Sobre este curso

Anglia Ruskin University
  • Data de início

    2020 - 2021
  • Fees

    £9 250
  • Study mode

    Full-Time
  • Ucas Code

    P392
  • Campus

    Cambridge Campus
  • Qualification

    Bachelor of Arts
Sumário

O melhor curso na melhor universidade para você

Prepare for a media-related career with this combination of film theory, media theory and practical skills, including film-making, animation and digital publishing. Our BA (Hons) Film Studies and Media Studies will introduce you to the key issues of media and film in the 21st century. We will support you to work creatively and think critically, as you learn to analyse and discuss these subjects with confidence. Youâ??ll consider the impact of film and the media on society, including politics, youth culture and technology, and explore some of the skillsets crucial in todayâ??s media, such as audio production and online publishing. Television studies will feature prominently throughout your studies. Youâ??ll analyse and debate the latest theories and discover the impact of media on all our lives. Youâ??ll also learn the language of film from the perspective of a film-maker, and use this to make your own short films, with the chance to explore camera operation, sound recording and editing. Your work will be screened to both tutors and fellow students, allowing you to receive invaluable feedback. If there is a particular career that you are working towards, or interests that you want to explore, you can specialise further on our optional modules, including subjects such as screenwriting and film journalism. You can also continue to practise your filmmaking, and create a project for screening at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse. performative, sociocultural, design-based, and political contexts in which games exist, and to engage in critical discussion of the cultural impact of the video games. Overall, our focus will be on understanding video games as important vectors of contemporary mainstream and alternative cultures. In order to achieve this, we will combine the playing, analysis, and discussion of games with consideration of critical writings by game studies scholars as well as theorists from the broader field of cultural studies. All years: Anglia Language Programme The Anglia Language Programme allows you to study a foreign language as part of your course. You'll take one language module in the second semester of your first year in order to experience the learning of a new language. You must select a language you've never learnt before from the following: Chinese (Mandarin), French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish. Throughout the course youâ??ll have the chance to take part in extra-curricular events such as the Cambridge Film Festival, as well as attend guest lectures from key figures in the film industry. Our recent speakers have included Larry Sider and William Raban. Your studies will be supported by our team of expert lecturers and a close community of students and alumni, fostered through our dedicated Facebook group. We also have a Facebook Group dedicated to helping you find work experience on film and video projects.