A group of Roehampton film staff and students have attended the 2014 Berlin Film Festival.
Dr Michael Witt, Reader in Film Studies at the University of Roehampton, has won the prestigious 2014 Limina Award for the Best International Film Studies Book published in 2013 for his book Jean-Luc Godard, Cinema Historian.
Ruaridh Nicoll, editor of the Observer Magazine, visited Roehampton University in March to talk to the Magazine Journalism students about his own career and his work on the Observer Magazine.
Dr. Pablo Romero-Fresco, Reader in Audiovisual Translation and Filmmaking at the University of Roehampton, will coordinate a pilot EU-funded project that will enable, for the first time ever, online communication between people who are deaf or hard of hearing and their European MPs ahead of the forthcoming European elections.
Students from University of Roehampton's Journalism Programme attend the Reuters Award at Reuter's headquarters in Canary Wharf.
The University of Roehampton is offering three bursaries to support students to attend this year’s British Science Festival.
Film and Television academics in the Department of Media, Culture and Language at the University of Roehampton exchange knowledge with the public – both online and at public events, including the BBC.
Dr Pablo Romero-Fresco, Reader in Audiovisual Translation and Filmmaking at the Department of Media, Culture and Language, has been awarded £120,000.
Staff and students in the Department of Media, Culture and Language at the University of Roehampton, were treated to exciting talks and film screenings by noted scholars, filmmakers and producers.
Deborah Jermyn, a Reader in Film, is busy organising a conference, to be hosted at the University of Roehampton, on the topic of Sex and the City Ten Years On: Landmark Television and its Legacy.
Senior lecturer in Film Chris Darke is a co-curator of a major forthcoming show at the Whitechapel Gallery on the life and works of the late, great French filmmaker Chris Marker.
Second year film student Fanny Kinch recently introduced and led a discussion about Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s documentary, Miss Representation (2011).
Enrica Colusso’s film, Home Sweet Home, is to be screened on French-German television channel, ARTE.
The film The Act of Killing, co-produced by Michael Uwemedimo of the Department of Media, Culture and Language, won Best Documentary at yesterday’s Bafta awards ceremony.
The University is pleased to announce the appointment of Dame Jacqueline Wilson as its new Chancellor. She will succeed current Chancellor, John Simpson in August 2014.
In the midst of crises, a group of women are busy getting their hair done.
Detroit: Ruin of a City, a documentary made by Michael Chanan and George Steinmetz in 2005, has screened at Vienna’s prestigious Film Casino. Co-director Michael is Professor of Film and Video Production at the University of Roehampton, London.
Senior Lecturer William Brown’s 2010 film, Afterimages, enjoyed two screenings on 18 December 2013 at the Kedainiai Sviesioji gymnasium in Kedainiai City, Lithuania.
Oscar-nominated film director Scandar Copti visited the University of Roehampton, London on 11 and 12 January in order to deliver a masterclass on directing actors.
The Centre for Research into Film and Audiovisual Cultures (CRFAC) has hosted a research seminar led by Dr Eylem Atakav of the University of East Anglia. Dr Atakav’s paper was entitled 'Women & Turkish Cinema: Gender Politics, Cultural Identity & Representation.’