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Painting in Perpetual Motion: Art, Film, TV and David Lynch

Film research contributes to REF success

Film research contributes to REF success. Colleagues working in film research helped achieve excellent results.

Mirror Speech Series: Final Screening at Side Cinema (Newcastle)

On Friday 9th January 2015 the Research Centre in Film and Digital Media at Newcastle University and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art are screening the final instalment of the Mirror Speech Screening series at Side Cinema, 7:30.

Newcastle University ranked 16th in UK for global research power
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Chris Brink reports on the University’s success in the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) which was published today.

Elephant in the Room:Film and Visual Culture in Contemporary Northern Ireland
The Research Centre for Film and Digital Media (RCFDM) at Newcastle University is hosting a half-day symposium on film and visual culture in Northern Ireland, to be followed by the launch of Paula Blair's Old Borders, New Technologies: Reframing Film and Visual Culture in Contemporary Northern Ireland (Peter Lang, 2014).

Next Mirror Speech Screening -Tout va bien (1972)
BALTIC and the Research Centre in Film and Digital Media at Newcastle University have organised a series of film screenings exploring French society, politics and representation in the 1960s and 1970s.

Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership PhD Studentships in Film Studies
The Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership invites top-calibre applicants to apply to its doctoral studentships competition 2015. More than fifty fully-funded doctoral studentships are available across the full range of arts and humanities subjects, including Film.

Film on MA in Film Studies Goes Live
A new film, showcasing the exciting range of possibilities in Film Studies at Newcastle University is now live. Watch it on youtube, google+, youku and weibo. Congratulations to the Film Studies crew behind it! 

'Algorithms' reviewed in Guardian

'Algorithms' directed by Ian McDonald, a senior lecturer in Film at Newcastle University has received another favourable review, this time in the Guardian newspaper.

Mirror Speech Screening Series in collaboration with the Baltic
BALTIC and the Research Centre in Film and Digital Media at Newcastle University have organised a series of film screenings exploring French society, politics and representation in the 1960s and 1970s.

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