Film and Television Studies Ranked #1 in UK for Overall Satisfaction in Our Subject Area in National Student Survey
Film and Television Studies at Warwick has been ranked #1 in the UK in our subject area for Overall Satisfaction, Teaching and Academic Support in the 2021 National Student Survey, where we scored 92.9% for Overall Satisfaction and 93.1% for Teaching.
Students from the department have had great success in this years video competition run as part of the Digital Arts Lab's Student Showcase.
Issue 4 of the Department of Film and Television Studies' regular newsletter is now available for download.
Film/Lit grad Nathaniel Newman is currently doing an MA in Creative Writing. He kindly returned to the department to talk to The Practice of Film Criticism students about what he’s learned from doing a degree that focusses on practice and delves into more personal and poetic areas than are usually required of an academic essay; a process that involves the making and taking of criticism from colleagues, and that thus requires the creation of a safe and respectful context in which that can flourish.
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.