AS/A level Film Studies
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An exciting and diverse range of set films
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- AS Guidance for Teaching
- A Level Guidance for Teaching
- Online Exam Review
- AS Component 1 Sample Paper
- AS Component 2 Sample Paper
- Film Studies Teacher Network
- [Webinar] AS/A level Film Studies: Intro to the new specification
- Exploring the US and UK Film Industry
- Eduqas Digital Resources website: Film Studies
- Experimental film (1960-2000) factsheets
- Film movements - Silent cinema factsheets
- American film since 2005 (two-film study) factsheets
- Documentary film factsheets
- Global film (two-film study) factsheets
- British film since 1995 (two-film study) factsheets
- Hollywood 1930 - 1990 (comparative study) factsheets
- Component 2 - Documentary Film
- UK Film Study
- GCE AS Course Planner
- A level Course Planner
All Course Materials
We offer a range of materials to support the teaching and learning of this qualification.
Next generation of young filmmakers recognised at Moving Image Awards
Talented young filmmakers have been recognised for their outstanding work at the fourth annual Moving Image...
Moving Image Awards 2017 – celebrating young UK filmmakers
The fourth Moving Image Awards will be held on Friday 12th January at the BFI Southbank in London to ...
And the nominees for the Moving Image Awards 2017 are….
We are delighted to announce the shortlist nominees for the Moving Image Awards 2017.
Moving Image Awards 2017
The Moving Image Awards, designed in partnership with the British Film Institute, recognises and rewards the UK's most talented young film-makers. Every year, students undertaking WJEC qualifications in Film and Media are invited to submit their work for consideration by our panel of judges.
Why choose WJEC Eduqas Film?
The established awarding organisation for Film Studies
Over 30 years' assessment and specification development experience
A commitment to diversity and innovation
A broad choice of films for students
The same films set for AS and A level to allow co-teachability
Assessment which gives maximum opportunity for students to demonstrate all that they have learnt
Detailed mark schemes with guidance on all films set
Films which foreground filmmakers' creative approach to the medium
Creative work at the centre of the qualification – a choice of either filmmaking or screenwriting
Our Moving Image Awards held at the British Film Institute recognise student achievements
Uniform design across GCSE, AS and A level to enable coherent progression
Unique support and resources
Direct access to film subject specialists
Textbook due for publication in Summer 2017
Guidance for teaching resources on course planning and all set films (coming in 2017)