Cornerhouse

Film courses

Film courses

For film fans, there’s nothing better after a visit to the cinema than discussing the film over a post-screening drink.  Our film courses take that enjoyment in talking about film up a few notches and offer Cornerhouse audiences a space for debate and structured learning across a range of film and cultural topics.  Whether you’re a fan of Italian Neo-realism, a Spanish cinema buff or a documentary devotee, you’ll find something in our course programme to capture your imagination.

Led by local film experts who work closely with us all-year-round, our courses provide lively, stimulating discussion in a informal setting.  We have courses at Beginner and Intermediate level too, so just choose what is best for you. If you’ve not studied film before or are looking for a broad starting point before moving on to other courses, we recommend our annual Essential Intro to Film Studies for all beginners. This course runs each October and frequently sells out – book early to avoid disappointment.

Courses run for 8 weeks and take place three times a year, starting in October, January and May.  All course information can be found here or in our monthly guide.

Courses This Week

Introduction to Gothic Cinema Starts Wed 15 Oct, continues each week until Wed 3 Dec, 8 weeks

Coming soon

European Cinema Today: Local, National and Global Influences Tue 13 Jan - Tue 3 Mar 2015 (8 Weeks)

Previous Courses

Projecting the World Wed 15 Jan - Wed 5 March 2014; 8 weeks
Commedia all’Italiana: Comedy, Italian-style Mon 13 Jan - Mon 3 March 2014, 8 weeks
Essential Intro to Film Studies 2013 14 October - 2 December 2013; 8 weeks
Lone Wolves and Dangerous Dames – an exploration of film noir 9 October - 27 November 2013; 8 weeks