First- or upper second-class degree or an equivalent standard in other qualifications approved by the University in an arts-related subject.
Months of entry
This programme provides a framework through which the contemporary cultural sector can be understood and analysed, focusing on how cultural management affects the visual media. Areas covered may include film festival organisation, specialist film programming, film policy, film exhibition, marketing and audience development, and the role of private and public film agencies. Case studies draw on local, national and international examples.
Core modules: Current Issues in Film Distribution and Exhibition; Film Policy: National and Global Perspectives; Key Skills 1: Research in Film Studies; Key Skills 2: Preparing for the Dissertation; plus one from Classical Film Theory and Textual Analysis or Post-Classical Film Theory: History, Reception, Cinephilia
Optional module: from: Screen Stars in Context; Individually Negotiated Topic; another Humanities MA module
Note: modules are subject to availability, with only a selection running each year
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