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Film and Philosophy MA: Course features

What this course offers you

  • A unique offering in both continental philosophy and film theory in the UK.
  • Taught by published authors in the specific areas of film and philosophy.
  • Offers latest ideas in continental philosophy and their connection to film.
  • Shows how film can be used to teach, illustrate and create philosophy.
  • Offers a good understanding of philosophical aesthetics, art theory, and art history as a context for thinking about film and philosophy together.
  • Enables students to explore current and emerging discourses within the fields of Film Theory and Philosophy, engaging with theoretical concerns at the forefront of visual culture, art theory, moving image media and critical theory.
  • Co-taught by the fields of film studies and the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP).
  • The film studies team is a creative, innovative and highly respected group, with links to the British Film Institute and home to Cinema Journal, one of the most respected scholarly publications in the field.
  • Kingston University's CRMEP (Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy) is the leading continental philosophy centre in the UK. 

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