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WJEC Fm Jan 2012 Exam Paper

WJEC Fm Jan 2012 Exam Paper

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SM*(W12-1184-01)
ADDITIONAL MATERIALS
In addition to this examination paper, you will need:
•
a 12 page answer book.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
Use black ink or black ball-point pen.Answer
three
questions,
one
rom each section.Your chosen flm or
Section C
must not be used as one o your two main flms or Sections A or B.Write your answers in the separate answer book provided.
INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES
Questions in Sections A and B carry 35 marks. Questions in Section C carry 30 marks.The number o marks is given in brackets at the end o each question.You are reminded that assessment will take into account the quality o written communication usedin your answers.
GCE A level
1184/01
FILM STUDIES
FM4 Varieties of Film Experience – Issues and Debates
P.M. MONDAY, 23 January 20122
¾
hours
 
2
(1184-01)
FM4: Varieties of Film Experience – Issues and Debates
Answer
three
questions – 
one
from each section.In
Sections A and B
, refer to a minimum of 
two
relevant films in your answers.Your
chosen film for Section C
must
not
be used as one of your two main films for Sections A and B.
Section A: World Cinema Topics
Choose
ONE
question from this section.
Aspects of a National Cinema
Your answer should be based on a minimum of 
two
films and should be based on
one
of the following:
 
Japanese Cinema 1950-1970 Iranian Cinema 1990-presentMexican Cinema 1990-present
 
Bollywood 1990-present.
Either,1.
How ar do the ilms you have studied or this topic deal with speciic national themes andissues? [35]
Or,2.
With reerence to image and sound, what are some o the ways in which ilmmakers havecreated the sense o a distinct national cinema in the ilms you have studied or this topic?[35]
International Film Styles
Your answer should be based on a minimum of 
two
films and should be based on
one
of the following:
 
German and/or Soviet Cinema of the 1920s Neo-RealismSurrealism New Waves
Either,3.
To what extent has your chosen international style developed out o a response to a particularset o actors at a particular moment in history?
 
[35]
Or,4.
Discuss the distinctive contribution made to your international style by the use o eitherediting
or
cinematography
or
sound.
 
[35]
 
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Turn over for Section B.Specialist Study: Urban Stories – Power, Poverty and Conflict
Your answer should be based on a minimum of 
two
films.
Either,5.
Compare the dierent ways in which conlict between the poor and the powerul arerepresented in the ilms you have studied or this topic. [35]
Or,6.
How signiicant is editing and/or sound in contributing to the power o the narrative inthe ilms you have studied or this topic?
 
[35] 
Specialist Study: Empowering Women
Your answer should be based on a minimum of 
two
films.
Either,7.
How ar have the emale characters actually achieved empowerment by the end o the ilmsyou have studied or this topic? [35]
Or,8.
How ar do stylistic choices made by the ilmmakers reinorce the main messages andvalues o the ilms you have studied or this topic?
 
[35]
(1184-01)

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