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Year 7: Writing a Film Review

KS3 & KS4
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Nadia Helal

on 9 July 2015

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Year 8: Writing a Film Review
Film reviews should include:
Film title and genre (i.e. horror)
Target audience (i.e. U, 12A)
Director and/or production company
Main actors and/or actresses
Character's involved
Brief plot summary
Opinion on film quality with evidence
Official rating (i.e. 4/5 stars)
A Short Example
L. Frank Baum's classic tale comes to magisterial Technicolor life! The Wizard of Oz stars legendary Judy Garland as Dorothy, an innocent farm girl whisked out of her mundane earthbound existence into a land of pure imagination. Dorothy's journey in Oz will take her through emerald forests, yellow brick roads, and creepy castles, all with the help of some unusual but earnest song-happy friends.
What is a Film Review?
It is the analysis of short and/or feature length films for newspapers, magazines, television, or blogs and websites. Reviews can be positive or negative usually with an emphasis on the film's structure, acting performance and cinematic quality.
DO NOW TASK:
Make a list of your three favourite films and the three films you dislike.
Spelling Test
<Camera Angles>
1. BIG Close Up (BCU)
2. Close-Up (CU)
3. Medium Close-Up (MCU)

4. Mid Shot (MS)
5. Medium Long Shot (MLS)
6. Long Shot (LS)

7. Bird's Eye View
8. Worm's Eye View
Time to Think...
What are some of the elements needed to produce a successful film?
Source: Rotton Tomatoes
Actor/Actress
Director
Producer
Supporting actor/actress
Animation
Editing
Adapted/Original Screenplay
Musical Score
Songs
Special Effects
Make-up/Costume
Sound
Foreign Langauge
Cinematography
1. Character
2. Setting
3. Horror
4. Science fiction
5. Fantasy
6. Screenplay
7. Storyboard
8. Comedy
9. Documentary
10. Cinematography
U: Suitable for all.
PG: Parental guidance.
12A: Cinema release suitable for 12 years and over.
12: Video release suitable for 12 years and over.
15: Suitable only for 15 years and over.
18: Suitable only for adults.
R18: Adult works for licensed premises only.
British Board of Film Classification
Like Dislike
-Momento
-Lord of the Rings
-The Godfather
-Batman Returns
-Guardians of the Galaxy
-She's the One
Write a Film Review about the short film "Alma"
Plot Summary?
Rating?
Characters?
Genre?
Your opinion?
Audience?
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