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Film Production & Content Creation

UCEN Manchester

UCAS Code: W612 | Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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We strongly recommend that all applicants have GCSE English Language and Mathematics grades A*-C or level 9-4. Applicants who do not meet the standard entry criteria but have previous learning towards a degree-level qualification or relevant industry or life experience will be considered on an individual basis and may be invited to interview.

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Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2022

Subject

Film production

In the first year you will gain practical experience of the range of roles involved in Film Production & Content Creation.

In the second year you will choose a practical role and undertake a range of activities to develop your specialism including, practical projects, technical exercises, work experience and placements.

In the third year you will develop a level of expertise in your specialism that will ensure you are equipped to enter employment in the Film Production & Content Creation industry.

Throughout your three years at Manchester Film School you will be encouraged to develop your professional network through our long established mentor programme which will link you with practicing professionals working in the industry.

Placements and work experience are encouraged throughout the second and third year.

Students from Manchester Film School have won awards from the Royal Television Society, British Universities Film & Video Council, and film festivals across the world.

Modules

First year units:
1. Introduction to Film Production & Content Creation Roles
2. Scriptwriting for Fiction & Factual : Learning from the Masters
3. Application of film production and content skills
4. Seeing Movies (Contextual practice)
Second year units:
1. Film Production and Content Creation
2. Filmcraft: Lessons from Classic & Contemporary Cinema
3. Film Production and Content Creation: Open Project
Third year units:
1. Project Pre-Production
2. Industry Professionalism Report
3. Major Project (Film and Content Production)

Assessment methods

The primary method of assessment will be through viewing of your portfolio of practical work. This will be augmented by your production diary and presentations. The emphasis will always be on you providing evidence of how you have met the requirements of the module through work/projects you have undertaken.

The Uni


Course location:

City Campus Manchester

Department:

Digital Media (BCCI)

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