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Amores Perros A Level Film Case Study »

Richard Gent | Tuesday March 28, 2023

Categories: Analysis, Film Analysis, Shot Analysis, Title Sequences, Films & Case Studies, World Cinema, Amores Perros, Genres & Case Studies, Mexican, Social Realism, Key Concepts, Audience, Film Language, Genre, Narrative, Representation, Research, Starters, KS5 Film Studies Starters, Theory, Auteur Theory, Film Theory

Copyright © 2018 Edusites. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for educational use within the subscribing school only. Copying or lending of any part of this document in any form or by any means to external bodies and / or individuals is prohibited. In studying a film such as Amores Perros, a film that’s widely regarded as a ‘classic’, there’s a wealth of discourse to engage with. Worth noting immediately is that translated into English, the title…
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Morag Larsen | Friday June 19, 2015

Categories: KS3, GCSE, A Level, Analysis, Film Analysis, Hot Entries, Key Concepts, Film Language, Representation, Production Zone, Moving Image Production, Research, Film Research, Scriptwriting, Starters, Storyboarding

Introducing our DVD & Book Resources for Film & Media Editsense & Filmsense £69.00+VAT (30% off) ‘Editsense is a new approach to learning about film language and film-making’. This is an interactive DVD with excellent, practical examples of film - perfect for teachers of moving image, be it English, Creative and Digital Media or Film Studies. It has over fifty video examples and includes materials for the introduction and revision of film. There are no audio clips. The site…
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Making Movies Make Sense DVD | An Interactive Guide to Using Film »

Richard Gent | Monday September 17, 2012

Categories: KS3, Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Analysis, Film Analysis, Shot Analysis, Hot Entries, Key Concepts, Film Language, Representation, Starters, KS3 Film Studies Starters

What is Making Movies Make Sense? ‘Making Movies Make Sense’ is an all-new interactive resource to help you run film viewing and filmmaking activities with children and young people. Making Movies Make Sense shows you: What equipment you need The key principles: camera, lighting, sound and editing How to make a film step by step: planning, filming and editing Practical activities for classroom and out-of-school contexts What films to use Making Movies Make Sense is illustrated with…
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KS5 Film Studies Starters »

nicoleponsford | Wednesday September 12, 2012

Categories: A Level, OCR A Level, OCR A2, OCR AS, EDUQAS A Level, EDUQAS AS, EDUQAS A2, Hot Entries, Starters, KS5 Film Studies Starters

Synergy Starter Ask students to come up with as many ways that they can use synergy to sell a film. You can give them the genre / narrative, or get them to come up with this. Works best in small groups. Compare and add to one another’s ideas. See What is Synergy? for assistance. Explore The Theory ICT Give the students a range of film theories to explore. You can share these out amongst the group, or get them to focus on one a lesson so you can discuss it later. Examples include Post…
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KS4 Film Studies Starters »

nicoleponsford | Wednesday September 12, 2012

Categories: GCSE, WJEC GCSE, Hot Entries, Starters, KS4 Film Studies Starters

A-Z of Films Students are to think as many films as they can either for one letter: ‘A’ is for Amelie, American Pyscho. Or they have to think of one for A, then B etc. Test Your Technical Knowledge Show a music video and get the students to write down as many examples of a moving image technique: Camerawork Editing Sound Mise En Scene Special Effects As music videos are about 3 minutes long, you have time for them to discuss/ share their thoughts as a class. A Mix Up Using key words, jumble…
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