Dr. Helen Wheatley blogs about new project Ghost Town: Civic Television and the Haunting of Coventry
Dr. Helen Wheatley has written a blog about an exciting new project she is organising: Ghost Town: Civic Television and the Haunting of Coventry
Department alumnus Rachel Wood speaks at Graduation on Monday 17th July
The Department is delighted to be welcoming back Rachel Wood (Class of 2010) as the Alumni Speaker at Graduation this coming Monday 17th July! Rachel is currently working as a Senior Producer at Sky News and will be sharing her experiences as a Warwick Graduate at the ceremony!
Warwick named 2nd in the Guardian 2018 league table for Media and Film Studies with an overall score of 99%.
The Warwick Film and Television Studies Dept. has come 2nd in the Guardian 2018 league table for Media and Film Studies, with an overall score of 99%. The University of Warwick came 8th in the overall university league table.
Find out more about the table, and how it is calculated here:
Dr. Paul Cuff features on new BFI Napoleon Blu-ray/DVD
The British Film Institute has released a momentus new restoration of Abel Gance's masterpiece Napoleon (1927) on Blu-ray/DVD, and Department Associate Fellow Dr. Paul Cuff, who is a world-leading expert on the film, features heavily in the extras: including an essay on the film, an interview with composer Carl Davis, and a full-length audio commentary (which at 332 minutes, we believe may be a record for a single film).
Find out more about the release here: http://shop.bfi.org.uk/napoleon-blu-ray.html#.WGPX7FPyjBW
Film and Literature graduate Oliver Gray presents his new film Panic at mac Birmingham on Nov 10
Oliver Gray, a Warwick BA Film and Literature graduate, class of 2004, will be introducing his new film at the Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham, on November 10th. More information here