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Pembroke Film Masterclass Series
The Pembroke Film Masterclass series brings together students, academics, film critics and film aficionados, to celebrate the art of cinema at Oxford University.
Run by Pembroke College MCR and founded by Valentina Ippolito, Pembroke Film Masterclasses are the perfect platform for anyone with an interest in the art of filmmaking.
The Film Masterclasses offer opportunities for Q&As with award winning Directors and Producers, as well inspirational lectures on the work of leading filmmakers in the industry. These sessions discuss new approaches to filmmaking on identity representation in cinema.
Previous Masterclasses have centred on themes such as 'The Migrant's Journey', women in film, and 'Character and Place in the Films of Marc Isaacs'.
The Film Masterclass series is supported by the Pembroke Annual Fund.
Amanda Nevill, CEO of the BFI, shared the recent triumphs of the British film industry with an audience of budding filmmakers and film aficionados at Pembroke