This course brings together the fundamentals of history, theory and criticism with the film-making skills required to produce exciting and relevant film work. A love of cinema influences everything we do, whether it’s the mean streets of Scorsese’s New York, the romantic boulevards of Godard’s Paris or the complex inner world of Pedro Almodóvar's The Skin I Live In. From the moment we meet you at our open days and interviews, we invest in your experience – rated by our students to be in the top bracket (92%) for overall satisfaction in the National Student Survey. This achievement comes from our community of committed film scholars and professionals, who ensure the constantly evolving course is informed by current academic scholarship and the demands of a vibrant industry environment. Successful and longstanding relationships with external partners, such as Warp Films, ensure Falmouth's graduates enter the film and media job market with confidence that their study is unquestionably current.