One-Year (Cert HE) Practical Filmmaking (One Year, Full-Time) - Next Intake October 2014

The Met Film School is London's leading provider of practical filmmaking courses, based at Ealing Studios.

 

Course Overview

 

One-Year (Cert HE) Practical Filmmaking is an intensive and highly practical course aimed at those dedicated to pursuing a career in film. Our latest research shows that over 72% of our One-Year Practical Filmmaking alumni are working full-time in the film or television industries.

 

For more information on the programme Request A Prospectus and our admissions team will get in touch to talk you through the course and your study options.  

 

The National Film and Television School (NFTS) has been our advisory partner on the development of this course, which will provide you with skills and experience in all key areas of filmmaking.

 

By the end of the course you will have written, produced, directed and edited; with the support of a professional Script Editor and Editor; three short films and numerous exercises, the last of which will be your graduation film made over a three-month period.

 

In addition to these practical examples of your work, you will understand and be proficient in directing, producing, screenwriting, editing, directing actors for the camera, cinematography, sound recording and design. Furthermore, by completing numerous practical exercises and collaborating on your fellow students' films, you will gain an understanding of the various roles required in film production.

The Met Film School is London's leading provider of practical filmmaking courses, based at Ealing Studios.

 

Course Overview

 

One-Year (Cert HE) Practical Filmmaking is an intensive and highly practical course aimed at those dedicated to pursuing a career in film. Our latest research shows that over 72% of our One-Year Practical Filmmaking alumni are working full-time in the film or television industries.

 

For more information on the programme Request A Prospectus and our admissions team will get in touch to talk you through the course and your study options.  

 

The National Film and Television School (NFTS) has been our advisory partner on the development of this course, which will provide you with skills and experience in all key areas of filmmaking.

 

By the end of the course you will have written, produced, directed and edited; with the support of a professional Script Editor and Editor; three short films and numerous exercises, the last of which will be your graduation film made over a three-month period.

 

In addition to these practical examples of your work, you will understand and be proficient in directing, producing, screenwriting, editing, directing actors for the camera, cinematography, sound recording and design. Furthermore, by completing numerous practical exercises and collaborating on your fellow students' films, you will gain an understanding of the various roles required in film production.

Programme Aims 

  

 

- To be technically assured in all aspects of production and postproduction for film and related media 

 

- To be able to develop, communicate and deliver creative ideas, both working alone and collaboratively as part of a team, displaying a sustained awareness of the ethical implications of film production and working practice 

 

- To engage critically with contemporary industry practice in all its manifestations, recognising how considerations of business and exploitation impact on production, and how different disciplines and roles relate to one another 

 

 - To make active and informed use of the theoretical frameworks and contemporary cultural, political and ethical perspectives relevant to your particular discipline 

 

- To become reflective practitioners, dedicated to improving your practice through on-going critical awareness and analysis, so acquiring a systematic understanding of the relationship between theory and practice 

 

- The ability to apply your knowledge, skills and understanding of all aspects of production and postproduction for film and related media, in the creation of completed artefacts, with an assured handling of tools and techniques consistently and ethically delivered using best practice to a standard commensurate with professional work

 

- To produce and exhibit work in the short film, episodic series and/or documentary formats as part of a graduate showreel 

 

- To define and demonstrate core practical skills within a specialist area of filmmaking

 

 

Please read the full Programme Specification.

Production Experience

 

 

- Digital Fiction Production

 

- Short Film Production

 

- Documentary: Theory & Practice

 

- Small Screen Production OR Short Film, Big Screen

 

- Plus numerous exercises

Course Dates & Fees

 

 

Start Date: 06 October 2014, £22,000

 

Start Date: 09 February 2015, £22,000

 

Start Date: 05 October 2015, £23,000

 

                    

Minimum Age:  18 at start of programme

 

 

Entry requirements:  Students will need 50 tariff points to apply for our One-Year Practical Filmmaking course. If you are 21 or over these criteria do not apply.

 

 

Application Process: See the application process for our One-Year Courses.


 

International (Non-EU) Students:  Please see the Application Deadline for this course.

 
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