What can films and other types of artistic representation tell us about our globalised world? How have cultural forms and practices evolved through this and the last century, as different global groups and regions have become increasingly interconnected? These are the kinds of questions you’ll be studying as part of our Global Cinema course, by examining films from across the globe, ranging from classic early 20th century European cinema to contemporary East Asian films. This innovative combined degree course cuts across traditional disciplinary boundaries, drawing on several areas of expertise in visual culture across the humanities. You’ll learn how to interpret cultural texts and practices from throughout the world, gaining a solid grounding in film and textual analysis, cultural studies and area studies. This degree can lead to a variety of careers, including publishing; academia; journalism; television, radio and film; administration and management; advertising and public relations.