The Dept of Film and Creative Writing is pleased to announce its One Minute Movie Competition, open to all University of Birmingham students, staff and alumni.
We are delighted to announce that an audio-visual dissertation by an MA Film and Television: Research and Production student has won a Learning on Screen Award.
Hanz MacDonald, MA in Film and Television: Research and Production 2014, selected for Edinburgh TV Festival talent scheme
Film and Creative Writing's Jemma Saunders releases an epigraphic video essay about Ready Player One, partly shot in the streets of Birmingham. Follow her into the land of dreams!
Department of Film and Creative Writing academic releases new video essay exploring the Southern Peloponnese locations where the classic BEFORE MIDNIGHT was filmed.
The University of Birmingham has commemorated one of its most distinguished graduates, the actor and humanitarian, Madeleine Carroll, through the unveiling of a new commemorative Blue Plaque.
In November 2018, 15 English teenagers and 15 Irish teenagers came together to discover the power of empathy. Narrative 4, B-Film
We are now ranked 70 in the subject ranking for arts and humanities, which covers art, performing arts, design, languages, literature, linguistics, history, philosophy, theology, architecture and archaeology.
To celebrate the 40th year anniversary of the animated film Watership Down, Dr Catherine Lester, Lecturer in Film and Television Studies at the University of Birmingham is hosting an event dedicated to academic discussion of the 1978 film.
Eight leading universities in the Midlands are joining together to train the next generation of highly-skilled arts and humanities researchers, thanks to funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
The Battle of Algiers, Gillo Pontecorvo's brilliant award-winning 1966 film chronicles events connected to Algeria's struggle for independence from France, the film's newsreel style provides an intimate portrait of state and non-state violence in an era of decolonisation.
Dr Kate Ince wins BAFTSS Best Monograph of 2017 prize for The Body and the Screen: female subjectivities in contemporary women's cinema (Bloomsbury 2017)