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The film and photography courses at Kingston University enable you to learn the skills needed to work professionally in the creative industries. On our filmmaking course you'll be able to experiment with digital and analogue formats, and shoot, process, telecine and edit on 8mm and 16mm gauges.

On our photography course you'll get to use high-end digital capture, studios and darkrooms, as well as historic 19th century processes including cyanotypes and salt prints. Our film cultures course is for those who are interested in the many film roles beyond practical production, such as festival programming, museum and exhibit curation, and promotion and copywriting around visual culture.

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Did you know?

Did you know?

First- and second-year filmmaking students at Kingston have the opportunity to apply for an annual internship programme as festival assistants at the British Film Institute, supporting the Future Film Festival. 

Industry links

Industry links

We have excellent industry links which include the British Film Institute, the Institute of Contemporary Arts, the British Journal of Photography and the Association of Photographers. You will benefit from getting to hear from industry professionals and having the chance to participate in work experience schemes.

After you graduate

After you graduate

Our graduates go onto work in a variety of creative roles. These include photographer, photojournalist, artist, film director, museum and exhibition curator, promotional copywriter and independent filmmaker. Some also continue onto our postgraduate courses.

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