Students enrolled on this module are eligible for the Erasmus+ grants available for the EU-MADE4LL Project.
“Changing the Story: Building Inclusive Civil Societies with, and for, Young People in Post-Conflict Countries”.
The Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures, and the Bishop Simeon Trust release their film on the International Day of Families.
Many congratulations to Dr Rachel Green, whose thesis 'Heimat, fremde Heimat: Renegotiating and Deterritorialising Heimat in New Austrian Film' has been awarded the International WSD Prize.
Prof Meyer joins the Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures as ‘Distinguished Fulbright Professor’ for 2018.
This year the Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures has partnered with the 31st Leeds International Film Festival to deliver a series of international events called 'Voicing Hidden Histories'.
Dr Thea Pitman has been awarded an AHRC grant for her project 'Sumak Kawsay and the Sustainable Development Agenda: Critical Debates & Creative Responses from a Latin American Indigenous Perspective".
Led by Professor Paul Cooke, a project to help young people whose lives have been affected by conflict will showcase how the arts and humanities can help those in need.
Congratulations to Prof Cooke who has been awarded £200k to work on a participatory filmmaking project to explore community-led solutions to the misuse of antibiotics.