Cost: £10 per student / £1 per adult accompanying every 5 students
- Year: 2019
- Type: Courses & Workshops
THIS EVENT IS FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS ONLY. SUITABLE FOR THOSE STUDYING AS AND A-LEVEL FRENCH.
This event, transferred from BFI Southbank in London, is intended for students and teachers only and has been structured in response to the current A-level specifications.
Conducted in French, the morning session will compare Truffaut’s seminal Les 400 Coups (1959), Godard’s A bout de soufflé (1960) and Varda’s Cleo de 5 à 7 (1962) to contemporary films which present current social issues of class and ethnic divisions like Kassovitz’s La Haine (1995), Cantet’s Entre les Murs (2008) and Sciamma’s Bande de filles (2014). Through exploring key scenes and applying textual analysis, students will simultaneously extend vocabulary while improving their understanding of film language. In the afternoon there will be an introduced screening of La Haine, followed a Q&A.
The day will be led by Dr. Emily Salines, Senior Lecturer, University of the Arts London.
Arrival from 10am for a prompt 10.30am start.
Cost: £10 per student / £1 per adult accompanying every 5 students - £5 for any additional adult.
£40 for teachers attending without students
If you are a teacher and wish to enquire about booking tickets, please complete the enquiry form below: