If you want to break into the film and TV industry, we can help. Our dynamic, practical film and television course will immerse you in a diverse range of projects where you will develop high-level technical, creative and industry skills, plus the confidence to make the leap into the professional world. Course Overview The practical nature of our film and television degree ensures you will develop a complete range of production skills covering all aspects of the film and TV making process, from idea to finished product. This will help prepare you to become a filmmaker, scriptwriter or TV producer. Throughout this BA (Hons) Film and Television, we will focus on developing your ‘voice’ as a creative. This is done through weekly practical tasks that build to a cohesive set of production skills. Together these will equip you with all you need to make great content and enhance your employability in film and television. Short films, multi-camera TV productions, documentaries, scriptwriting and experimental/music videos, alongside regular workshops from professional practitioners, will help you find your voice. Our production facilities and specialist staff provide all the tools and support you need to bring your creative ideas to life. Between them, our staff have over 20 years' experience in the exhilarating and vibrant film and TV industry. Our students regularly win awards and attain festival success. What better way is there to kickstart a career in film and TV? On this course you will
- Study within a safe, creative and vibrant environment that allows for individual approaches to filmmaking. There is an emphasis on practical learning with practical tasks and collaborative work.
- Develop close but meaningful working relationships with industry partners and critical friends to enhance learning and experiences for our students.
- Benefit from a flexible programme that reacts to industry/market needs when shaping the course.
- Have access to industry-standard equipment with managed access to kits where individual personal projects are encouraged.
- Prepare for the employment of tomorrow by learning future-proof, broader skill-base, transferable skills and adaptation – learners must show resilience, confidence, and ingenuity.
- Collaborate with expert lecturers such as course leader and Directors UK member Clive Tonge.
- Media Craft Skills
- Lens and Edit Craft
- Cultural Contexts
- Applied Storytelling
- Collaborative Practice
- On Set
- Scene Craft
- Script and Narrative
- Unscripted TV Idea and Concept
- Professional Development
- Research Portfolio
- Promotion and Pitch
- Graduate Project
- Festival and Exhibition
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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- Carlisle - Brampton Road
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
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University of Cumbria
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University of Cumbria
0845 606 1144