b') LEVEL 3 URSES (CO DVANCED AENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCEFILM STUDIESA LevelA LevelEnvironmental Science links together the subjectsFilm Studies is designed to introduce you to a of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology andwide variety of lm texts in order to broaden your Geography. On the course you will investigateknowledge and understanding of lm and the range local and international environmental issues,of responses it can generate.topical and current policies and issues, and learn to evaluate and assess data and information fromIn the rst year of the course you will study a number of dierent sources. You will look at howmainstream American cinema, as well as recent the planet works; the soil and rocks, the oceans,contemporary British lms, with specic units the atmosphere and the complex living world thatcovering American independent and European, non-depends upon these systems. How man is upsettingEnglish language lms. In the second year of the and damaging the environment is contrastedcourse you will also study silent lm, documentary, with sustainable management of the planet.experimental and short lms.Environmental scientists are actively tackling a range of issues facing the world, such as climate change,Although not a wholly practical course, production pollution, desertication and GM technology.work is a crucial part of Film Studies - engaging in a Guest lecturers will visit the College and you willwide variety of lm styles, periods and movements participate in eld trips including a visit to Marwellwill enable you to create high quality short moving Zoo to look at captive breeding programmes. image sequences and screenplay work.ASSESSMENT ASSESSMENT100% exams. 70% exams and 30% practical coursework.ADDITIONAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ADDITIONAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTSGrade 5 in two GCSE Sciences (double award or twoGrade 4 in English Language, Film or Media Studies.separate sciences) and Grade 5 in GCSE Maths and GCSE English Language.INNOVATI V E T HINKI N G40 WWW.GODALMING.AC.UK'