This highly practical course is ideal if you're interested in film and video making. It encourages experimentation and creative development and includes all aspects of digital video and 16mm film making with a strong emphasis on the use of sound. There is digital and analogue editing using Final Cut Pro and Steenbeck editing tables. This course gives you a foundation in aspects of the moving image and sound, so you can understand current developments and deal with changes in technology. It will let you develop a portfolio of work that can be shown to potential employers or universities and other higher educational establishments.
Units include: (Year 1) Contextual studies; Research techniques; Practical skills for moving image production; Development of film and video editing; Fiction production; Sound design. (Year 2) Camera and lighting techniques; Film and video editing techniques; Motion graphics.
How to apply
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15 January*If you apply after this deadline, universities or colleges don’t have to consider your application if they’ve filled their spaces, so the sooner you apply, the better!
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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At least one A Level in a relevant subject at grade A*-C or more than one A Level at grades A*-E.
A related Level 3 qualification, which could be an Access to Higher Education Certificate.
GCSE maths and English grade A\*-C or equivalent; AND
Related work experience - if you're an older learner we'll take into account your paid and unpaid experience, professional qualifications and life experience.
Additional entry requirements