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  • Virginia Pitts
    Dr Virginia Pitts
    Virginia Pitts' work spans drama, documentary, and screendance for both...
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  • Mattias Frey
    Dr Mattias Frey
    Senior Lecturer
    Mattias Frey is a specialist in film criticism, media historiography, i...
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  • Maurizio Cinquegrani
    Dr Maurizio Cinquegrani
    Maurizio's main teaching and research interests lie in the relationship...
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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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  • Lawrence Jackson
      Lawrence Jackson
    Lecturer in Film Production
    Lawrence Jackson is an industry practitioner who specialises in directi...
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  • David Francis O.B.E.
      David Francis O.B.E.
    Honorary Fellow
    David Francis O.B.E. has been a key figure in the international film ar...
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  • Michael Grant
      Michael Grant
    Honorary Research Fellow in...
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  • Clio Barnard
      Clio Barnard
    Clio Barnard teaches practical film-making.  Her debut feature film &ls...
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  • Frances Guerin
    Dr Frances Guerin
    Senior Lecturer
    Frances Guerin’s teaching and research interests include in twentieth...
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  • Peter Stanfield
    Professor Peter Stanfield
    Professor of Film
    Peter Stanfield’s teaches Hollywood film production and publishes wid...
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Folkestone Triennial: 30th August – 2nd November

30th August - 2nd November The Folkestone Triennial is one of the most ambitious public art projects presented in the UK. Located in the seaside town of Folkestone on the south-east coast of England, artists are invited to use the town as their 'canvas', utilising public spaces to create striking new pieces that reflect issues affecting both the town and the wider world. Artists commissioned to take part in previous Triennials include Cornelia Park...

26th August 2014

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Excellent Scores for Student Satisfaction

Our students are our best advocates.  We have performed extremely well in the National Student Survey 2014, with excellent scores for student satisfaction. Film is ranked third in the UK with a score of 92% and Drama scored 95%, placing us 12th in the UK. The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2014 has also ranked us 13th in the UK for employment prospects.

13th August 2014

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Success for Graduate Film Maker

Recent Film graduate, Serken Soylu, has been involved in the 'For The Fallen Film Challenge' where his short film Bang Snap received five nominations at the Golden Poppy Film Festival Awards, including Best Actor, Best Costume, Best Cinematography, Best Makeup, and the People's Choice award. The film went on to win the Best Makeup award. You can watch the film here:

11th August 2014

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Teaching Prizes for 2014

Congratulations to Dr Virginia Pitts (Film), Dr Oliver Double (Drama) and Dr Sophie Quirk (Drama) who have all been awarded teaching prizes for 2014. The Panel which considered the applications comprised Dr Michael Hughes (Acting Faculty DoLT, Fran Beaton (UELT) and Jack Lay (Student Faculty Rep). Comments were also received from Dr Simon Kirchin (Dean of Humanities).   Dr Virginia Pitts for her work in Film Practice - a prize of £1,000 This application shows how two disc...

12th June 2014

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