Film news archive 2016-2022
Dr Alexander R.E. Taylor visited internet data centres to learn of the human effort it takes to keep the cloud aloft.
The The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum has celebrated its 25th anniversary with a special event on campus.
National prize awarded to film expert for ground-breaking book on wartime cinema
Soldiers expressed their personality and emotions in bureaucratic battlefield World War One diaries, analysis shows
Soldiers were able to express their personality and emotions in bureaucratic World War One battlefield diaries, analysis shows.
Thousands of wounded World War One soldiers sent to see films as rehabilitation after returning from conflict, study shows
Cinemagoing was used as rehabilitation for thousands of soldiers returning from World War One, a new book shows.
Newly analysed letters written by Vivien Leigh show her close bond with fans - and how the actress would share highly-personal details about her health and relationships with them.
Rare posters showing the glamorous stars of cinema’s Golden Age have returned to Britain, thanks to a donation by one of the world’s foremost movie memorabilia collectors.
European partnerships to research depiction of girlhood in the media brings multinational research opportunities for students
Innovative European partnerships set up by University of Exeter academics have created new cross-border research opportunities for students.
She achieved global stardom thanks to iconic roles in Gone with the Wind and A Streetcar Named Desire. Now the public can explore how Vivien Leigh had strong links to the South West as well as Hollywood as part of a major new project.
A lucky group of students studying on the undergraduate Spanish programme were taken on a field trip to Chagford Film Festival.
British World War One prisoners of war established and ran their own cinemas while held by the Germans – even watching films regularly with their captors, new research shows.
The only evidence left of lost films made in the golden era of silent movies can be seen for the first time after an unique collection was donated to one of the UK’s foremost cinema museums.
A fascinating selection of memorabilia, collectibles and curios that showcase the glitz and glamour of the world’s premier film award ceremonies has been put on public display.
Innovative film director and writer Mark Cousins next star of University of Exeter’s Creative Dialogues series
Award-winning innovative film director and writer Mark Cousins will discuss his prestigious career and influences during a free public event at the University of Exeter this month.
Cinema-going was so popular among troops serving in the trenches in World War One thousands regularly packed into bombed out buildings near the front line to watch the latest films, new research shows.
Influential film critic Mark Kermode has been appointed as an Honorary Professor at the University of Exeter.
Experts are celebrating a pioneering partnership between the University of Exeter and the London Film School which gives students unique training in the movie industry.
British film industry no better at including women in key roles than Hollywood, research launched at Cannes shows
More than half of British films had no or just one woman in key production roles, new research shows.
A PhD student from the University of Exeter and the London Film School has been awarded an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Women remain dramatically unrepresented in the British film industry, according to a major new study which shows there has been little change in the number of female directors or cinematographers in the past decade.
Charles Dance OBE, the celebrated actor, screenwriter and film director, has launched the University of Exeter’s new Creative Dialogues series.
Film lovers are celebrating the 20th birthday of the UK’s foremost museum of moving image history.
A unique collection of rarely seen photographs showing stars such as Judy Garland and Laurence Olivier making some of British Cinema’s most-loved films can be seen for the first time.
Incredible lives of rural African community who speak at least six languages showcased at Exeter event
The incredible lives of people in a rural African community who speak a minimum of six languages will be showcased in Exeter this week.
Latest results in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2016 show that the College of Humanities continues to score highly - with students among the most satisfied within UK universities.
The College of Humanities achieved fantastic success at the Teaching Awards 2016, with five winners and five runners-up, including Best Subject for English.
‘Middlebrow Cinema’ is the first book to be published in Routledge’s brand new Film Studies series, 'Remapping World Cinema: Regional Tensions and Global Transformations'.
University of Exeter experts will be able to examine and preserve important historical objects thanks to a new £1.2m Digital Humanities research space.
Anna Sowa, a Film Studies PGR student in the College of Humanities, has won an award for her film, 'Kanraxël: The Confluence of Agnack' at the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) 10th Anniversary Research in Film Awards at the British Film Institute (BFI)
Students from the University of Exeter will participate in one of the world’s leading international film festivals.
The Paddon Award Arts Competition has returned for another year. In honour of the University’s Diamond Jubilee, the theme for entries for this year’s award is ‘Celebration’.