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Anglia Polytechnic University (Department of English, Communication, Film and Media)




Anglia Ruskin University is the University that works for you, providing degree level qualifications and a long established service to business and the local community.

The Department of English, Communication, Film and Media at Anglia Ruskin University offers courses at undergraduate level in English, Writing, Communication, Film and Media; and at postgraduate level in English and Writing, and (from September 2008) in Film Studies. MPhil and PhD research degree supervision is also offered in a range of subjects.

Film Studies at Anglia Ruskin University offers an excellent opportunity to gain expertise in the history, theory and practice of cinema. The course aims to develop your knowledge, interest and skills in the area of film, offering a range of practical and theoretical modules. Theory modules concentrate on the application of concepts from areas such as culture, art, politics and history to individual films and the film industry in general, as well as addressing the areas of specific film language, concepts and terminology. Practice modules enable you to learn new skills and to develop a further critical and creative approach through video and film production work, animation, screenplays, review writing and other forms of film journalism. The two approaches are integrated wherever possible, allowing you to develop critical understanding and knowledge and to apply this in practice work, thus developing a further range of vocational and transferable skills.



School name:Anglia Polytechnic UniversityDepartment of English, Communication, Film and Media
Address:East Road
Zip & city:CB1 1PT England
Phone:+44 (0) 84 5271 3333
Web:http://www.apu.ac.uk/
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Anglia Ruskin University is the University that works for you, providing degree level qualifications and a long established service to business and the local community.

The Department of English, Communication, Film and Media at Anglia Ruskin University offers courses at undergraduate level in English, Writing, Communication, Film and Media; and at postgraduate level in English and Writing, and (from September 2008) in Film Studies. MPhil and PhD research degree supervision is also offered in a range of subjects.

Film Studies at Anglia Ruskin University offers an excellent opportunity to gain expertise in the history, theory and practice of cinema. The course aims to develop your knowledge, interest and skills in the area of film, offering a range of practical and theoretical modules. Theory modules concentrate on the application of concepts from areas such as culture, art, politics and history to individual films and the film industry in general, as well as addressing the areas of specific film language, concepts and terminology. Practice modules enable you to learn new skills and to develop a further critical and creative approach through video and film production work, animation, screenplays, review writing and other forms of film journalism. The two approaches are integrated wherever possible, allowing you to develop critical understanding and knowledge and to apply this in practice work, thus developing a further range of vocational and transferable skills.
 



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