In collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh, this program examines how the moving images we are surrounded by today are edited, as well as how still and moving images not only serve as entertainment but also inform the way we communicate, learn about the world, purchase goods, and express our identities. Earn 6 credits.
CAPA program fees are comprehensive and include tuition, housing, excursions, My Global City events and activities, 24/7 emergency support, insurance, and more!
Earn 6 credits with two courses or one course plus an optional internship and accompanying Global Internship Course.
You can opt to live in shared apartments or a homestay (with your own room and two meals a day), all within commuting distance to the CAPA center.
A Zone 1-2 London Underground pass is included for use on the Tube (subway) and buses for students living in apartments. Zones 1-3 is included for students in homestay.
Full-day excursions to Stonehenge and Bath. Social events include an arrival tea, midterm dinner, and a farewell ceremony.
Participate in an internship opportunity, earn credit and gain valuable skills. Note: internships in London requires a visa.
These events may include touring multicultural Brixton, feasting on a curry dinner on Brick Lane, a Greenwich Riverboat and walking tour, or an Abbey Road Beatles Magical Mystery Tour.
We maintain a comprehensive health and safety plan with staff available 24/7 in the event of an emergency.
As a student on our program, you’ll receive our medical, travel, and accident insurance.
The CAPA London team is available throughout your program to help you make the most of your experience.
Courses consist of seminars, weekly screenings, and practical film production.
This course will explore the digital media that permeate most social and economic interactions today, with a focus on digital media as a contemporary means of communication, placing them in the context of remix culture. Students will investigate still and moving images, which not only serve as entertainment, but also inform the way we communicate, learn about the world, purchase goods, and express our identities.
LNDN FILM 3375
This course will introduce the theory, practice, and art of moving image editing. Students will explore historical accounts of editing practice, intertwined with media analysis; participate in practical exercises; and examine the key concepts that illuminate intersections between media and culture: conversation, gaze, action, persuasion, story, beat, humor, metaphor, and voice.
LNDN FILM 3377