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Film studies ‘is a necessary part of life’ according to award-winning producer

The award-winning producer of the films City of God and The Constant Gardener, believes that the study of film is more than just an academic discipline. Donald Ranvaud made the comment after being conferred with an honorary doctorate during one of the University’s 2016 graduation ceremonies.


Mike Leigh interviewed at the University of Warwick after receiving an Honourary Doctor of Letters, "The future of British cinema is very bright"

Mike Leigh gave a podcast interview yesterday (14 July) at the University of Warwick immediately after receiving an Honorary Doctorate of Letters. He believes, "The future of British cinema is very bright".

Pioneering British writer and director Mike Leigh discusses his career, some of the challenges he has faced, the future of the British Film industry and gives advice to fellow graduates of the University of Warwick.


Dennis Potter's ‘A Beast with Two Backs’, is back!

The University of Warwick and the University of Gloucestershire are working together to put on the first ever theatrical screening of playwright Dennis Potter’s ‘A Beast with Two Backs’ which is taking place in the Forest of Dean.

Wed 08 Jul 2015, 09:39 | Tags: Film & Television, Film & TV, Television, events, Theatre, Arts

SMALL PEOPLE AND THE SMALL SCREEN The story of children’s television from 1946 to today

A major new exhibition on Children's Television will open at the Herbert Museum in Coventry later this year, with help from the University's Film & Television Department

Tue 03 Mar 2015, 13:46 | Tags: Community and region, Television, History

University of Warwick Classicist Takes to the Skies in new ITV documentary

University of Warwick Classicist, Dr Michael Scott will give viewers a fresh perspective on Roman Britain in a one-off documentary ‘Roman Britain from the Air’ which will be shown on ITV on December 23rd.

Tue 09 Dec 2014, 08:54 | Tags: Television, History, Arts

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