4.6 / 5
4.6 / 5

Cinematics & photography, University of Kent

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#12 out of 140 UK Universities for Cinematics & photography

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4 Cinematics & photography reviews at University of Kent


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Student Review: 4 /5

Film, BA Hons

By On 19th May 19

A brilliant course with fantastically diverse options of study. It allows you to study both the fundamentals of film practice and theory, while leaving room for academic expansion in pretty much any subject you choose. Particularly the module Working with Actors is possibly one of the most valuable pieces of preparation for entering the film industry you can partake in, teaching you theoretical, practical and legal elements of directing from the perspective of actors and filmmakers respectively.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Film, BA Hons

By On 4th June 19

The modules are so interesting wish I could pick more

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Student Review: 4 /5

Film, BA Hons

By On 4th June 19

It is a good and interesting course with great seminars to get you’re point of view across

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Student Review: 5 /5

Film, BA Hons

By On 26th June 19

The course has a massive variety of options to study. First year introduces film by covering the basics of film and filmmaking. The other options show students a better variety of film. The tutors are helpful and puntucal and interesting

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