Develop skills in all areas of film production – from idea development to distribution, concept to completion. You’ll graduate as an enterprising and entrepreneurial practitioner capable of working in today’s film industry as well as shaping its future.
The entry requirements for this course are 120 - 128 tariff points from 3 A-Levels or equivalent qualifications. BTEC Extended Diploma: DDM.
If English is not your first language, you will need to provide evidence that you can understand English to a satisfactory level. English language requirements for this course are normally:
IELTS (Academic) 6.5 with minimum 6.0 in each component, or equivalent.
Study a variety of aspects of filmmaking such as distribution, marketing, buying, fundraising and film production, through a combination of practical and theoretical approaches
Access industry standard digital film cameras, editing programmes and audio equipment throughout your degree
Work alongside internationally recognised film lecturers and practitioners
Choose optional modules to specialise in a particular area of interest to match your career ambitions
Make invaluable industry connections during an optional 30-week work placement with organisations such as The Walt Disney Company, Signal Productions, NorthLight Media and Curtain Calls Production.
Within 15 months of completing their course, 95% of our students were employed or in further study.
Academic & Professional Practice
Collaborative Communication Project
Media & Current Debates
The Film Industries
Principles of Storytelling
Film Language 2
Understanding Experimental Film
Film Story Structures
Option units (choose one):
List A (semester one):
You will choose an option from list B and C and a third from either list:
List B (semester two):
Location & Post Sound
List C (semester two):
Camera & Lighting
Optional placement year
You´ll have the option to complete either a short 20 day placement or a 30-week work placement during the course, working in a professional environment. The placement provides you with an opportunity to enhance your personal development and future employability.
Project Development for Graduate Film
Entrepreneurship for the Creative Industries
Graduate Film Project
Option units semester one (choose one):
Independent Research Project
Option units semester two (choose one):
Film Festivals for Makers & Curators
The course is designed with optional specialisms that enable you to go deeper into areas such as production management, camera and lighting, location and post-sound, editing, production design, distribution or festival administration. This means you can shape your learning based on your career aspirations.
Our graduates are not limited to ‘getting a job’ in the competitive field of film production, but will have a variety of transferrable skills that ensure they are prepared for an engaging career in a constantly dynamic workplace.
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