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OCR GCE Film Studies H410/02: Critical approaches to film Advanced GCE 2021 Mark Scheme (DRAFT)

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Mark Scheme November 2021 8 SECTION A 1* Discuss how the films you have studied use micro-elements of film form to construct representations of social groups. You must include examples from one Br... itish film and one US film you have studied. [35] Assessment Objectives AO1: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of elements of film. 15 marks AO2: Apply knowledge and understanding of elements of film to analyse film (strand 1a), including through the use of critical approaches (strand 1c), to evaluate the significance of critical approaches (strand 2). 20 marks Indicative content Material listed below demonstrates how candidates might approach the question. It is a description of possible content only. It is not prescriptive, nor is it exclusive; examiners must be careful to reward original but well-focused answers. Candidates must reference two films: one British film and one US film. The question requires candidates to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the micro-elements of film form and discuss how they are used to construct representations of social groups. Candidates should consider how aspects of the micro-elements of cinematography, mise-en- scène and performance are shaped by editing and sound to construct representations of social and cultural groups within each of the set films. Candidates will be expected to identify key representations in each film and discuss how some of the micro-elements of film form contribute to the way in which the social and cultural groups they identify have been re-presented to audiences. Candidates should also consider ways in which the social, cultural, political and historical contexts of their chosen films affect these representations. Candidates should refer to specific examples from the two chosen films in detail and there should be a sense of coherence in the answer that reflects an overall understanding of the way in which micro-elements are used to construct representations. Additional guidance Refer to the generic marking grid for Questions 1 and 2.H410/02 Mark Scheme November 2021 9 2* ‘Films reflect the social attitudes and beliefs of the time they were made.’ Discuss this statement in relation to examples from one British film and one US film you have studied. [35] Assessment Objectives AO1: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of elements of film. 15 marks AO2: Apply knowledge and understanding of elements of film to analyse film (strand 1a), including through the use of critical approaches (strand 1c), to evaluate the significance of critical approaches (strand 2). 20 marks Indicative Content Material listed below demonstrates how candidates might approach the question. It is a description of possible content only. It is not prescriptive, nor is it exclusive; examiners must be careful to reward original but well-focused answers. Candidates must reference two films, one British film and one US film. The question requires candidates to consider how the films they have studied can be seen to reflect prevailing social, cultural and political attitudes at the time of their production. Candidates should discuss how each film’s narrative and representations are influenced by wider contexts and show understanding of how this may lead spectators to read texts differently. Candidates, particularly in the higher mark bands, may show awareness of how each film’s narrative and representations communicate messages that can potentially help facilitate social, cultural and political change, acknowledging that the films are not solely a reflection of the dominant attitudes of the time they were made. There should be a sense of coherence in the answer that reflects an overall understanding of how films can be seen to reflect attitudes and beliefs. Candidates should refer to specific examples from the two chosen films in detail. Additional guidance Refer to the generic marking grid for Questions 1 and 2.H410/02 Mark Scheme November 2021 10 Question 1 and 2 Generic Marking Grid (to be used in conjunction with Question Specific Guidance for each question) NB: If candidates only refer to one set film in their answer then they are limited to a maximum mark of the top of level 3. Level (Mark) AO1 (Mark) Level AO2 (Strand 1a, 1c, strand 2) 5 (13–15) A comprehensive demonstration of knowledge and understanding of elements of film: • A clearly relevant, sustained and sophisticated response to the set question. • A comprehensive understanding demonstrated through the level of breadth or depth of material used. • Use of film terminology is highly relevant and accurate. 5 (17–20) A comprehensive response that offers sophisticated and confident analysis and use of critical approaches in response to the question set. • Comprehensive analysis of the chosen films • Comprehensive use of the different critical approaches to film. • Comprehensive evaluation of the significance of critical approaches. These are integrated throughout the response and are placed in context. • Well-developed and detailed line of reasoning which is coherent and logically structured. The information presented is entirely relevant and substantiated. 4 (10–12) A good demonstration of knowledge and understanding of elements of film. • A relevant, generally accurate and appropriate response to the set question. • A generally accurate and detailed knowledge and understanding demonstrated through the level of breadth or depth of material used. • An accurate and appropriate use of film terminology. 4 (13–16) A good response that offers highly relevant and confident analysis and use of critical approaches in response to the question set. • Good analysis of the chosen films. • Good use of the different critical approaches to film. • Good evaluation of the significance of critical approaches. These are integrated throughout the response and are placed in context. • Well-developed line of reasoning which is clear and logically structured. The information presented is relevant and in the most part [Show More]

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