Having explored the problem in Part One, you will now work towards the equally challenging task of developing a solution. Working with your same multidisciplinary team, you will turn your social issue into a campaign documentary, advocating a series of actions to bring about real change. You will meet important stakeholders, this time filming your interviews, and also carrying out other research methods explored in Part One, such as quantitative and qualitative questionnaires.
Classes will benefit from professional expertise in documentary film-making. The films will be screened at the department’s summer Research Festival and will actively encourage teams to enter their documentaries at film festivals around the world.
Approximately 14 hours in total comprising of 7 lectures, 7 seminars and 6 hours of field work.