Film Studies

Master

In Brighton And Hove

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Description

  • Typology

    Master

  • Location

    Brighton and hove

Description


Suitable for: This MA may be attractive if you aim to work in: Publishing / communications. TV, film or broadcasting. Public relations. Journalism. Research (or wish to pursue doctoral study). Other professions where critical and analytical skills are important.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Brighton And Hove (East Sussex)
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University Of Sussex, Silverstone Building, BN1 9RG

Starts

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To take into account

You will need: * Bachelor degree (equivalent to a UK 2:1 Hons) in a relevant area, such as humanities or social sciences. * IELTS 6.5 (with 6.5 in Writing and no other component below 6.0). * Interest in and curiosity about past and present film, international film cultures and the various historical and theoretical approaches they have inspired.

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Course programme

MA in Film Studies

Over the past three decades film studies has developed as one of the most exciting, most varied and most intellectually stimulating disciplines within higher education, both in Britain and abroad. Film has been studied for many years at Sussex within a range of contexts, including Media Studies, English, History of Art, and modern languages. It is currently undergoing an exciting expansion, with the appointment of several Film Studies specialists to the faculty and the launch of a new BA programme in Film Studies in 2003-4. In 2005 the MA in Film Studies was recalibrated to reflect these new developments, with the aim of establishing it as one of the leading postgraduate programmes in the field within the UK. The MA in Film Studies provides an opportunity to explore a wide range of films, theoretical debates and social, cultural and historical contexts. Covering diverse cinematic cultures - past and present, mainstream and alternative, Hollywood and world cinemas - the programme introduces students to an advanced knowledge of the expressive and representational possibilities of cinema, and of the history and variety of film scholarship itself. The MA in Film Studies draws on the expertise of distinguished faculty in the Department of Media and Film, which includes leading scholars with international reputations who have published agenda-setting work on a wide range of film and media topics.

This MA draws upon the expertise of distinguished faculty with international reputations. It will enable you to develop a critical awareness of film and cinema and the scholarly discipline they have inspired.

You will develop a firm grounding in the key critical debates and advanced research methods within film studies. You will also cover a wide range of films, theoretical debates and social and historical contexts, including diverse cinematic cultures - past and present, mainstream and alternative, Hollywood and world cinemas.

Film Studies

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