Search Masters Programs in Film Studies 2019 in Bangalore in India
A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
The study of film involves a wide variety of different topics, including directing, production, history, and criticism. Students often analyze everything from film structure and storytelling to visual symbolism and social context.
Bangalore is not only the third largest city in India in regards to population, but also the capital of the state of Karnataka. It is an ICT center and hub and home to numerous higher education institutions and research centers.
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This specialization offers a space to engage with social, political and cultural contexts around us through the medium of film. The focus is on continuous making and lear
This specialization offers a space to engage with social, political and cultural contexts around us through the medium of film. The focus is on continuous making and learning how the techniques of filmmaking can be employed creatively to tell stories about real people places and events, through one’s own subjective viewpoint.
Key Values in the Curriculum
Exploring personal vision and position
Ethical and responsible image-making
Questioning the notion of reality
Reflecting upon the human condition
Studios & Labs: Immersive spaces and forums that foster making, experimenting, conversations, thinking and a sense of being.
Workshops: provide intense learning experiences in making and doing, across the different disciplines.
Seminars: provide a space for investigating a particular idea, topic, praxis through reading, writing, making and discussion.
Independent Studies: are undertaken in an area of student interest with minimal mentoring through specially designed study units.
Internship: provides students an opportunity to use multidisciplinary skills and learning acquired during the course of study and obtain professional inputs that complement academic learning.
Electives & General Studies: Engagement outside the disciplinary framework, that allows for extension, building connections and broadening worldview through liberal arts modules. Click here to read more about the General Studies Program >>
Self-Initiated Projects: An end of semester challenge that allows the student to engage in research/ inquiry in a chosen topic.
Interlude (Open Elective): is a space for a practical engagement related to a relevant field of study that is creative, reflective and extensive.
Capstone: Mentored project that is...