Ethnographic and Documentary Film (Practical) MA
About this degree
Students learn to tell stories in various documentary film modes; master the technical ‘craft’ skills needed to produce different kinds of documentary films of different lengths for varied audiences; critically view and review film material; draw on anthropological and social science approaches to documentary; think critically about the relationship between form and content in ethnographic and documentary practice.
Immersive Factual Storytelling is no longer a studio within Ethnographic and Documentary Film, but is now offered as a separate MA programme. If you would like to apply for the new Immersive Factual Storytelling MA programme, please follow this link.
Who this course is for:
We are looking for students who want to challenge the documentary form and find innovative ways to tell important stories that resonate with global audiences. This degree is well-suited to students who have little or no experience in making films but also provides the opportunity for those with experience to deepen and broaden the range of their work.
- How do I submit my portfolio?
Please include a link to your portfolio in your application (e.g. in the personal statement).