MSt in Film Aesthetics

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The degree equips students with the skills and knowledge necessary for analysing film as an art form. It concentrates on film criticism, detailed film analysis, film theory, and film-philosophy and teaches the history and the contemporary developments in the scholarly literature relating to these aspects. It encourages thoughtful and imaginative engagement with film as a medium and with individual films. Teaching is delivered primarily through classes, but also through individual supervision.

Further information and guidance on the admissions process can be found here.

Tutors include:

Dr Andrew Klevan (English - away on leave in 2016-17)
Dr Reidar Due (Medieval and Modern Languages)
Dr Nikolaj Lübecker (Medieval and Modern Languages)
Prof Stephen Mulhall (Philosophy)
Dr Sally Bayley (English)
Prof Guido Bonsaver (Medieval and Modern Languages)
Dr Margaret Hillenbrand (Oriental Studies)
Prof Laura Marcus (English)