University of Newcastle Australia program

Film and Television Studies

This program, FMCS1200, explores historical and contemporary concepts of film and televisual scholarship.

This program is part of the Bachelor of Arts degree offered by The University of Newcastle Australia

Be introduced to the connected areas of film and television studies. Examine core components of cinematic and televisual forms.

This course introduces the connected areas of film and television studies, examining core components of cinematic and televisual forms. We explore fundamental principles of these historically dominant, ongoing audio-visual media or artforms and influential scholarship devoted to them, taking in theoretical, formal, aesthetic, industrial, cultural, technical, political, and historical perspectives.


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Courses

4 courses

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