Students write, plan, and shoot their own short movies on this practical filmmaking course. We teach hands-on production techniques while simultaneously delving into film history and theory, preparing you for an exciting career in the film, TV, and broadcast industry.
Join other students with a passion for the screen and a commitment to filmmaking. This degree course has a strong focus on production, supported by watching, investigating, analysing, critiquing, discussing, and thinking about film to discover your own identity as a filmmaker.
Working in small production teams with other passionate filmmakers, you will take an active role in all stages of development and production. You will learn various skills required for directing and managing actors, producing, cinematography, lighting, sound, editing, production design, storytelling, and scriptwriting.
Learning and teaching are supported through filmmaking practice - in the studio, on location, in seminars, film screenings, production meetings, class discussions, industry talks, and study trips, including film festivals. Educational visits and trips can take a variety of formats including physical and virtual experiences.
Our students enjoy creative freedom and can pitch and initiate filmmaking projects across a wide range of productions, from fiction to documentary, advertising to music video. You will develop skills such as self-promotion, knowledge in finance and distribution, and learn to commercialise practical experiences. Your broad knowledge will give you the skills to successfully navigate the film and screen industries by the end of the course.
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