Why study Film Studies?
There are many reasons to study film studies. First of all, it is an interesting and vibrant field. Film theory has a long history, with Aristotle’s Poetics and Confessions of a Movie Lover by Luis Buñuel debating the process and purpose of movies. With so much material constantly in flux, the study of the film brings you into the world of dynamic images and challenging processes that always make people think differently.
Anyone interested in film needs to study Film Studies. Whether you are a filmmaker or just someone interested in how films convey stories and portray characters, the philosophy of film is important to understand the theoretical aspects of filmmaking. It is also necessary for career opportunities in all facets related to film.
Film Studies offers students the opportunity to explore the language of cinema through practice and theory, and anyone interested in filmmaking should definitely take this course.
Storytelling is one of the oldest forms of expression in human history and has evolved into many different mediums. With a master’s degree, you can learn everything about filmmaking, from introductory courses to advanced studies like sound design, etc. After earning a bachelor’s degree in Film Studies, students can pursue a master’s degree in filmmaking, Film Studies, Television Fiction Writing, Craft Editing, Fine Arts in film & animation, Moving Image and Sound, and many others.