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Behind the academic lens: UCL Anththropology film screenings

8 June 2009


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UCL's new generation of filmmakers will screen their work and be on hand to answer questions from the audience at 'Behind the Academic Lens', an event run by UCL Anthropology on 10 June.

The department will screen seven short films made by students on the Practical Documentary and Ethnographic Filmmaking module and the OADF@UCL workshops.

The screening will take place 4.30-6pm in Theatre One of the Cruciform Building on Gower Street.

The screening is part of UCL Anthropology's open afternoon for people interested in pursuing a masters degree in anthropology. The open day takes place 2-6pm at 14 Taviton Street.

To find out more about the screenings and the open day, follow the link at the top of this notice.


UCL context
The breadth of anthropology at UCL distinguishes our programme from those offered by most other British universities. UCL Anthropology looks at the biological, cultural, social and material culture aspects of human beings as well as their evolution. We cover the entire human story, from its origins to the present day.

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