Film has emerged, in the last 100 years, as a global phenomenon with broad social, cultural, and commercial implications. National cinematic traditions have developed in virtually every corner of the world, making an understanding of film?s relationship to its conditions of production and reception integral to the work of cultural historians, students of politics and communications, philosophers, and sociologists alike. Thus film is a vital subject of intellectual inquiry that is useful to a wide range of students, not merely as vocational training for media professionals.
||Bachelors of Arts in Film Studies|
||Arts & Humanities/Film|