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Professor Stephen Gundle given public talk on Federico Fellini and La Dolce Vita in Rome

On Saturday 24 March Stephen Gundle will be in Rome giving a public talk on Federico Fellini and La Dolce Vita, as part of a series on 'The character of the Italians'.

Fri 22 Mar 2019, 11:23 | Tags: engagement staff Events News Research news Italian Producers

Dr Schoonover talks about queers, mud, and Brexit at the Sorbonne

Dr Schoonover talks about queers, mud, and Brexit at the Sorbonne

Thu 14 Feb 2019, 13:57 | Tags: keynote Events News Conferences

New Podcast: Ellyse Partington and José Arroyo on ‘A Quiet Place’ (John Krasinski, 2018)

The latest in a new series of podcasts from our Practical Criticism students is here. In it, Ellyse Partington and José Arroyo discuss John Krasinski's 2018 film A Quiet Place.

Thu 07 Feb 2019, 09:23 | Tags: undergraduate teaching News podcast

Department of Film and Television Studies Statement on recent disciplinary hearings

Department of Film and Television Studies Statement on recent disciplinary hearings

The Department of Film and Television Studies wishes to reassure past, present and prospective students of its ongoing commitment to the provision and maintenance of an environment of respect, dignity and inclusion. Our students must feel safe to learn and work together, in the knowledge that hate speech and acts of any kind will not be tolerated, and that in the event of any such incident, swift and appropriate action will be taken.

We also want to express our ongoing support for the victims of the group chat case at Warwick, and to call upon the University to ensure that these students are fully supported, and able to continue and return to further study at the University without fear of further difficulties. We have not been involved in, or privy to, any aspect of the current disciplinary cases and appeals, and have been in touch with senior management at Warwick today, to express our concern.

Film and Television Studies at Warwick has always been, and will remain, a safe, inclusive and respectful learning and working environment. Any students who need support in relation to this, or any other incident, should contact their Personal Tutor, the departmental Senior Tutor or Head of Department.

Fri 01 Feb 2019, 12:04 | Tags: News


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