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University of Leeds: Film Studies
|Institution||University of Leeds|
|Department||School of Languages, Cultures and Societies|
This course combines the theory and history of cinema with the study of the industry and craft of filmmaking, and gives you the opportunity to explore your interests in the history of film, global cinema, and contemporary film and its key role in modern society.
Through the core module (Film Arts and Industries), you’ll be acquainted with the theoretical, historical and cultural approaches to the medium of film and institution of cinema, and you’ll investigate the variety of skills and activities around film as an art, as well as cinema as an industry.
The independent project will allow you to specialise in your own interests in a way that will serve your intellectual and creative aspirations and career goals. Working with a specialist academic, you can choose to write a dissertation based on research into a film/cinema topic, or you can choose to combine a shorter dissertation with a creative or practice-based activity appropriate to your interests and skills.
|Level||RQF Level 7|
A 2:1 or above honours degree (or equivalent) in a relevant subject (for example, film studies, cultural studies, journalism, music, communication, modern languages, area studies). Candidates with other relevant experience/qualifications may be considered (for example, experience in curating film festivals, organizing film events in arts organizations, working as film editors in news agencies, libraries, NGOs).
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