Board/Authority Authorized Courses (BAA courses) are offered by Boards of Education or Independent School Authorities to respond to the local needs of the schools and their communities while providing choice and flexibility for students. BAA courses are authorized by Boards/Authorities according to requirements set by the British Columbia Ministry of Education.
Film Studies 11
Film Studies 11 explores an abundance of principals, techniques and theories relating to film creation. Students will be introduced to film making technology, screen writing, film acting and film organization. Learned skills are applied to group film projects and the final class film project. I chose the text 'Film Crew' as it offers explanation of the essential film concepts in a format that even the most novice film maker can comprehend and apply.
Film Studies 12
Film Studies 12 is a continuing course based on material covered in Film Studies 11. The course expands on an abundance of principals, techniques and theories relating to film creation. The text 'Master Shots' was selected as it offers over 100 professional film making techniques that are applied to class projects through out the course. These learned skills are applied to group film projects and the final class film project.