Our innovative and strikingly diverse course will equip you to integrate the theory and practice of film, video and new screen media at an advanced level.
Learning about documentary, fiction, artists’ film and multi'channel installation alongside students from all around the world, you will explore the many ways in which moving images can be authored.
Out students traditionally produce outstanding films on a course that has proved ideal for graduates of film studies, cultural and media studies, humanities and social sciences, as well as art and design.
You will learn in a creative, collaborative environment which draws upon the research of leading film practitioners, theorists and historians and takes advantage of our great links to the film industry and art world.
Modules: Practice/thesis (core); moving image research methods (core); the context of moving image production (core); media production (core); audio vision (core).
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- A minimum 2.2 honours degree or recognised international equivalent in a humanities, social science or art subject with preference to film, media and arts. We would normally expect you to have Grade C in GCSE English and Maths. English language requirements: Overall IELTS 6.0 with a minimum of 6.0 in writing and speaking; minimum 5.5 in reading and listening (or recognised equivalent).