Film Studies degrees

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Studying film studies

Film studies is a great degree for people who are creative and love film. You’ll learn how to study film in a critical and theoretical way in the context of history, culture and different film genres. Many film degrees are offered as part of a joint honours degree, where you’ll study film alongside another subject like media, English or politics. Some of the topics your film studies degree may include are things like film production, scriptwriting, world cinema, documentaries and other types of media. As a film studies degree is quite transferrable, graduates can look for employment in various industries, but some film-specific roles you could explore include screenwriter, director, editor, producer and critic.

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