Our MA Film and Literature focuses on the theoretical and practical interactions between literature and film, providing you with a wide range of textual and analytic skills. It allows you to choose a specific area of literary studies to complement your study of film history and theory, and to enhance your understanding of the different ways that literary and filmic texts create their meanings.
The comparative nature of our MA Film and Literature is informed by the research expertise of our staff, which encompasses a wide range of world cinemas, postcolonial studies, cultural theory, translation, adaptation theory, and modernist and postmodernist aesthetics. You can explore the relationship between literature and film from a number of different perspectives, including how the practices of one medium anticipates and influences the other.
Postgraduate study qualification from the University of Essex.