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Richard Gent | Friday May 29, 2009

Categories: A Level, Eduqas (WJEC) A Level, WJEC A2, WJEC A2 Film Studies, WJEC AS, WJEC AS Film Studies , Film, Other Topics

Andrew Moore / Universalteacher.org.uk Studying Feature Films

BFI or British Film Institute. An excellent site which incorporates an online media glossary.

BFI / BT Screenonline Archive Interactives

BFI Screenonline Tours

BFI Film and Media Schemes of Work

BFI Film and Media Studies Resources for Teachers and Students

BFI on Using Film in the Classroom

Cinemaspace - University of California, Berkeley

Film Underground

Film Analysis Guide - Yale University, USA

The Film Analysis Guide was developed to meet the needs of faculty and students at Yale who are interested in becoming familiar with the vocabulary of film studies and the techniques of cinema. The user can either read the complete document or search out a particular topic of interest. Related links within the Guide are provided as appropriate, as are links to film clips illustrating the topic or term in question.

Film, Media and Drama Online Teaching and Learning Resources at Oxford University

Film Network

A BBC site that allows you to watch new short films from a range of genres. It also gives you the option of sending in your own short!

Film Philosophy

This Film Is Not Yet Rated

Film Studies at Southampton Uni

Film Studies Resources - University of Iowa, USA

German Expressionism

Guardian Unlimited on Cyber Cinema

BFI LFF.org.uk London Film Festival

Katpad An excellent site targeted at helping students studying AS and A Level Media Studies. Film Studies link.

Mediaed.org on Mise-en-scene

RSS Film & Media or Robert Symth School An excellent school site aimed at raising results in Media & Film Studies

Screenafrica.com Film & Screen Studies

BFI Screenonline

Senses of Cinema An online journal devoted to discussion of cinema

Sounds of Los Angeles Propel Collateral

Sublime Anarchy Gus Van Sant’s Elephant

Dave’s Trailer Page

Wikipedia on Film Theory

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