IB Film

  • Course level: All Levels
  • Categories IB

Description

With a range of subject choices and additional compulsory subjects, the IB Diploma Programme (IBDP) is a complete package that brings to students various facets of learning. Subjects not just ranging from science to arts, but also touching upon Film, Theatre, Dance, Theory of Knowledge, and so on guide and prepare students, between 16-19 years of age, for success in university and beyond.

The IB Diploma Programme aims to provide a safe yet academically challenging place for students to become knowledgeable, compassionate, curious, and interculturally understanding adults. With multiple language options and subjects like Global Politics, students are given a credible platform to learn through the lens of other cultures.

If you have a keen interest not just in the silver screen but also in the workings behind it, then IB DP Film is a suitable course for your liking. It is designed to help develop students as skilled makers of film texts. The course studies and analyzes film texts, along with practical exercises in film production, through which students learn to criticise as well as appreciate different artistic, historical, cultural, and global perspectives in the art of filmmaking. IB DP Film helps students examine key concepts, theories, and a variety of practices and ideas from a range of perspectives. This also helps them challenge their own views for a deeper understanding of those of others.

This course is most suitable for those students who wish to pursue film as a career option – as a director, filmmaker, actor, or a writer too. Sign up for a complete understanding and application of IB Film.

Official Course Page

Head over to the official IB link for access to read further.

Paper Marking

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What Will I Learn?

  • Mastery of core curriculum topics
  • Unique question-specific strategies
  • Exam techniques practiced through extensive question practice and personalised feedback
  • An applied understanding and appreciation of the subject beyond the syllabus
  • Select, use and apply a variety of skills and techniques related to film
  • Gain knowledge and understanding of various film processes
  • Lifelong subject and interdisciplinary skills

Topics for this course

Reading and contextualising film

Exploring film production roles

HL only: Collaboratively producing film

Textual analysis: Textual analysis (max 1,750 words) of a prescribed film text based on a chosen extract (max 5 mins), and list of sources.

Comparative study: Recorded multimedia comparative study (max 10 mins), and list of sources.

Film Portfolio: Portfolio pages (max 9 pages: 3 pages per production role) and list of sources. A film reel (max 9 mins: 3 mins per production role, including 1 completed film).

Collaborative film project (HL only): Completed film (max 7 mins). Project report (max 2,000 words) and list of sources.

Target Audience

  • IBDP students between grades 11 and 12 who want to study and pursue film as a career option.

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