Students specialising in Film at Year 5 and 6 will explore film as a cinematic art form and track its development through history, theory, and production techniques. They learn to balance theory and practice as well as deconstruct the film for meanings through its language and grammar. They will understand that film is a cultural document that allows for exploration of issues ranging from formal aesthetics to historical representation, from the regional film industries to transnational audience reception, including the influence of the time and space in which it is made.
As film is teeming with artistic possibilities, students will acquire the technical and collaborative skills to create original work, which is presented in industry-standard screening events at the end of each year.
- Masterclasses, talks, and workshops by film professionals
- Student exchange and visits with partner institutions
- Study trips and competition opportunities
- Screening of students’ original short films
- Develop an understanding of film as a multi-disciplinary art form
- Acquire practical and technical skills of film production
- Be able to formulate stories and ideas in cinematic form
- Be able to critically evaluate film
- Be exposed to filmmaking traditions from more than one culture or time period
Learn more about the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) or International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (IBCP) here