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    I have currently received the list of possible A-Level courses that my school has set, this can change however as they have given us the option to add a subject if it is popular. I was wondering, out of this list, which subjects would you guys suggest I choose to become a film director in the area of fiction? -

    Applied Business Studies
    Maths
    Further Maths
    PE
    Biology
    Medical Science
    English Literature
    French
    German
    Art and Design
    Graphic Design
    Photography
    Fine Art
    Art Textiles
    Chemistry
    RE
    DT
    Physics
    Welsh
    Computer Science
    History
    Geography
    Music
    Health and Social Care
    BTEC IT
    Performing Arts
    BTEC Sports
    BTEC Hospitality
    Media Studies
    Public Services

    If you guys could recommend which i should take for my career aspiration it would really help. Also I can only choose 3 options. Thanks.
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    Based on common themes of a levels for students who want a degree in film studies tend to be English Literature, History, Film studies. Obviously you can become a film director without a degree in film/media etc. But those A levels go well for the degree.
 
 
 

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