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With the power to educate, inform and entertain us, the moving image is an extraordinary tool used by individuals, groups and businesses worldwide. From fiction to documentary and all the experimental genres in between, film is increasingly becoming the most influential form of media today. This presents an exciting time to explore the medium, develop your own ideas, enhance your technical skills and find your place in the creative industries.

Why study MA Film at Middlesex?
At Middlesex we believe that great film work comes from research, hands-on experience, experimentation and contemporary knowledge of the moving image. That's why our MA Film is grounded in these core features, to ensure that you gain both the practical and theoretical learning you need to create outstanding films in a professional context for identified audiences.

Designed to prepare you for a wide range of creative industries, our course enables you to explore your own film interests and produce work that will benefit your individual ambitions. From video installations to single screen and mobile technologies, we challenge you to experiment with many forms of filmmaking and presentation, while also developing valuable industry skills in research-led practice, analysis, pitching, bid-writing, crowd-funding and more.

Course highlights:

- State-of-the-art facilities that will prepare you for the equipment, tools, software and standards expected in creative industries worldwide
- Strong focus on your individual capabilities during assignments, whether in scriptwriting, directing, producing, or more experimental forms of filmmaking, with less compulsory group-work than many other Film courses
- Taught by some of London's leading practitioners and industry experts, with opportunities to be actively involved in professional projects where possible during the course
- Valuable industry links to a diverse range of film professionals, organisations, and businesses, helping you to network and build exciting career prospects for the future
- Option to apply for Arts & Humanities Research Council funding

Visit the Film MA page on the Middlesex University website for more details!




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