|Television & Film | |Unit 26: Film Studies |Title: Analytical Approaches and Relationships between Films and | | |their Production Context | | |Year: 2013 |Group: Year 12 | |Assignment Handout: |Assignment Deadline: |Assessor: | | / /2013 |Draft Submission: / /2013 |G. Rushworth | | |Final Submission: / /2013 | |
|This brief has been approved by: |Date: | |J. MacKay |Jan 13 |
|Context | | | |This unit aims to develop learners’ understanding of how films are created for specific audiences and how they make meaning for those | |audiences through an exploration of industry practices and the application of a range of theoretical approaches. The insights that | |learners develop will inform their future production work. |
|Learning Outcomes: |Unit: | |Be able to apply different analytical approaches to films |26.1 | |Understand the relationship between films and their production contexts |26.2 |
|Useful Resources: | |www.imdb.com | |Film website with range of industry and film information | |www.empireonline.co.uk | |Possibly word’s biggest and best film magaizine with huge back catalouge of reviews/features | | | |There is a very large selection of DVDs available in Media Studies. Just ask a Media teacher to take a look. |
|Task 1: Analytical Approaches | |PASS |Using the analytical approaches of genre analysis, content analysis and auteur theory, create a |ρ |P1 | | |detailed discussion of the gangster genre. | | | | |...