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Our reformed GCSE (9-1), AS and A level specifications in Film Studies are available for teaching from September.

Becky Ellis, Film Studies Subject Officer:
"Using more than 30 years' experience of designing film studies qualifications, we have developed a suite of exciting qualifications which will engage students through filmmaking, screenwriting and studying a diverse range of film, past and present.

GCSE (9-1)
We're offering choice a diverse set of options designed to introduce students to films from the past and the present as well as from around the world. At GCSE (9-1), students can explore classic films such as Rear Window and E.T. together with contemporary films as varied as Skyfall, District 9, Let the Right One In, Juno and The Hurt Locker.

AS and A level
At AS, classic films from the past include One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Blade Runner, whilst more recent films range from Shaun of the Dead, Pan's Labyrinth, We Need to Talk about Kevin, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Boyhood and Victoria

Those progressing on to A level can add films like No Country for Old MenInceptionCarolCity of GodWild Tales and classics such as Vertigo and Some Like it Hot. Students will also be able to broaden their experience of film through studying silent, avant-garde and experimental films and documentaries.

FREE Supporting Resources
A textbook to accompany the GCSE (9-1) specification is available to order now, an AS/A level textbook will be available later in the academic year.

In addition, each specification is  supported by a comprehensive range of free online resources, which include briefings on all the films set. We also have free Guidance for Teaching resources for each specification. These fully illustrated documents include schemes of work, classroom activities and revision aids.

Social Media
Over the coming weeks, our team will be posting further updates on our Facebook group and Twitter account for teachers choosing to deliver our Film Studies specifications. To get involved or feedback simply hashtag #EduqasFilm.

 For enquiries regarding our Film Studies qualifications contact:

Rebecca Ellis
Subject Officer
029 2026 5195

Hannah Macaulay
Subject Support Officer
029 2026 5101