You will be exposed to an exciting range of experiences within film culture, from industry practice through to experimental cinema. The course is designed to reflect the diversity that exists within film globally, exploring the topics that impact upon filmmakers and audiences across the world. Alongside film production, you’ll be exploring topics such as distribution, marketing, buying and fundraising for films.
The course is designed to give you the opportunity to explore and experiment with different aspects of filmmaking, producing films individually and collaboratively throughout the duration of the course. Working alongside internationally recognised film lecturers and practitioners, you will have the opportunity to develop your skills in a way that industry rarely provides.
You’ll have the option to complete either a four-week or minimum 30-week work placement during the course, working in a professional environment. Your placement experience will help to shape your appreciation of the industry, put theory into practice, provide a network of professional contacts, and enhance your CV – all essential for starting a career after graduation.
Optional specialisms will allow you to study areas of particular interest in more detail while ensuring you have a solid base from which to build. You will graduate as an enterprising and entrepreneurial practitioner capable of working in today’s film industry as well as shaping its future.