Film and Television ProductionAnglia Ruskin University
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- Bachelor's degree
- Cambridge (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendés en este curso?
Film and Television
Skills and Training
This course is designed to equip you with a range of skills that will enable you to operate effectively within the professional environment of Film and Television Production. Guided by our highly experienced teaching staff, many of whom are practising professionals within the industry, you will explore a range of styles and genres in documentary, drama-documentary and film fiction production.
The course maintains a balance between providing you with the essential theoretical background and giving you the skills and techniques required in practice. You will develop your talents in screenwriting, production management, cinematography, sound-recording and post-production. A wide range of module options in directing, producing, motion graphics and multi-camera studio operations will allow you to delve deeper into areas of particular interest or perhaps to prepare for a favoured career path. Many of the modules are studio based and it is here that you will hone your practical skills. Key to this course is a focus on vocational training, and the techniques you will learn are used in Film and Television Production today.
With access to the excellent on-campus facilities, you will shoot film and video from high definition through to domestic digital. Post production is usually non-linear, which offers the opportunity to produce a Dolby 5:1 stereo soundtrack.
- Beyond Documentary
- The Language of Film and Television
- History of Cinema
- Reality and Fiction
- Debates and Practices
- Research Project
- Personal Project
- Major Project.
- Introduction to Screenwriting
- Introduction to Film Production
- Anglia Language Programme
- Introduction to European Cinema
- Motion Graphics
- Screenwriting: the Short Film
- TV Studio Practices
- The Role of the Producer
- Directing Studies
- European Cinema and Identity
- Anglia Language Programme.
Assessment is through written and practical work.
You will be assessed in terms of the films and TV programmes you produce, written analyses of you work, in which you will discuss the contexts of the programming you have made, the lessons you have learned whilst producing it, and evaluate the programme - with your peers - in terms of its success in reaching your defined audiences.
As much of your production will be in groups, where each student performs a defined role, you will also be assessed in terms of your contributions to each others' production.
Up to 6 years, part-time.
Tues 10.00-5.00pm (Teaching times for guidance only and subject to change)