This course takes an interdisciplinary approach, examining film and television as art forms as well as industries. Throughout the degree you will study how screen content is made and circulated alongside the social and cultural factors that shape engagements with screen media. You will also have the opportunity to apply your theoretical knowledge, with modules such as the final year Video Production Project giving you practical experience in filmmaking. The Department of Culture, Film and Media has outstanding links with industry through our Institute for Screen Industries Research (ISIR) and the Creative Student Network (CSN). ISIR and CSN engage in collaboration with industry at all levels, from major Hollywood companies to young filmmakers and independent cinemas.