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  • Margrethe Bruun Vaage
    Dr Margrethe Bruun Vaage
    Margrethe Bruun Vaage explores the emotions and morality in relation to ...
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  • Peter Stanfield
    Professor Peter Stanfield
    Professor of Film
    Peter Stanfield teaches Hollywood film production and publishes widely ...
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  • Frances Guerin
    Dr Frances Guerin
    Senior Lecturer
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  • Lawrence Jackson
      Lawrence Jackson
    Senior Tutor, Lecturer in ...
    Lawrence Jackson is an industry practitioner who specialises in directi...
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  • Aylish Wood
    Dr Aylish Wood
    Aylish Wood?s interests focus on digital media in cinema, animation and...
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  • Maurizio Cinquegrani
    Dr Maurizio Cinquegrani
    Maurizio's main teaching and research interests lie in the relationship...
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  • Tamar Jeffers McDonald
    Dr Tamar Jeffers McDonald
    Hollywood, romantic comedy and American film history are the focus of T...
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  • Lavinia Brydon
    Dr Lavinia Brydon
    Lavinia Brydon investigates questions of space and place in film, with ...
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  • Clio Barnard
      Clio Barnard
    Clio Barnard teaches practical film-making. Her debut feature film &lsqu...
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  • Cecilia Sayad
    Dr Cecilia Sayad
    Senior Lecturer and Head of...
    Cecilia Sayad's current teaching and research focus on the horror genre ...
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£10,000 Bursaries for Taught Masters Degrees Announced!

The University is pleased to announce that it has been awarded 177 postgraduate bursaries of £10,000 each for students admitted to taught Master's degree programmes at Kent in September 2015.  What are these bursaries for? The bursaries are £10,000 each for study on a taught Masters degree programme at the University of Kent. The bursary does not have to be repaid. The bursary will contribute to the c...

30th January 2015

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PhD and Rotterdam Film Festival Success for Sarah Wood

Congratulations to Sarah Wood (School of Arts PhD Student) who has now been awarded her PhD for Film: Practice as Research. Her PhD film 'I Am a Spy' has been selected to  premiere on Sunday 25 January at the International Film Festival Rotterdam - one of Europe's foremost festivals - in a programme that focuses on testimony and war mediated by the archival image.  

20th January 2015

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The School of Arts achieves 1st in the UK for Research Power in REF 2014!

The results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) were released today and we are incredibly happy to announce that the School of Arts has achieved 1st in the UK in our category of Music, Drama, Dance and Performing Arts with a total research power score of 121.60. 83% of our research has been assessed as world leading or internationally excellent in terms of its originality, significance and rigor.  This...

18th January 2015

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Film Research Events for Spring Term 2015 Announced!

We have some exciting Film research events coming up this term! Not to be missed!   ARC/CISFMI Research Seminar: "Dots, Lines, and Geese: Sound and Effects in Animation" with Professor Richard Neupert, Professor in Film Studies, University of Georgia Wednesday 4th February 2015, 5pm-7pm By definition, sound in animation is always a special effect that raises unique issues regarding verisimilitude, narrative space, and spectatorship....

16th January 2015

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