Fully express your creativity
Combining film studies with practice
One of the highlights of Tegan's degree was the study of film theory and how it can inform practice to produce better work.
"I have loved learning and understanding the theory side of film and theatre and this has allowed me to critically inform every piece of work I create. We create so many practical pieces over the three years that there is always an opportunity to develop your skills and create work you can be really proud of."
All Film, Theatre & Television students are based in Minghella Studios, our £11.4m purpose-built study environment. It is equipped with multifunctional performance spaces and specialist production areas and equipment.
"Minghella Studios is probably the most wonderful part of being a Film, Theatre & Television student at Reading. We are so lucky to have our own bespoke building, filled with resources and equipment that make anything possible."
The first-year module, Making Meaning, which all Film, Theatre and Television students study, helped prepare Tegan for the rest of her degree. The module comprises of workshops and small-group practical projects designed to introduce you to the principles of theatre performance and screen-based production.
"There is a freedom of creativity on this module that sets you up for modules in later terms that have more technical demands and are longer in process. This module taught me that every idea I have is possible."