This programme is aimed at those wishing to take up positions in the film and TV production industry and includes work with key employers such as LipSync Post, ARRI and Panavision. We teach with substantial use of Masterclasses where senior industry figures deliver classes directly to our students, such as senior members of the British Society of Cinematographers and the Guild of British Film and Television Editors, as featured on our program's web page. Our program is validated by the British Kinematograph Sound and Television Society and regular BKSTS events (usually taking place at the Moving Picture Company, Soho) support our program.
You will work in 35mm, S16, 2K and 4K digital, using equipment current in the industry. From October to May, you will attend taught courses, and from May to September you will undertake a final project. You will also use the skills you build up throughout the degree to produce your own showreels.
The new demands created by the rapidly evolving post-production area will be explored from several viewpoints: technology, creativity and collaboration. This programme progresses you through a comprehensive programme of post-production topics: editing, motion graphics, colour correction and compositing. At the same time fundamental issues, such as flexibility and quality are addressed. You will use advanced techniques, used in industry, whilst developing their knowledge, creativity, and skills.
The studio facilities of the university will be augmented by those of One8six and ARRI these being our strategic partners in this programme and our participants during its validation.
Our lecturing staff have a substantial background in feature film and television production. The programme also features distinguished guest speakers.
EU/Home: £7,200 International: £11,350
Scholarships available - please see our website www.gre.ac.uk/scholarships
Students are assessed through examinations, coursework and a project.
Graduates for this programme can pursue positions in the film industry. Past graduates have secured technical positions with major film companies including ARRI Media; worked directly on major feature films such as Snow White and the Huntsman and Seven Psychopaths plus major television productions and have also gone to work for major Hollywood production companies.
A good degree in a media related area supported by a resume and supporting show reel or work portfolio (if available) either by upload to Vimeo or by post.
Applicants with substantial work experience in a related area, but lacking in formal qualifications, should seek an interview with the programme leader and provide a show reel or work portfolio either by upload to Vimeo or by post.
We have the key 35 and S16mm and digital production camera systems in-house permanently available for you to use along with the associated grip, lighting and post production software systems.
No work experience is required.
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