This is a set of questions for the first half of the film including a writing activity.
Also included is a final test (viewing) in a film study unit. Specific scenes throughout the film are examined(each one has the time stamp for easy location on the DVD).
Material covered include different angles, shots, and camera movement as well as plot, character and setting.
There are some higher analytical thinking questions to challenge the students. (eg. what special meaning do the signs have as Walter is leaving the farm?)
This test is meant to be done section by section, guided by the teacher. Cue the DVD to the required scene and play while the students watch. Pause the film and allow them time to write. I usually play each scene 3 times - once to get a feel for the scene and context, second and third time to process the information.
The non-standard test format worked really well with low-ability, low-engagement and "difficult" classes.