Con Verevis, a Senior Lecturer in Film at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, opened this academic year’s series of research seminars at CRFAC, the Centre for Research into Film and Audiovisual Cultures.
Comedian, actor, writer and director Omid Djalili has given a masterclass to film and media students at the University of Roehampton.
Barking Night, the graduation film directed by Roehampton student Jesse Smith, has been accepted into the No Gloss Film Festival in Leeds – while DeLorion by Maya Djurdjevic has played at the London Free Film Festival.
Henrique Pina, who graduated from the University of Roehampton with a degree in Film in 2008, has returned to the university to present his new film, The World Falls Apart (And People Still Fall in Love).
Dominic Buchanan, a former film student at Roehampton, has been profiled in Sight & Sound magazine, Britain’s leading journal for art house and independent cinema.
Roehampton's Dr Stacey Abbott has delivered an introductory lecture at the British Film Institute (BFI) to film students from all over London.
Leading British documentary filmmaker Marc Isaacs has given a class for Producing Reality, a second-year module for students interested in making documentaries.
Star of screen and stand-up comedy, Omid Djalili, visited students and staff in the Media, Culture and Language Department to give words of wisdom and advice on breaking into the film industry.
We are pleased to announce the publication of Stanley Kubrick: Adapting the Sublime (University Press of Mississippi 2013) by Elisa Pezzotta.
The University of Roehampton is pleased to announce that David Dickinson has joined as the new Director of Student Experience.
Please find the link to the article that features one of our Journalism students below:Times Higher Education Article
LANGUAGE OF THE WOLVESby Rosalind Coward
The University has scored its best ever results in the National Student Survey. 86% of Roehampton students are satisfied with their overall experience of the University - above the national average.
The University has scored its best ever results in the National Student Survey, which have been released today. 86% of Roehampton students are satisfied with their overall experience of University – above the national average and ahead of its key competitors.
Recent drama and journalism graduate Kathryn Felton features in the 'Now we are fifty' article in the Times Higher Education. The article marks the proportion of young people in the UK attending university rising to almost 50%.
Graduation Ceremonies are a fitting conclusion to the hard work of our students over the course of their studies. They also provide the perfect opportunity for the University to recognise excellence in areas that reflect its mission through the conferment of honorary degrees.
The University of Roehampton, London, is delighted to announce the launch of its new MA in Film and Screen Cultures.
William Brown’s latest film, Common Ground, has screened in competition at the FEST Film Festival in Portugal.
William Brown, a senior lecturer in Film, has published a new book on the philosophy of digital special effects films.
The Department of Media, Culture and Language hosted the “III Encuentro para profesores de centros universitarios y centros formadores de ELE” (Conference for HE Teachers of Spanish as a foreign language).