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Women In Science: A Playwriting Commission from the University of York

Posted on Friday 22 September 2017

The Department of Theatre, Film and Television at the University of York is delighted to announce a playwriting commission for 2017-18.


Laidlaw scholars in the Department of Theatre, Film and Television

Posted on Monday 17 July 2017

We are delighted that 2nd year student Bethany White and 1st year student Edward Whyte, both on the BSc in Film and Television Production, have started their Laidlaw Undergraduate Research and Leadership Scholarships.


Honorary Degree for Charles Gurassa

Posted on Thursday 13 July 2017

The Department of Theatre, Film and Television is delighted that Charles Gurassa has been awarded an Honorary Degree.


ESL and University of York Announce World-First Collaboration in Teaching and Research of Esports.

Posted on Tuesday 27 June 2017

ESL and University of York Collaboration in Teaching and research of Esports London 27th June 2017: ESL, the world’s largest esports company, and the University of York, one of the top universities in the UK and a member of the Russell Group, are today announcing a world-first collaboration to make industry-aligned teaching and research for esports a reality.


TFTV colleagues collaborate on media convergence theatre project

Posted on Thursday 15 June 2017

In a collaborative media convergence project, Dr Mariana Lopez (sound design), Paul Ryan (visual effects), Roberto del Pino (set design) have worked on staging John Dryden's Amphitryon; or, The Two Sosias under the direction of Professor Michael Cordner from the Department of Theatre, Film and television.


Virtual Reality Viking Exhibition brings ninth century invaders camp to life - Yorkshire Museum

Posted on Monday 22 May 2017

Guy Schofield and Jonathan Hook, from the Department of Theatre, Film and Television have been working on a virtual reality project which forms part of a new exhibition at the Yorkshire Museum.


Honorary Degree for Sally Wainwright

Posted on Wednesday 18 January 2017

The Department of Theatre, Film and Television is delighted that Sally Wainwright will be awarded an Honorary Degree.


TFTV PhD student shortlisted for national award

Posted on Friday 14 October 2016

A film made by a PhD student in the Department of Theatre, Film and Television has been shortlisted for the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s (AHRC) 2016 Research in Film Awards.


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