A Level Eduqas Film Studies Quick Film Guide: Blade Runner

A Level Eduqas Film Studies Quick Film Guide: Blade RunnerEncourage independent study with these concise yet comprehensive companions for A Level Eduqas Film Studies. Perfect prior to learning, during study or even as revision material before the exam, these flexible guides provide detailed analysis of key contexts and film form.


A firm focus on the specialist study areas for each film, including: spectatorship, narrative, ideology, auteur, critical
debates, filmmaker’s theories

  • Spark interest with engaging notes on plot, style and reception.
  • Maintain focus with helpful break down of social, cultural, historical, political and industrial contexts.
  • Cover the key content with illuminating exploration of genre, narrative, characters and themes.
  • Ensure exam success with higher-level analysis of cinematography, mise en scène, sound, editing and performance.


  • Activities to recap and expand learning – perfect for homework tasks.
  • Key term definitions to ensure students grasp difficult concepts and ‘Did you know?’ boxes to keep students engaged.

Suggested answers are provided for all activities.

Blade Runner

Component 1 Section A: Hollywood 1930–1990

Explore the pessimistic dystopia that is Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. Full of crime-ridden backstreets and forgotten inhabitants of a planetary ghetto; this neo-noir masterpiece is sure to engage students with its deep and significant meaning. Plus! Learn all about Ridley Scott’s signature auteur status with clear links across the guide.

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