Learn the business, creative, technical and logistical perspectives of producing for film and television with our practical course.
You will study all aspects of producing and managing projects — from identifying and developing story ideas, to packaging and pitching projects, to planning and managing shoots, as well as distribution and marketing strategies — through a mix of lectures, workshops, screenings and masterclasses with leading academics and industry professionals.
You'll complete innovative professional-calibre work, while using our industry-standard equipment in a creative and supportive environment. You'll work collaboratively to realise your creative vision for single-camera film and television projects. When you’ve finished, you’ll have essential expertise for a career in film and television as well as key skills that also transfer to other industries.
Our graduates work in production roles across the globe from the UK and Europe, to North and Latin America, to China and the Middle East.
You'll study taught modules and an extended project, where you produce a short dramatic or documentary film and write an accompanying report.
You’ll advance your knowledge of various areas of script development, from pitching and story creation, to narrative structure and character development, to balancing creative and logistical needs. In the Group Project modules, you’ll work with other film and television production students to create films to briefs similar to those from industry.
We’ll provide you with insights into the current film and television business landscape, and you’ll learn about creating proposals, client relationship techniques, legal issues, marketing, scheduling and resource management.
You'll study modules which may include: