With a Masters
in Film and Television Studies
at Canterbury Christ Church University
you will have gained skills in such key creative areas as directing, producing, screenwriting, cinematography, editing, sound and production design, and acquired insights into traditional and emerging production technologies and the commercial and industrial aspects of the international film and television industry.
masters students: You will typically have engaged in advanced study and research in film and television in differing contexts and genres using historical, textual and theoretical approaches. You will typically have looked at world cinemas including those of Africa, Latin America, Europe and Hollywood. Other topics will typically have included historic and contemporary practices in film and television production; distribution and exhibition; the relationship between today’s trends and earlier developments in film and television history and the role of film and television in the formation of identities and nations.