About this course
Study our Film and English degree at Southampton and discover how we tell stories across both art forms. On this course, you'll analyse writing from early poetry to the present day novel. You'll learn how to view Hollywood blockbusters, European and world cinema with a critical eye. You can look at literature and films in new contexts, including performance, music, science, philosophy and more.
In Film, you'll study familiar classics alongside contemporary cinema, and genres including:
You'll deepen your understanding and enjoyment of films and develop your critical thinking as part of a lively community.
Our English modules look at written English from across the world, in many social and cultural contexts. You're encouraged to study literature from different eras and creative writing.
You can examine both classical and popular novel adaptations in our specialised module. From Jane Austen to Harry Potter, you'll explore the close links between film and literature.
As part of this film and English course you can:
explore British, European and world cinema
take modules in scriptwriting and narrative non-fiction
join writing workshops at Nuffield Southampton Theatres
explore experimental writing at Entropics
use a unique collection of rare books at Chawton House Library
submit your own film to a yearly film festival
We offer a 4-week summer school at Dongguk University in Seoul. This includes film and cultural orientation courses.
This course is based at Avenue, Southampton.
This qualification is awarded by the University of Southampton.
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The programme specification sets out the learning outcomes of this course and details how the course is taught and assessed.