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BA

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3 years

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About Film Studies at University of Exeter

The distinctive feature of our BA Film Studies is its coverage of diverse cinemas. In your studies you will watch films from African, American, European, East Asian and other World cinemas. You will learn about the theoretical perspectives and critical debates relating to film and gain an understanding of the distinctive features of all these cinemas. In the process, you will discover the amazingly diverse range of cultural, social and political issues with which filmmakers around the world engage: gender issues in China, for instance, or the social issues raised by new contemporary cinemas. This global approach to film, which will equip you to understand cultural difference and to take a questioning attitude to your own culture, is a particular strength of the programme. Modules are taught by staff with research interests in cross-cultural and global aspects of cinema and our recent research activities have produced books and articles on areas as varied as North African film makers working in France, Taiwanese cinema and international stardom and its relation to issues of European culture.

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