University of Sussex - Fresh perspectives

A series of "thought-provoking and entertaining" alternative documentaries and films are going on display as part of a new exhibition. Final-year students on the media practice and theory degree at the University of Sussex will host a show featuring projects by 43 media and film students on the course. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to view displays on subjects ranging from fetishists to a working men's club.

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