We endeavour to provide a wide range of learning experiences for our students which will prepare them for further study of the subject and a career in the Industry.At GCSE we follow the WJCE specification which is 70% non-exam assessment and 30% exam.Take courses that range from Documentary & Avant Garde Cinema to Film Exhibition & Programming.
Selected nonprofits are then partnered with a class that works with the organization to visualize and produce a polished, high-impact media production.
The Film/Media Studies Program offers students the opportunity to learn about historic and contemporary film exhibition while earning class credit.
Arts Merit Scholarships are available to prospective students.
See detailed major & minor requirements The Film/Media Studies Production Clinic offers students real-world experience in producing broadcast-quality content for nonprofit organizations across the country.
BTEC Level 3 in Digital Media, available at Key Stage 5, allows students the opportunity to take a more practical approach with extended production and research projects which involve learning practical skills for creative media environment.
English Media Coursework Film Review
The current Level 3 course is 50% coursework based and also consists of two exams worth 25% each.The internship, based at the historic Campus Theatre in downtown Lewisburg, focuses on film and digital cinema projection.After learning their way around a projector, interns are responsible for curatorial research, producing promotional materials and delivering state-of-the-art projection.Students studying creative writing, literature, film/media studies, art & art history, music and theatre are eligible for scholarships that range from ,500 to ,000 per year.Media and Film have become an integral part of our culture.GCSE Media studies gives students a chance to develop a critical understanding of the role of the media in daily life.It encourages an understanding oif how to use key media concepts to analyse media products and the opportunity for hands-on practical work.This experience is valuable for students looking to pursue a career in film and media production.Learn more about the Campus Theatre Internship Bucknell offers merit scholarships to applicants who have extraordinary talent in the arts.In our vibrant Media and Film Studies department, we believe that students should be given the skills to think for themselves, to develop informed opinions and become responsible citizens of this digital world.The department provides a variety of methods and opportunities to study Media and Film at Key Stage 4 and 5 offering GCSE Media Studies, A Level Film Studies and BTEC Level 3 in Digital Media.