26 April 2018
Aberystwyth Arts Centre is host to a production of Land of My Fathers, a play written and directed by Professor David Ian Rabey and with Digital Scenography by Piotr Woycicki
01 November 2017
Congratulations to Meleri Morgan for winning the Factual category at the 2018 Royal Television Society Wales Centre Student Television Awards!
25 October 2017
We are delighted that our enviable relationship with the world-leading Tribeca Film Festival continues to go from strength to strength as we begin preparations to send two more students to the festival in New York next April. The festival trip is the annual highlight of a series of collaborations with the festival’s short film programmer, Ben Thompson, who is also a former TFTS graduate and now a Creative Associate of the university.
21 November 2017
Theatre, Film and Television Studies Professor David Ian Rabey's new book 'Alistair McDowall's Pomona' is due to be released in early 2018 as part of Routledge's Fourth Wall series.
21 November 2017
The Department of Film and Television Studies at Aberystwyth University is pleased to invite applications for PhD scholarships, through its involvement in the AHRC South West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership (SWW DTP). The partnership brings together a Consortium of 8 universities, extended by a network of prestigious international, national and regional organisations representing the arts, heritage, media and government sectors.
01 November 2017
Congratulations to Jenny Hall on her scenography for National Dance Company Wales’ recent production P.A.R.A.D.E, performed at the Wales Millenium Centre and Pontio in Bangor.
12 October 2017
A documentary by an Aberystwyth University graduate to mark the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan tragedy has won the Single Documentary Award at Bafta Cymru 2017.
29 September 2017
Martin Smith, who graduated from Aberystwyth University in 2015 with an MA in Film Studies, has just published one of his course essays in the journal Film International.
09 August 2017
Undergraduate degree schemes at Aberystwyth University’s Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies have been given high rankings in the 2017 National Student Survey (NSS).
Published on Wednesday 9 August 2017, the annual poll of final-year undergraduates records student satisfaction for the Department’s Drama & Theatre Studies degree scheme at 94% and the Film & Television Studies degree scheme at 93%.
27 July 2017
Liz Jones, Teaching Fellow at the Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies, who is writing a biography of Marguerite Jervis for Honno Welsh Women’s Press, is presenting a paper on her research at the Welsh Women's Archive conference in Aberystwyth.
24 July 2017
This conference offers a platform for both established and emerging scholars who share a desire to research past cinema audiences – prior to 2000 – through a wide range of investigative foci. We welcome proposals for twenty minute papers, as well as for poster presentations, the latter of which may be ideal for masters or first year PhD students.
25 June 2017
TFTS Lecturer Dr Kim Knowles is curating Black Box, an experimental strand at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Black Box showcases a selection of short and feature-length experimental films, pushing the boundaries and testing the limits of moving image production.
03 July 2017
A performance by graduates of the BA Drama and Theatre Studies (Welsh Medium) degree scheme, Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies, Aberystwyth University.
11 May 2017
You are warmly invited to the Performance and Politics International (PPi) Research Centre's 10th Anniversary Lecture from the 6-7 June 2017 with Professor Diana Taylor (New York University).
Dr Jamie Medhurst, Reader and Co-Director of the University's Centre for Media History, has been invited to join the steering group of the Entangled Media Histories (EMHIS) research network, which is funded by the Swedish Government. Jamie will be organising the network's next forum to be held at Gregynog in May 2019.