Master of Film
The advancing Film industry holds a great deal of opportunities. Get your Masters and embrace them!

Master of Film

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Film Studies in a Masters degree course

While you are likely to have grown up with your parents, telling you to not watch too much TV, you may now opt for a career where watching movies and TV is a crucial part of your academic studies. Or at least where Hollywood, Bollywood, Oscar nominations, and acting are not just as a means of procrastination. A Master of Film offers you a comprehensive understanding for film productions, contemporary movies, and media development. The history of film, media design, aesthetics, acting and performing arts belong to your curriculum as much as production, documentaries, and advertisements.

Your individual weekly schedule may include film analysis, history of film, fine arts, and media theories. You learn how to analyse a movie methodologically, recognise structures, and compare design strategies.

Career Prospects in the Film industry

The Master of Film provides you with manifold job opportunities in the film industry. Pursue a career in advertisement, libraries, publishing houses, film studios, theatres, broadcasting services, education and research.

These universities and colleges list a Master of Film in their study programme:

    study programmes     universities
  Film and Photographic Studies   comprehensive profile   Leiden University
  Film Curating     Birkbeck, University of London
  Creative Digital Film Production     University of Bedfordshire
  International Cinema     University of Bedfordshire
  Producing for Film and Television     Teesside University
  Theatre, Film & Television     University of York
  Film, Media And Music     Staffordshire University
  Film Studies     Kingston University
  Film Studies     University of Edinburgh
  Screenwriting     Birkbeck, University of London
  Scriptwriting     Aberystwyth University
  Theatre: Writing, Directing and Performance     University of York
  Film Studies: Theory and Practice     University of Stirling
  Advanced Thin Film Technologies     University of the West of Scotland
  Digital Film Technologies and Production     University of Bedfordshire
  Contemporary Film Practice     Plymouth University
  Arts of Asia and Africa     SOAS, University of London
  Global Cinemas and the Transcultural     SOAS, University of London
  Directing     University of Cumbria
  Film Studies (Res)     University of Sussex
  Film with Practice     University of Kent
  Film and Television (Research)     University of Bristol
  Screenwriting     Edinburgh Napier University
  Filmmaking (Documentary and Experimental)     University of West London
  Film Studies (Research)     King's College London
  Media and Cultural Studies (Research)     University of Lincoln
  Filmmaking (Screen Documentary)     Goldsmiths, University of London
  Contemporary Film Culture     University of the West of England
  Film Studies     University College London
  Filmmaking     University of Sussex
  Feature Film Production     Staffordshire University
  Film Finance     University of West London
  Film     University of Southampton
  Film     Middlesex University London
  The Gothic Imagination     University of Stirling
  Interdisciplinary Studies     University of Exeter
  Film (Distance Learning)     Staffordshire University
  Visual Cultures     Goldsmiths, University of London
  Filmmaking     University of the West of Scotland
  Filmmaking (Sound Recording, Post-Production and Design)     Goldsmiths, University of London
  ...     ...


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