Are you passionate about film? Have you always wanted to know the creative process of filmmaking? This Higher Education filmmaking course will teach you the practical elements of film, television, editing and cinematography. We will teach you the skills and help you gain the confidence to progress into the film and television industry, or into higher education. Creative media and are part of a vibrant, evolving and growing sector which is creating national recognition for the North East. Our programmes have been created with emerging trends and employers in mind to make sure you leave us at the top of your educational game for the industry. You will refine your skills and flare in our state-of-the-art media rooms, green screens or specialist gaming rooms, depending on which route you decide to take. Each room is kitted out with the latest technology all providing you with a real stepping-stone to your future career. From MAC suites, editing rooms, and green screen recording room to the latest gaming software, editing equipment, animation, and 3D printing; our programmes offer the full package. This dynamic and thrilling industry is jam-packed with career opportunities just waiting for you. Here’s just a selection of the careers you could be aiming for: • Games Developer • Film Producer • TV Editor • Software Developer • Games Designer • Media Researcher Why study with us? • Train with the latest equipment in industry standard facilities • Be taught in smaller class sizes by experts who know what it takes to stand out from the crowd and succeed • Exhibit your work at shows throughout the year • Take part in masterclasses held by industry experts and employers – all aimed to prepare you for the world of work • Visit local and national exhibitions and Universities to enrich your studies and plan for your future The Level 5 HND in Creative Media Production is for students who have completed the Level 4 HNC in Creative Media Production or equivalent qualification. In the HND you will continue to work on a variety of practical projects all aimed at developing your skills in a specific element of film-making. You will continue to work with industry standard cameras from Cannon, Sony and Blackmagic Design, as well as work on professional software such as Adobe Premier Pro, Adobe After effects and Dragonframe. This course will teach you the essentials of film-making utilising industry standard equipment and software in all areas of the course. Studying for a HNC/HND is significantly cheaper than going to university and you can progress onto a degree course at university to top up your qualification to a full degree. Upon completion you will be ready to ready to enter into employment or you can apply to university to top up you qualification to a full degree.
Unit 6 - Collaborative Project •Unit 7 - Personal Professional Development •Unit 39 - Advanced Film and Television Studies •Unit 53 - Drama •Unit 56 - Documentary •Unit 67 - Scriptwriting for Film and Television •Unit 72 - News and Editorial
The course is broken down into eight different units each exploring a specific focus of film-making. Each unit maybe assessed through theoretical essays, presentations, coursework and practical projects that you will undertake over the course of the year.
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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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
Additional entry requirements
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£6165*||Year 1|
*This is a provisional fee and subject to change.