Coming May 2023
Revised and updated to match the latest WJEC Eduqas GCSE Film Studies specification and covering many of the latest film texts for assessment from 2024, this highly visual and engaging Student Book will support students through the course and help prepare them for their exams.
- Written by a team of experienced examiners and teachers, this book offers high quality support you can trust.
- Comprehensive definitions of key terms throughout the book with examples of how they should be used in analyses.
- Case studies of key films provide an in-depth exploration of the key elements of film form.
- A dedicated chapter on the Non-Examined Assessment production element of the specification provides clear guidance on how students will be assessed.
- New stretch and challenge tasks allow students to further develop their understanding.
- Exam-style questions enable students to test themselves and help refine exam technique.
- Sample exam questions with student answers and teacher commentaries show how to produce high-mark answers and prepare for the exam.
Sample material available now! Click on the Resources and Downloads tab to download a selection of draft pages.
Dave Fairclough is Head of Film Studies at Ryburn Valley High School in Halifax, West Yorkshire and is a senior examiner for GCSE Film Studies for a major awarding body.
Leanne Madge is Vice Principal at The Spires College and teaches KS4 and KS5 Film Studies. She also delivers training to Film teachers and is a senior examiner for GCSE Film.
Ian Moreno-Melgar is Head of Film Studies at a large comprehensive Academy in South Yorkshire. He is a Senior Examiner for GCSE Film Studies for a major examining body and is also a educational consultant to the British Film Institute.
Jackie Newman was the Director of Media Arts at a comprehensive school in West Yorkshire and was a senior examiner for GCSE Film Studies for a major awarding body.
Julie Patrick is Head of Media Studies at Ryburn Valley High School, teaching Media and Film at KS4 and 5. She also delivers training to Media teachers and was a Principal examiner for Film Studies GCSE.
Kelly Fincham started her career in journalism and, having worked on the set of Hollywood productions such as Stardust (2007), worked as a privately commissioned screenwriter. She was Head of Screenwriting and Film Studies at a Kent college and is now a Principal Examiner and a Moderator for GCSE Film Studies for a major awarding body.
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