In our Department of Cinema and Television, guided by leading scholars and practitioners, you will explore the history of cinema and television, consider theoretical perspectives, appreciate how films are made and engage in practical film-making activities. The program explores screen media texts, producers and audiences, and also gives students a solid grounding in film and television industries and production, history, aesthetics and reception. As well as being trained in scholarly investigation and critical thinking, you will work collaboratively in groups and develop skills relevant to a range of careers in media and cinema industry. Throughout your studies you will encounter a range of film and television professionals and will be able to acquire necessary work experience through work placements. We believe that you will learn the creativity necessary to enter the film and television industries with a freshness of approach both to changing technologies and the cinematic ideas that they embrace.
Career Prospects: Jobs directly related to your degree include, film director, film/video editor, lighting technician, location manager, program researcher, sound technician, television/film/video producer, television production manager.