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  • Lavinia Brydon
    Dr Lavinia Brydon
    Lavinia Brydon investigates questions of space and place in film, with ...
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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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  • Joss Marsh
    Professor Joss Marsh
    Honorary Professor
    Joss Marsh is Associate Professor of Victorian Studies at Indiana Unive...
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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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  • Maurizio Cinquegrani
    Dr Maurizio Cinquegrani
    Maurizio's main teaching and research interests lie in the relationship...
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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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  • Aylish Wood
    Dr Aylish Wood
    Aylish Wood?s interests focus on digital media in cinema, animation and...
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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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  • Frances Guerin
    Dr Frances Guerin
    Senior Lecturer
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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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The New Canterbury Sound: Jack Hues and the Quartet + The Boot Lagoon

Friday September 4th 2015, 8pm Keynes College, University of Kent, Canterbury Free entry Canterbury in the 1960s and 1970s was a hotbed of musical creativity. A community of musicians and bands connected to the city shared an artistic curiosity that encompassed rock, jazz, soul, poetry, folk and contemporary classical music. With a sound that mixed eccentric psychedelia with Miles Davis-style jazz-rock bands such as The ...

20 August 2015

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£1,500 Scholarships announced for MA Physical Acting

The School of Arts are pleased to announce that they will award up to FIVE MA Scholarships for the MA Physical Acting programme for entry in September 2015. The scholarships are open for application to Home/EU/Overseas Kent Graduates who are applying for a place on the MA Physical Acting programme and will provide £1,500 towards the 2015/16 tuition fee. The Home/Eu fee for 2015/16 is £5,250, the overseas fee is £12,890. Applicants, who must...

17 August 2015

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Register Now for New York Trip 2016

Following the huge success of previous School of Arts trips, we will once again be organising an excursion to New York in February 2016! The trip is open to all current School of Arts undergraduate and postgraduate students and is designed to provide you with an opportunity to explore the famous city and enhance your learning experience outside of lectures and seminars. For example, Drama and Film scholars will find the Bill Rose Theatre Collection in the NY...

14 August 2015

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Join us for the 50th Festival!

Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th September is the University of Kent’s 50th Festival, part of the 50th anniversary celebrations. The School of Arts will be hosting lots of events throughout the weekend. Why not come up to the Canterbury Campus and join us? 50th Film Festival: The Greatest Films of All Time! and the Greatest Children’s Films of All Time! Sat 5th-Sun 6th September Lupino Cinema, FREE and free popcorn FILM FESTIVAL TICKETS CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL TICKETS Facebook E...

13 August 2015

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