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  • Studying Digital Film at University of Brighton at Hastings by Xavier Mendik and Rob Greens From the Digital Film BA(Hons) course team
  • What is Film Studies and how is it different at the University of Brighton at Hastings? An exciting, innovative programme that links film studies to the current digital economy • Distinct theory, production and industry pathways • Teaching informed strongly by research interests of staff • New investment in digital cameras, edit suites, practical spaces • Benefits from its own international film festival (Cine-Excess) • Apple authorised training centre for education & an Avid affiliated partner. • •
  • The Digital Film BA(Hons) course team: Work by research active staff covers theory, practice & industry:
  • Digital Film BA(Hons) Year One Introducing the image THEORY Introducing Film: Key concepts and debates (theory) PRACTICE Digital Film practice foundations Technologies of the screen INDUSTRY Story and narrative Film industry contexts
  • Digital Film BA(Hons) Year Two Society behind the image Theory Digital methodologies in film studies Practice Advanced filmmaking practice Advanced screenwriting Industry Film industries Film marketing, distribution and festivals Indicative options to include Britain on Screen Digital Cinematography Psychoanalysis and Film
  • Digital Film BA(Hons) Year Three Theory, Practice and Industry Through the image Theory Global cinema narratives The cult film Theory/Practice/Industry Final media project: Theory/Production/Industry routes Industry Work placement and professional practice Indicative options to include Contemporary screen narratives Digital postproduction Film and media entrepreneurship
  • Digital Film BA(Hons) industry links Digital and physical archives The Cult Film Archive Over 4,000 films, DVDS, videos, 35 mm trailers & interviews donated by leading broadcasters and filmmakers The Sally Potter Archive An extensive online resource related to the prominent British director
  • Digital Film BA(Hons) Industry links: CINE-EXCESS Film Festival www.cine-excess.co.uk University of Brighton’s own International cult film festival has been relocated from London’s West End as a resource for the new Digital Film BA(Hons)
  • CINE-EXCESS Film Festival www.cine-excess.co.uk Cine-Excess attracts leading filmmakers and critics from around the world, who discuss their careers with students, such as Society (1989) director Brian Yunza.
  • Cine-Excess presents feature film projects are currently in development with UK/Italian/Canadian Co-Producers
  • What next? Please check your programme for timed course and activity sessions today Need help? Please see our Student Ambassadors in the blue t-shirts Priory Square Creativity Suite (B2) 12.004.00pm Admissions Student Support Advice Students’ Union Student Experience Drop in Havelock Road from 9.30am–4.00pm Specialist building tours are available from Havelock Road student lounge area. Priory Square Room 301 from 11.45am– 4.00pm Accommodation Drop in