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This programme allows you to think about the critical and creative relationships between film, photography and the media, while developing your skills to produce projects of your own.
You'll complete a major independent project, supported by modules that put your practice into the context of contemporary debates. You’ll explore the different critical approaches to the making and consumption of photography and film, to inform the short film and photography projects you’ll work on.
This flexible programme allows you to choose from optional modules that suit your personal and career interests. You could study cultural policy, international film industries, film and TV writing, feminism in the media and more.
Our School has a range of fantastic facilities to support your studies. Our
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A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons), preferably with some background in lens-based or image practice. Relevant professional experience will also be considered.
We receive a high number of applications and places on this course are limited. Please note, meeting the entry requirements of this course does not guarantee an offer of a place.
"This is a really great course with very supportive and inspiring staff. I would recommend it to photographers and budding filmmakers who really want to start thinking about their medium seriously, how it works and what it’s really about."
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