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BA Film Studies

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  • Objectives
    Film is a special medium which inspires a loyal following, but it is also part of a wider media landscape. This is why we have designed a programme in Film Studies which integrates the study of contemporary film-making as well as film history into the broader study of culture and the mass media. Studying film at Surrey also allows you to gain practical insights into the process of creating moving images. You will be able to use the Department's digital filming and editing equipment and the professional studio located on the campus. Three, two, one, action!
  • Entry requirements
    Typical entry requirements A level grades BBB (300 points) Film Studies with French/German/Russian/Spanish require A level grade B in the relevant language. Please contact us for requirements for ab initio Russian/Spanish.
  • Academic Title
    BA Film Studies
  • Course description
    Programme Structure

    Level 1

    Film History
    Introduction to Film Production
    Media, Culture and Society

    Level 2   

    Film Theory and Analysis
    Methods of Culture, Media and Communication Research
    Reading Television: Texts and Genres
    Adaptations: Film and Literature
    Documentary Film
    Hollywood and US Film
    Spanish Cinema
    Visual Representations of the Past
    Video Filming and Editing

    Level 3

    Video Project
    Post-colonial Cinema
    Film in Western Europe
    Russian and Eastern Film in Western Europe
    Media and Power
    Shopping and Consumer Culture
    Youth and Subcultures
    Media Sport
    Ethnicity, Race and National Identity
    Options from other disciplines

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