Here is the flipped lesson:
Here is the flipped lesson:
Here is the PP we are using in class to help you add some theory for your statement of intent:
In class today we covered media language which is one part of your statement of intent. Please look back at your notes or the attached PowerPoint and bullet point some ideas about what meanings your project might create. Try and apply some of the terms.
You will only have around 100 words to express your ideas in the statement of intent, so keep your analysis concise and precise.
Upcoming ‘Collective Identity’ essays:
Essay #1 – Timed conditions during the lesson – Wednesday November 15th
Essay #2 – Homework – due Wednesday November 29th
Essay #3 – Timed conditions during the lesson – Wednesday December 6th
Essay #4 – Homework – due Friday December 15th
I will set the essays and provide support on ‘Show My Homework’ and we will discuss them before you sit them.
I hope you all (besides Danny!) enjoyed Moonlight as much as I did. I think that it is an wonderful exploration of African American masculinity and the performances from the actors playing Chiron are superbly crafted by Barry Jenkins. In particular, I think that the performance of Trevante Rhodes who plays ‘Black’ is very impressive because he is able to subtly transition between the hegemonic masculinity of ‘Black’ and the vulnerable Chiron.
Please watch and listen to the following links to help you engage with the film as much as possible:
Filmspotting (the podcast I listen to) – interview with Naomi Harris and Barry Jenkins, and review of the film: https://beta.prx.org/stories/190735 and the review: http://www.larsenonfilm.com/moonlight and an article by regular contributor, Michael Phillips: http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/91209110-132.html
INTERVIEWS WITH DIRECTOR, BARRY JENKINS
INTERVIEW WITH ASHTON SANDERS (Chiron Act 2)
INTERVIEW WITH TARELL ALVIN MCCRANEY
ACADEMY CONVERSATIONS – MOONLIGHT
MOONLIGHT EXPLAINED: Symbols, Camera & More
I am really pleased with the start you have all made thus far.
Here is the AQA NEA booklet. Please refer to this every lesson to ensure that you are fulfilling the criteria:
Just in case you start storyboarding over the half term, here are some resources to help you:
Here is the Moonlight workbook we are using:
The Bank of England was granted operational independence over monetary policy on 6 May 1997 and so the 20th anniversary is an appropriate time for us to reflect on independence.
In this year’s ‘Bank, Camera, Action’ film competition we are inviting pupils to get involved by making a short film entitled “What independence means to me”
The opportunity is to create a film that communicates the subject in an interesting and imaginative way. Students are free to use dance, music, poetry, rap, animation, graphics, cartoons, interviews, news items or any other fantastic ideas you may have. It’s completely up to you, the more creative and imaginative the better!
Why not take a look at their website to view last year’s winning films about ‘A day in the life of the New Fiver’?
Taking part will give teams the opportunity to showcase your talents and will appeal to students studying a broad range of subjects. There are also some fantastic prizes up for grabs.
Ex Hazelwick Media Studies student, Noah Twine has now released two short films and is following his dream of becoming a film director.
Noah kindly has described the process of creating Clown Story:
Here is Clown Story:
Here is his most recent short film, No Apostle
And here is his A level work: