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    Exploring how issues such as conflict and migration interact with film and theatre

Stories

Minghella Studios is a place for both staff and students to develop exciting projects, and where a supportive community can help to realise individual ideas and ambitions.

Tegan Hopgood: the benefits of studying film, theatre and television at reading

Tegan Hopgood, a third-year BA Theatre student, explains how the supportive environment and first-class facilities equipment offered by the Department gives students incredible creative freedom in the approach to their work.

Dominic Lees: Combining Theory and practice to become a better film maker

Dominic Lees is a filmmaker and PhD student in the Department of Film, Theatre & Television. Although already highly experienced in film practice, Dominic's knowledge and skills have been greatly enhanced by the Department's approaches to film and theatre.

Professor Lúcia Nagib: the intermedial approach to exploring Brazilian cinema

Lúcia Nagib's research project, Intermidia, aims to provide a deeper and more meaningful understanding of how Brazilian cinema is perceived in the wider world. It is co-funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council in the UK and the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) of Brazil.

Teresa Murjas: Commonality through conflict: Dissecting Displacement in World War 2

Inspired by her own family's history with displacement as a result of conflict, Dr Teresa Murjas works with the Museum of English Rural Life (MERL) and the British Museum to use objects and archival materials to tell meaningful stories through performance.

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