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What is Film and Television MA by Research?Research a topic of your choice or work on an extended creative project. Boost your professional practice and develop high-level skills and knowledge to progress your career.You’ll benefit from an experienced team of research-active scholars and industry practitioners who can offer supervision across a range of topics. Staff specialisms include:gender and ageing in screen mediaUS and European film history‘heritage’ culture in film and TVcult film and
What is Film and Television MA by Research?
Research a topic of your choice or work on an extended creative project. Boost your professional practice and develop high-level skills and knowledge to progress your career.
You’ll benefit from an experienced team of research-active scholars and industry practitioners who can offer supervision across a range of topics. Staff specialisms include:
gender and ageing in screen media
US and European film history
‘heritage’ culture in film and TV
cult film and TV
the contemporary Western
animation and VFX
You’ll have the opportunity to choose between a research-based or practice-based project. For example, write a thesis of 80,000 words for the research-based PhD or, for the practice-based option, create a piece of content or stage a multi-media event and accompany it with a much-shorter written component. As a practice-based student, you’ll have access to our state-of-the-art studios and equipment.
This research contributes to the research priority area Being Human: Past, Present and Future and Creative Practice as Research.
Join the University of Gloucestershire and you will be part of a creative, professional community of 1,000 postgraduate students, 2,000 staff and an alumni network of 40,000 graduates.
The University has recently been ranked 6th globally in the Postgraduate Research Experience Survey 2019 and has a growing reputation for its high level of satisfied students and excellent teaching. They strive to be outward looking and are intensively engaged in partnerships with local industry to enrich students’ learning and boost their career prospects.
The University of Gloucestershire has three campuses in the vibrant regency town of Cheltenham and historic, bustling city of Gloucester.