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The Centre for Film Studies, which embraces colleagues from across the University, was established in 2005 to encourage interdisciplinary research. The Centre has an international advisory board composed of leading academics and industry professionals. Our activities combine a mixture of cutting edge scholarly activities alongside events facilitating cultural engagement.

The Centre has a distinctive identity, focusing on film as a transnational medium. It is driving forward research in several key areas including as the world's leading hub for research into film festivals. The Centre supports a vibrant research environment which involves experienced, high profile academics working alongside a large community of doctoral students. The Centre organises conferences, workshops, film festivals, screenings with visiting directors as well as regular fortnightly research seminars with guest speakers (scholars, critics, industry professionals, publishers) from international and national locations. These events attract scholars and students from across the University, and beyond.

In addition, cultural engagement lies at the heart of our activities. Numerous collaborations, projects and events have been designed to develop film culture at a local level, and to enhance the globally connected nature of film culture in St Andrews.

For more information please visit the Centre for Film Studies home page.

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