STAFF IN FILM AND TELEVISION STUDIES José Arroyo (Spanish & Latin American Cinema; Hollywood Cinema) Charlotte Brunsdon (British Cinema & Television; Avant-Garde Cinema) Stella Bruzzi (Documentary Cinema; Hollywood Cinema) Jon Burrows (Silent Cinema; British Cinema) Catherine Constable (Philosophy and Film; Feminism and Film) Edward Gallafent (Hollywood Cinema; Swedish Cinema) Stephen Gundle (Italian Cinema; Politics & Cinema) James MacDowell (Hollywood Cinema: Am. Independent Cinema) Rachel Moseley (British Television; Identity in Film & TV; costume) Michael Pigott (Digital Cinema; Gallery Cinema) Alastair Phillips (French Cinema; Japanese Cinema; World Cinemas) Karl Schoonover (Italian Cinema; World Cinemas; Film Theory) Helen Wheatley (British and American Television History and Criticism) V.F. Perkins (Honorary Professor of Film Studies)
HEFCE Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008 Rankings for Departments offering Film/Lit, Film/Drama or Film/TV Degrees INSTITUTIONGRADE POINT % OF RESEARCH CLASSEDNO. OF FILM/TV SCHOLARS AVERAGEAS ‘WORLD-LEADING’ENTERED FOR ASSESSMENT 1.Warwick3.560%10 2.UEA3.450%9 3.St. Andrews3.3550%5 4.Manchester3.345%2 5.Bristol3.245%4 --KCL3.240%7 7.Glasgow3.1540%8 8.Exeter (English & Film) 3.045%5 9.Kent2.9535%9 10.Royal Holloway2.920%8 --Sussex2.915%7 12.Nott. Trent2.825%3 --Ulster 2.810%3 14.Reading2.7530%10 --Southampton2.7530%9
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Career Destinations after 6 months for Graduates of Department of Film & Television Studies Public Graduate Employment Market Statistics (GEMS) Below is a selection of the job titles of graduates based on Graduate statistics 2011/12, 2010/11, 2009/10, (aggregated data) Animator Communications Intern Editorial Assistant (Media) Events Technician Global Sales Assistant MTV Production Intern Script Researcher Trainee Applications Consultant Web Editor
Yvonne Tasker, Professor of Film Studies, University of East Anglia Rachel Moseley, Associate Professor of Film and Television Studies, University of Warwick Alastair Phillips, Associate Professor of Film Studies, University of Warwick Helen Wheatley, Associate Professor of Film Studies, University of Warwick Dimitris Eleftheriotis, Reader in Film Studies, University of Glasgow Ian Garwood, Lecturer in Film and Television Studies, University of Glasgow Ian Goode, Lecturer in Film and Television Studies, University of Glasgow Amy Holdsworth, Lecturer in Film and Television Studies, University of Glasgow Andrew Klevan, Lecturer in Film Studies, St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford Michael Williams, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies, University of Southampton Tamar Jeffers McDonald, Lecturer in Film Studies, University of Kent Aylish Wood, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies, University of Kent Alex Clayton, Lecturer in Screen Studies, University of Bristol Richard Misek, Lecturer in Screen Studies, University of Bristol Cathy Johnson, Senior Lecturer in Culture, Film & Media, University of Nottingham Jacob Leigh, Lecturer in Media Arts, Royal Holloway, University of London James Bennett, Lecturer in Media Arts, Royal Holloway, University of London Tom Brown, Lecturer in Film Studies, King’s College London Faye Woods, Lecturer in Television, University of Reading Jason Jacobs, Reader in Cultural History, University of Queensland Rob King, Assistant Professor of Cinema Studies, University of Toronto Tim Palmer, Associate Professor of Film Studies, University of North Carolina, Wilmington Paul McDonald, Professor in Film and Television Studies, University of Portsmouth Sarah Thomas, Lecturer in Film, Aberystwyth University Deborah Jermyn, Reader in Film and Television, Roehampton University James Walters, Lecturer in Film and Television, University of Birmingham Malini Guha, Assistant Professor in Film Studies, Carleton University, Canada Peter Hutchings, Professor of Film Studies, Northumbria University Iris Kleinecke-Bates, Lecturer in Film Studies, University of Hull James Zborowski, Lecturer in Film Studies, University of Hull Selected Warwick Film & Television Studies Graduates Working as Lecturers
Rachel Wood, Digital Editor, Sky 1 & Sky 3D Film and Literature, 2010 James Cotton, Independent producer ( Powder Room released theatrically 6 th December 2013, whilst working for a film financier.) Film and Literature, 2008 Oliver Goldman, Communications Assistant, BAFTA Film with Television Studies, 2010 Selected Recent Warwick Film & Television Studies Graduates Working in Film/TV/Radio
James King, film critic for Radio 1, London Tonight Paul W.S. Anderson, director of Event Horizon, Resident Evil Stephen Merchant, co-writer/director of The Office, Extras Selected Warwick Film & Television Studies Graduates Working in Film/TV/Radio
Sara Sesardic Global Radio / Absolute Radio / Wise Buddah Creative Ltd Freelance Producer Sara featured in the 30 Under 30, a prestigious list of the 30 brightest young talents working in UK radio named by The Radio Academy She has worked as an Assistant Producer on the Frank Skinner show