B.A. Film Practice (Hons)

London South Bank University Department of Education
En London (Inglaterra)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • London (Inglaterra)
Descripción

Whether you have ambitions of producing your own film, or want to specialise in an area of postproduction, a Film Practice degree will enable you capitalise on a host of great opportunities upon graduation.

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31 agosto 2016
London
103 Borough Road, SE1 0AA, London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Film Making
Technology
Media
Production

Temario

Course Content Modules

You'll study theories of representation and film reception, developments in film and video in contemporary media culture. You'll thrive on dedicated subjects including high definition cinematography, digital editing and advanced post-production, whilst learning how to write and pitch your own screenplays and film treatments. This grounding will enable you to take full advantage of second-year fiction and documentary short filmmaking modules designed to culminate in fully resolved and professional films capable of meeting industry demands.

Assessment

Modules are assessed by a combination of film briefs, verbal presentations, essays, screenplays and film treatments.

Year 1
  • People and place (film-making)
  • Video technology (technique and technology)
  • Documentary theory (theory)
  • Documentary practice (film-making)
  • Editing and montage (film-making and theory)
  • Convergent media frameworks (theory)
Year 2
  • Fiction film development (creative practice)
  • Fiction film production (film-making)
  • Sound on film (technique and technology)
  • Cinematography (technique and technology)
  • Professional film practice (professional practice)
  • Collaborative media practices (creative media practice)
Year 3
  • Research paper (research)
  • Brief-led project (film-making)
  • Final film production(film-making)
  • Final film development (creative practice)
Lecturers
  • Chris Elliott

Faculty/Department: / Job title: Principal Lecturer - Digital Film & Video

  • Patrick Tarrant

Faculty/Department: / Job title: Course Director - Digital Film and Video