MA Public Opinion and Political Behaviour
BA Film and Creative Writing options

Final Year, Component 04

LT832-6-FY or LT833-6-FY or LT834-6-FY or LT322-6-PS
LT322-6-PS
Advanced Documentary Production
(30 CREDITS)

Want to acquire advanced practical skills in filmmaking? And get hands-on experience of producing a short film? Focus on the art of filmmaking by exploring technical approaches in practice. Work collaboratively and creatively to devise and realise two short films, investigating narrative, cinematography, music, sound, art design, and lighting.

LT832-6-FY
Independent Creative Writing Project
(30 CREDITS)

All second year students have the opportunity to apply to undertake an Independent Study Project in their final year in the following fields: Literature, Creative Writing, Film, Film Studies and Theatre. Independent Study gives you an opportunity to pursue a particular enthusiasm that might not be covered in our taught modules. You will focus your chosen subject in depth for six months, eventually producing a 10,000 word argument or creative piece.

LT833-6-FY
Independent Film Project
(30 CREDITS)

What fascinates you? Create your own film on a topic that you are enthusiastic about and have chosen, with support and guidance from our expert academic staff. Build your practical skills and gain an invaluable insight into all aspects of creating and producing your own film project.

LT834-6-FY
Independent Project in Film Studies
(30 CREDITS)

What fascinates you? Pursue a topic in the area of film studies that you are enthusiastic about and have chosen, with support and guidance from our expert academic staff.

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