This course offers an exciting route into the study and appreciation of film and screen and their industries together with the opportunity for some practical and creative work in filmmaking.
Typical offer range for UK / EU applicants
280–320 UCAS Tariff points.
In the first year you are introduced to the methods and methodologies of film as an object of critical investigation, with special emphasis upon the relationship between film and contemporary popular culture. In Years 2 and 3 you will take one core module and select from a range of module options. There are also some opportunities to engage in film planning and production.
Introduction to Film*;
Introduction to Television;
Framing Film: From Silent Screen to World Cinema;
Film Theory and Practice: Understanding Hollywood*;
Film and British National Identity;
Television, Representation and Gender;
Stardom and Celebrity;
Popular Cinema and Culture;
Digital Generation: Young People and New Media;
Film and Philosophy;
Film Noir: The Dark side of the Screen;
Planning and Making a Film;
Film Cultures Project;
Asian Film National Cinemas and Global Impacts;
Film Audiences and Cultures of Spectatorship;
Wired Up: Computer and Videogames;
Power, Pleasure and Feminist Film Criticism;
Rock n Reel: Popular Music on Screen;
Cartoon Time: Thinking Through Animation;
Psychos, Killers and Voyeurs: The Films of Alfred Hitchcock;
Media Technologies and Change;
Short Form Documentary Filmmaking;
LineUp: Student Film Festival;
Indian Cinema: From Arthouse to Bollywood;
Creative Enterprises Project.
* Compulsory modules.
Employers welcome the high level of subject-based, generic and personal skills which are embedded in our programmes. The main focus of interest for our Film and Screen Studies graduates is the creative and cultural industries in the UK. These industries include advertising, journalism, publishing, film and film-related employments, television, radio and the heritage sector. However, there are also employment opportunities in local and central government and the voluntary sector.
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