Film & Representation Theories (18+)

Join tutor Dr Connor Winterton for this one-day course exploring theories of representation in film, including feminism and female objectification, race, sexuality and identity.

Representations in film hold profound significance and offer insights into broader historical, social and cultural dynamics.

The second instalment in our series of film theory courses explores theories of representation, including feminism and female objectification, race, sexuality and identity.

The course is split into four parts, each exploring different representation theories:


Part 1: Theories of stereotyping in cinema

Part 2: Feminist theories and female objectification in cinema

Part 3: Theories of race and representation

Part 4: Theories of identity, including queer theories



Book Film & Audience Perspectives + Film & Representation Theories + Film & Textual Analysis together, in a single transaction, and pay just £50. (Admin fees apply for non-members).


Price: £20 / £18 Members

Tutor: Connor Winterton

Booking Information:

This 1 day course will run at Phoenix on Saturday 27 July 2024, 11.30am - 5pm.

You must be 18 or over to attend.

Cancellation Policy:

We do not offer refunds for cancellations of bookings, except in exceptional circumstances. In the event that an advertised course is withdrawn, we will endeavour to give 7 days’ notice and a full refund will be made.

View our Learner Agreement.


Dr Connor Winterton is subject area lead and lecturer in Media Studies at Loughborough College. Connor has a PhD in Media and Cultural Studies, has lectured at undergraduate level, and has taught numerous short courses at Phoenix. Connor also produces and hosts the pop culture podcast Connor-tations, available for free on Spotify, and is also a reviewer and interviewer for the online publication Borrowing Tape.

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