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About Media Production at American InterContinental University London

This Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Media Production degree program features a specialization in Digital Film and Post Production and is designed to help prepare students for opportunities in the field of media production, particularly in the area of film. Coursework is structured to assist students in the development of their goals as they acquire the knowledge and skills common to film production professionals.

Overview

The goal of the BFA in Media Production with a specialization in Digital Film and Post Production is to help students learn what it takes to enter and move forward in the field of media production and adapt as technology and production methods evolve. Overall it offers a solid foundation in the areas of audio and electronic music production, general media production, editing and computer animation and special effects production.

In this curriculum, students can focus intently and advance their abilities in areas specifically related to film production – such as screenwriting, motion picture photography and lighting styles and directing, including visualization of the screenplay, casting, rehearing and handling actors and communicating with the crew in the production of a film.

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    Course starts find outDomestic course feesGBP 12510International course feesGBP 12780

Entry requirements for this course

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