We invite you to take part in an artistic exploration into Film and Media marking our Master Cohort’s graduation in June 2020. We are proud to present 17 gifted, brave and research ready students – all set to encounter the world!
This Exposition takes its cue from the ongoing pandemic as each student shares their enquiry, their challenges and their visions for the future through interviews via zoom and on Research Catalogue.
There are three course profiles within the Master’s Programme for Film and Media this year:
Narrative Space – Production Design for Film and Media
focusses on visualisation and the art of designing and building environments for moving images. Production design is moving image storytelling using space, place, architecture and objects as narrative tools.
The Art of Impact has an international and interdisciplinary approach and a focus on narrative, audience, distribution and participation. Students with a desire to develop as professionals while critically reflecting on a range of artistic approaches explore the latest technology through seminar formats and lab processes in order to expand the field.
Documentary processes is aimed at documentary makers, artists and journalists wishing to develop and expand their knowledge of contemporary reality storytelling through both theory and practice.
The new Master’s Program in Film and Media is currently in development. It will cover a number of disciplines and is scheduled to launch in the September 2020 and 2021. Please see individual course web pages for further information.
Tinna Joné, Assistant professor in Documentary storytelling and
head of Master’s Programme for Film and Media