The interdisciplinary Global Cinema Minor, housed in the Department of English and Comparative Literature, enables students to explore the changing, global face of cinema in its aesthetic, economic, historical, linguistic, and social contexts.
Students choose a flexible, rigorous, and exciting course of study of the place of film within and across different cultures. Undergraduate students majoring in any academic unit are eligible for this five-course minor.
Students can pursue a major in Global Cinema Studies by taking a film-focused track in Comparative Literature.
Check here for information about film-related events and screenings on campus.
Be sure to check out our annual Triangle Film Salon — lectures, roundtable discussions, workshops, and other events featuring both UNC film faculty and visiting scholars.