There are various methods of studying film, which are gaining in popularity. You can focus on the operational and practical side or the academic and analytical, or why not combine the two?
You can study different aspects of specific films, from the script to the camera work, the lighting to the editing. You’ll have the opportunity to trace the progress of individual directors or schools of directors in a global context, and follow the development of different traditions based on western and eastern native cultures.
A degree in Film Studies can lead to a variety of jobs, including creative freelancer, working on specific productions or pursuing an academic career by specialising in a particular historical or contemporary genre.
See further information about specific courses (available either wholly or partly in Welsh) here:
Bangor University (dolen i dudalen Saesneg er bod 84% o’r cwrs ar gael drwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg – yn ôl Unistats)
Swansea University – as part of the BA Media and Public Relations course. Welsh medium modules available here:
Also see the Careers Wales website for further information about the opportunities available in these subjects.