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Film and Television Studies Information Evening

Moving images are the creative life force of the modern era. Studying them provides a unique means for you to understand and contribute to the world you live in.

Whether it’s pure passion for the moving image, its stars, genres and history, or a critical and theoretical curiosity that excites you, follow a curriculum that’s as ambitious and innovative as film and television themselves. At Warwick you’ll be one step ahead of change as the way we view media shifts ever more rapidly

On our degrees you will explore how the study of Film and Television relates to history, politics, philosophy, sociology, the visual arts, drama and literature.

Although film and television are contemporary media, you’ll also explore their pasts, in order to understand their evolution. You’ll be doing this actively – viewing film and television in the contexts in which they were designed to be encountered.

We are ranked 1st in the Guardian University Guide 2020 in Media and Film Studies and 7th in the UK according to the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018, demonstrating our excellence as a department.

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Dates and Times: 5.00pm - 7.00pm Tuesday 3rd December 2019 OR 5.00pm - 7.00pm Wednesday 5th February 2020

Location: Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, Kings Cross, N1C 4AG

Light refreshments will be provided. Students, teachers and parents most welcome.

Interested in studying Film or related subjects at Warwick?

See our study pages for more information and also for open days at the Warwick campus and other opportunities to visit.