Film, Media and TV research
Film and Television at Kingston has a strong and distinctive research identity. Teaching from BA undergraduate to PhD supervision is informed by staff research - in terms of conference papers, monographs and articles, but also through professional practice such as sound installations, documentary films and photography.
We believe in lifelong learning, not just in getting students to their next qualification. We have a commitment to our students, and we welcome them to an academic community of mutual respect and collaboration. We will help you achieve your aims, supporting you closely and pushing your limits as you become an expert scholar, a brilliant filmmaker or both. But we also know that you'll teach us, and your fellow students, during the journey towards your MA or PhD.
- Filmmaking, Picture Exchange & Storyboarding: Removing barriers to learning for Autistic spectrum students – Mata Ayoub
- Popular cross-platform narratives, audience, interpretation, intertextuality, cultural icons in a historical context - Prof Will Brooker
- 3D & Cinema - British Cinema – Dr Simon Brown
- Sound Design as Soundscape: Poetry, sonic art and portraiture – Fiona Curran
- Minimalism & video art of the late 1960’s - Modernism and its legacies, predominantly concerning the connection between aesthetics and ethics across film, poetry & the visual arts – Dr Corin Depper
- Collective filmmaking, experimental, fine art and documentary filmmaking - The marginalization of women filmmakers: investigating the impact of motherhood on making films – Abbe Fletcher
- Variations of 'non-standard-philosophy' & the realm of 'outsider thought as connected to film theory & animal studies – Prof John Mullarkey
- French Cinema & The New Wave - The intersections between Film and Religion – Dr Cathy O’Brien
- Representations of Youth in American TV & Cinema – Patrick O'Neill
- British Film Editors – Roy Perkins
- Feminist Film Theory, Film-Philosophy, Psychoanalysis and Aesthetics. The body in film, sonic landscapes and the natural world in film – Davinia Quinlivan
- Spanish & Latin American Cinema – Carmen Rabalska
- The Drug Experience & Film - German Cinema, Post-Unification – Dr Andrea Rinke
Jazz First Tuesday: Dave Jones Affinity
1.15pm, Tuesday, 4 April 2017
Rose Theatre, 24-26 High Street, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 1HL
A series of free lunchtime concerts.
17 May 2017
— Free lunchtime concerts supported by Kingston University.