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The Humanities Foundation Year provides preparation for the academic skills required for degree level study in Film Studies. As both a medium of mass entertainment, and a mode of expression,
Film is a powerful art form. Studying Film at Keele provides insight
into its evolution and cultural importance.
The Film Studies programme at Keele looks at the medium across both
local and international contexts, combining its focus on British and other
national cinemas with the analysis of an increasingly global film culture.
It combines an understanding of the history of film as industry and art
form, and an analysis of its most contemporary trends, including its
relationship to television.
Led by experienced lecturers, the programme
at Keele enables students to grasp the significance of film across
cultural contexts, its importance as a mode of popular entertainment,
and its centrality to expressions of individual, national, transnational,
racial and sexual identities. Looking analytically at the evolution of the
medium throughout different historical moments, and looking especially
at its relevance to our modern times, the programme enables students
to debate the meaning and value of film, and to develop a critical and
historically informed awareness of its artistic possibilities and cultural
Film Studies can be taken as a Single Honours degree, or can be
combined with a range of other programmes. Students have frequently
combined their study of Film with related subjects such as Media,
English or Music/Music Technology. Depending on your chosen options,
you will have the opportunity to balance theoretical and historical study
with creative filmmaking practice (see the Media, Culture and Creative
Practice page for more details on these modules).
Keele enjoys high rates of graduate employment, where in 2016, were recognised nationally as 1st for employability in the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey. A degree in Film Studies can be a starting point for careers in film and
television, whether your particular interest is in direction, screenwriting,
editing, production or marketing; as well as being a vital foundation for
teachers and critics of the medium. Film Studies at Keele can also open
up a wide variety of other career options in media and education, as well
as publishing, advertising and events management, and a range of other
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