(WJEC A2 Film Studies Exam Practice Section A)
Analysing La Haine
World Cinema: Distinctive Visual Features
World Cinema: Social and Political Context
Spectatorship and Emotional Response: American History X, This is England, United 93(WJEC A2 Film Studies Exam Practice Section B)
Creating the opportunity for emotional responses in popular films is simply to do with manipulating the audience: mainstream films don’t attempt to use emotional responses to make any more considered points. From your experience would you agree with this?
How far is the emotional response to mainstream films triggered by specific techniques used by the filmmakers?
Explore possible reasons to explain why a second or third viewing of a film can actually increase the emotional response rather than lessen it.
Would you agree that strong emotional effects areachieved in some films by the careful construction techniques and in others bythe subject matter itself?
Deconstructing American History X dinner table scene
Deconstructing cinema: This is England
Single Film Study: Fight Club (WJEC A2 Film Studies Exam Practice Section C)
Is Fight Club a film about power and control rather than liberation?