The Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures offers Joint Honours programmes which combine Film Studies with another subject.
BA English and Film Studies
Our new programme, BA English and Film Studies, grants you a critical insight into film studies alongside an in-depth knowledge and understanding of English literature. The programme allows you to specialise in areas of your own interest, helping you to develop a wealth of valuable research skills as well as a capacity for independent study. You will be taught by staff from the Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures and by the School of English.
Modules across the three year programme may include:
- Introduction to Audio-Visual Culture: complement your studies by placing film in its wider cultural context and develop a conceptual framework for thinking about a wide range of audio-visual cultures, such as video games, networked social media, sculpture and theatre.
- Introduction to Film Studies II: investigate concepts of auteur filmmaking, popular cinema, and industry. Review world cinema movements such as the Japanese and French nouvelle vague, Spanish cinema after Almodóvar, and Brazilian cinema.
- Psychotronic Cinemas: explore cult movies produced worldwide between 1936 and 2012, and gain a critical insight into idiosyncratic films that defy generic classification.
- Prose: Reading and Interpretation: explore the fundamentals of narrative form, theoretical approaches such as Marxism and psychoanalysis, and topics like race, politics, authorship, and gender difference.
Full details of the programme, including entry requirements and facilities, can be found using the 'Courses' link to the right of this page.
Modern Language and Film Studies
The Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures is now offering Film Studies as a Joint Honours with a language. The combinations include:
Taught by the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies your teaching will be delivered by staff from the Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures and by the language area responsible for the other 'half' of the degree programme. Find out more about the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies.
Full details of the programmes available, including entry requirements and facilities, can be found using the 'Courses' link to the right of this page
The University discovery modules are open to all students across the University. Students following other degree programmes can choose to study discovery modules from the Centre for World Cinema and Digital Cultures including: Cinema in the Digital Era, Introduction to World Cinema 1 and From Film Noir to Asia Extreme: Questioning Genre in World Cinema.
University Open Days 2017If you are not ready to make an application, but you would like to look round the University, you should try and attend one of the University's open days.
Open days are a key opportunity for you to explore our campus, find out more about the subject(s) you are interested in and meet current students. Our open days are very popular so booking is essential.
Open days in 2017 take place on:
Saturday 17 June 2017
Thursday 22 June 2017
Friday 23 June 2017
Saturday 9 September 2017
Saturday 7 October 2017
To find out more and book your place, visit our Open Days website.