News in Film and Creative Writing

How my Masters course in Creative Writing prepared me for my future career

How my Masters course in Creative Writing prepared me for my future career

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MA Creative Writing student Anisha Mansuri provides five top tips for preparing for her postgraduate Masters study at the University of Birmingham.
Date:
Tuesday 19 October 2021
Horror films for children: fear and pleasure in American cinema

Horror films for children: fear and pleasure in American cinema

Description
This new book from Catherine Lester asks what happens to the horror genre, and the horrific children it represents, when children are the target audience?
Date:
Monday 13 September 2021
The best things to watch, read and listen to before starting a postgraduate course in Creative Writing

The best things to watch, read and listen to before starting a postgraduate course in Creative Writing

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MA Creative Writing student Anisha Mansuri provides her recommendations for what to watch, read and listen to before starting a postgraduate degree in Creative Writing
Date:
Thursday 9 September 2021
My top tips for preparing for Masters study

My top tips for preparing for Masters study

Description
MA Creative Writing student Anisha Mansuri provides five top tips for preparing for her postgraduate Masters study at the University of Birmingham.
Date:
Tuesday 24 August 2021
Film and TV Postgraduates receive BAFTA training in Sustainable Media Production

Film and TV Postgraduates receive BAFTA training in Sustainable Media Production

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We are delighted to announce our first cohort of 'Albert grads' from the MA Film and Television: Research and Production this summer, who have received certificates from BAFTA.
Date:
Tuesday 6 July 2021
University of Birmingham's Ruth Gilligan wins prestigious literary prize.

University of Birmingham's Ruth Gilligan wins prestigious literary prize.

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Ruth Gilligan of the Department of Creative Writing was awarded the Royal Society of Literature's Ondaatje prize for books that "best evoke the spirit of a place".
Date:
Thursday 13 May 2021
Benjamin Zephaniah, Jess Philips, Mark Billingham and other famous faces support My Birmingham Story.

Benjamin Zephaniah, Jess Philips, Mark Billingham and other famous faces support My Birmingham Story.

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To celebrate National Share a Story Month, the National Literacy Trust is launching My Birmingham Story, a campaign that invites people from Birmingham to share their experiences and memories of life in the city.
Date:
Wednesday 5 May 2021
John Kani, on his life, growing up in apartheid South Africa and his love of ShakespeareJohn Kani

John Kani, on his life, growing up in apartheid South Africa and his love of ShakespeareJohn Kani

Description
John Kani tells all in an in-depth interview with the Shakespeare Institute's Michael Dobson.
Date:
Wednesday 5 May 2021
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