain, inform, educate or persuade. Documentaries are diverse in content and can suggest...

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WJEC A2 Film Studies FM4 Section B Spectatorship Fahrenheit 9/11 Kurt and Courtney Exemplar »

karenardouin | Monday June 10, 2013

Categories: A Level, EDUQAS A Level, EDUQAS A2, FM4, Section B: Spectatorship Topics, Analysis, Film Analysis, Films & Case Studies, Non-Hollywood Films, Bowling For Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, Kurt & Courtney, Genres & Case Studies, Biography, Documentary, History, Music, War, Hot Entries, Key Concepts, Audience, Film Language, Representation, Mock Exams, A Level Mock Exams

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‘A common experience for the spectator when watching a documentary is to be manipulated by the filmmakers’. How far do you agree with this statement? (35)

Generally, documentaries are created in order to impart information and, in the main, to persuade the audience into believing a particular viewpoint. The contract between audience and filmmaker is considered along with the code of ethics with regard to documenting the real....

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