One of the best Universities for film studies in the UK
From the state-of-the-art facilities to the extensive library of content, if you are looking to get into the film industry start with Warwick.
You’ll study everything from early cinema to the ever-changing landscape of digital media. Along the way, you'll explore the latest Hollywood blockbusters, the history of television and a wealth of independent and international cinemas.
1st in the UK
- The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022 (Communications and Media)
- The Guardian University Guide 2022
(Media and Film Studies)
- National Student Survey 2021
(Film and Television subject area)
Focus entirely on Film and Television Studies. This course is run entirely by Film and Television Studies.
With half your time spent on Literature, this course is run jointly with the department of English and Comparative Literary Studies.
Investigate the power of the moving image, examine how films and television programmes make meaning, and develop your own media production skills too.
With screenings, seminars and lectures, our film studies modules allow you to explore all genres, times and places - from early cinema and historical television to the latest Hollywood blockbusters, world cinema and streamed videos on demand.
There is also the option to study abroad for a year at one of our partner institutions.
“I loved the fact that the course was so flexible and could be tailored to what you wanted to study and specialise in. Out of all the film departments I visited, Warwick’s made me feel most welcome and excited to learn”.Hear from our students
First-class film facilities
Situated at the heart of campus, Warwick Arts Centre has recently benefited from a £25.5 million transformation including three new state-of-the-art cinema auditoria featuring:
- 4k screens
- Dolby surround sound
- Quality seats with excellent sight-lines
And our brand new £52.5 million Faculty of Arts building offers additional cinema and screening rooms, a media lab and editing suites.
Film studies jobs
Already thinking about film studies degree jobs? Many of our graduates have gone on to successful careers across all areas related to film and television: teaching, academia, criticism, journalism, magazine editors, radio, digital programming, television executives, production, direction, management, distribution, and exhibition.
We have fantastic links to the industry and with societies including film production and film studies you can share your passion and get hands-on experience.