- This course will help develop your technical, creative and professional skills and help establish yourself in the world of feature film, documentary, television and streaming production, and much more. Our key focus is developing your technical, creative and professional skills in a variety of roles.
- You will become familiar with industry practices while collaborating on creative film projects. Your practice is further developed through critical evaluation of your own work, contextualisedby current research and debate in the creative sector and an understanding of industry trends. Our Film Production course is aimed at future film makers. You will seek to gain practical hands-on experience in making films and learn to understand the contextual setting you are working in.
Main Study Themes
Technical, creative and professional skills:
in a variety of roles like location sound recording, camera work, post-production editing and post-production sound design, directing and producing
Practical film-making experience:
with a strong portfolio of work, knowledge and capabilities of not only working in today’s film industry but also playing a role in shaping its future
Equipment and industry-standard software:
access to range of digital film cameras, lighting, audio recording equipment, use of TV and Radio studios to produce high-quality film productions
The course is practice based, with aspects of critical media theory integrated into practical modules. We aim to develop curious mind-sets, asking ‘why?’ at every point: as you both research and create narrative and documentary films and reflect critically upon them. The course is focused on the development of passionate, creative, entrepreneurial graduates who are confident collaborators and communicators with industry-led skills to maximise the opportunities for employment in a variety of roles in the creative industries.
The course is delivered though project-based ‘hands-on’ learning, with a great emphasis on location work, live projects and practice activities, all with ongoing feedback. Your personal tutor will review and discuss your progress with you and will be available for advice throughout the course. You will be taught in lectures, seminars, skills workshops and masterclasses as well as in-production meetings, where you will operate within defined, professionally-informed production roles, and in screenings, where you will gain contextual understanding of your own work and the work of others.