About Film, Television & New Media
By studying Film, Television & New Media, students will develop knowledge and skills in creative thinking, communication, collaboration, planning, critical analysis, and digital and ethical citizenship. They will develop the necessary critical and creative skills to reflect on and appreciate Australian and global cultures and make sense of what they see and experience. Film, Television & New Media will equip students for a future of unimagined possibilities with highly transferable and flexible thinking and communication skills.
|Subject type||Assessment||QCE credits||Contributes to ATAR|
Internal assessment (75%)|
External assessment (25%)
|Up to 4||Yes|
What will students learn?
In studying Film, Television & New Media, students will learn about:
- film, television and new media as our primary sources of information and entertainment
- foundational skills
- story forms
- participatory media
How will students be assessed?
Students will complete the following assessments:
- case study investigation (15%)
- multi-platform project (25%)
- stylistic project (35%)
- examination — extended response (25%).
Where can Film, Television & New Media lead?
Studying Film, Television & New Media can lead to:
- arts administration and management
- film and television
- public relations.
Email FilmTVNewMedia@qcaa.qld.edu.au or phone (07) 3120 6175.
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- Drama (2019)
- Drama in Practice (2019)
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- Media Arts in Practice (2019)
- Music (2019)
- Music Extension (Composition) (2020)
- Music Extension (Musicology) (2020)
- Music Extension (Performance) (2020)
- Music in Practice (2019)
- Visual Art (2019)
- Visual Arts in Practice (2019)