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Film Studies encourages learners to watch, engage critically with and explore a wide range of film; to develop and sustain confident, personal responses to film via textual analysis; and to enjoy a variety of critically acclaimed films across the major genres. These include films from different cultural perspectives sci-fi, ...
As well as learning how to develop your creative skills, you will be developing your ICT skills so that by the end of the course you should be able to manage and communicate all sorts of digital information. You will also develop the skills required to follow a creative ...
This course is for students interested in developing creative practical skills that are critical for the media industry. Students will learn a range of skills and techniques to equip them for future careers in the competitive media industry.
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As a student, you will gain extensive experience of using broadcast quality, state-of-the-art, equipment including professional Sony digital video cameras and have access to a media studio equipped with vision mixer, green screen, and tungsten lights. Computer suites are equipped with Apple Mac Pro computers running industry standard editing ...
You will be assessed in three ways in the second year of the course:
Component 1 Media Products, Industries and Audiences This is a written exam split into two sections of equal value, lasting 2 hours 15 minutes, which counts for 35% of your final grade.
This course provides an opportunity for those who have an interest in media to explore, develop and test their creativity within a qualification structure which is stimulating and demanding and provides a supportive transition from general to more specialized study.
This qualification has been designed for students who have an interest in media to have a broad diagnostic experience that provides them with an understanding of the discipline and prepares them for the reality of the sector.