Study the cinema phenomenon in its global context and explore the complex relationships between national film industries.
This course enables you to build your critical and analytical understanding of production and marketing processes, as well as patterns of consumption in a continuously evolving cultural landscape.
You will study with experts in film analysis, looking at aesthetics and economics, the work of filmmakers around the world, and developing your understanding of the place of cinema in global media industry as a whole.
Intermediate qualifications available:
- Postgraduate certificate – 60 credits at Masters level - Postgraduate diploma – 120 credits at Masters level
Choose International Cinema MA at Bedfordshire and:
- Study with experts in film analysis, and enjoy regular seminars, screenings, film festivals and guest speakers - Explore areas of study including: cultural theories; European cinema; film analysis; representation and reality; post-colonial and ‘third’ cinema and world cinema and global media - Develop your ability to communicate effectively in writing, through new technologies and in oral presentation; and to adapt to different cultural environments and conditions - Gain a thorough grounding in media as a whole, with a clear picture of the place of cinema in the global media and related industries - Benefit from a degree ideal if you are seeking a job in a cinema-related field such as programming, marketing or administration, wish to teach film studies or continue to an MPhil or PhD research degree.
Why choose this course?
This degree gives you the opportunity to study cinema in its global context and to interrogate the complex relationships between national film industries.
Career Management Skills
This course is ideal for students seeking a job in cinema-related fields in areas such as programming, marketingor administration. It provides an understanding of film in relation to global cultural industries. It is alsoa valuable academic qualification for people teaching film studies at all levels.
Career/Further study opportunities
Students who graduate from this MA Course will be qualified to apply for MPhil and PhD research degrees.
Standard entry requirements for UK students View Website from the European Union - View Website students - View Website should have a lower second-class degree in the area of arts, humanities or social science; or significant media industry experience.
Recipient: University of Bedfordshire
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