Duration: 2 years
Intake Periods: February 2015 / October 2015
Funding: Students taking this course may be eligible for course funding. Depending on your chosen intake, you must apply for funding within a certain period. Contact a programme advisor for further information.
This 2-year programme develops the key skills and practical techniques required to create studio productions and developing film, video and media projects.
At the start of the course you will work with the basic skills of camera management, lighting and sound design; later moving on to script writing, directing and film making. You will have the opportunity to create short narratives and concept pieces, covering all the stages in production, to reach a professional level of training.
This course is divided into 6 terms, each lasting 10 weeks, each incorporating independent learning and self-reflection. The course spans 18-20 months, during which time you may be selected for work experience, which is a great opportunity to hone your practical and communication skills with a real client.
|Term 1||Term 2||Term 3|
|Contextual studies||Research techniques||Film studies|
|Camera and lighting||Music video production||Animation techniques|
|Practical skills||Editing||Documentary production|
|Term 1||Term 2||Term 3|
|Scriptwriting||Fiction production||Project design|
|Directing||Implemenation and evaluation|
|Producer for moving image||Special subject investigation||Career development|
Option by arrangement: Work experience in the creative media sector
- Minimum age: 18 years old
- Qualification: Full secondary education. Minimum 4 GCSE's (Grade C or above) and minimum of 2 A levels (no less than grade D) for UK applicants or any NARIC recognised equivalence
- Language: English proficiency: IELTS 5.5 (min. 5.0 in each component), PTE 51 (min. 51 in each component)
- Alternative: Mature students (over 21) are accepted, subject to professional references, significant work experience and a strong personal statement
We equip our graduates with skills for direct progression into careers in a range of areas within the film industry such as independent producer / director, editor, scriptwriter, camera assistant and sound recordist. It is also ideal if you are looking to progress into further education through professional qualifications, undergraduate or postgraduate degrees.
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