OW & WHY DOES NARRATIVE CINEMA PROVIDE  PLEASURE ? (Film Form & Narrative and/or Genre)


(A1) Ample evidence of a clear understanding of particular media forms and the way they organise meanings.

(D1) Evidence of the ability to gather and deploy ideas to formulate a solid concept that is intellectually creditable.


(B3) Evidence of a clear ability to carry out creditable level research, evaluating and drawing upon a range of sources (academic and non academic) and research approaches relevant to the chosen concept/idea.


(C4) Evidence of a clear ability to experiment with forms and techniques as appropriate.

(B1) Evidence of the ability to put into practice very soundly ideas stimulated by critical debates around media production.

(A5/B2) Evidence of a creditable level of understanding of ones own cultural output, and a solid ability to reflect upon it, with reference to academic or professional debates and practices.

(A2) Evidence of a sustained understanding of the context of communication and as a consequence the shifting configurations of cultural output.

(A4) Evidence of a clear understanding of the cultural responsibilities of the media producer.

(A6/C2) Evidence of a solid understanding of modes of address and the ways people engage with cultural productions.


(C3) Evidence of the ability to realise creditable level creative work within programme making and short film.

(D5/A3/C1) Evidence of the ability to deliver very sound work in a professional manner which demonstrates an understanding of key production practices and operational competency.

(D2/D3) Evidence of the ability to manage media projects and to communicate with others.

(D4) Evidence of the ability to work productively in a team (as appropriate).

(D6) Evidence of a very sound ability to use a range of digital/IT technologies to an appropriate proficiency.
Written using the Harvard Referencing System”

Not too much use of the Internet for research.