Science and Technology Studies


STS offers degrees at each university level: undergraduate, masters, and PhD



Filming, lighting, sound recording, interview technique, presentation, narrative, documentary and docudrama genres and postproduction paper, film and sound editing.

Science and Film Production

The module is practical in design. It also has a theoretical dimension, establishing a social, cultural and intellectual context for production and offering a strong critical foundation for the effective realization of production work. Students will create film productions that will engage with real audiences on the web and other media platforms.

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Course Objectives:

By the end of this module students should be able to:

  • Explain the information revolution, and a little of the recent history of information and communication technologies, with a particular focus on its ethical and societal significance.
  • Understand some of the conceptual difficulties in defining information, in spite of its extensive usefulness in multiple areas of science and technology.
  • Understand and explain some of the philosophical issues caused by the rapid technological change of the information revolution, such as how we should conceive of personal identity, society and knowledge.
  • Construct clear and rigorous arguments concerning these topics.

Course Syllabus:

UCL Module Catalogue: Science and Film Production (HPSC0066)