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Digital Film Production

University Centre Grimsby

UCAS Code: DF01 | Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

University Centre Grimsby

UCAS Code: DF01 | Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements

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80

About this course

Course option

3years

Full-time | 2025

**Create, Film, Edit, Repeat.**

**Do you want to craft the next Netflix original, develop the next major documentary, or create the next YouTube sensation? This dynamic and innovative degree allows you to immerse yourself in the craft of film production and imaginative theoretical concepts as you develop your own creative ideas. Through hands-on experience you will produce original content, delivering across multidisciplinary platforms mirroring real-world practices.**

Working with experienced industry professionals, production crews made up of your peers and other courses (SFX & Props, Performing Arts, Creative Writing) you will develop and produce the content you want to see, giving you the opportunity to enter regional, national, and international film competitions bringing your skills and ideas to the forefront of this fast paced and exciting industry.

You will:
• Network with industry professionals through the Screen Yorkshire Connected Campus programme. This gives you access to a range of boot camps, masterclasses, and special events, including visits to current sets and studios, industry workshops, visiting speakers and reviews of project pitches.
• Collaborate on live projects with experienced industry professionals and your peers in this exciting and fast-moving industry.
• Have the option to have your work entered into the prestigious Royal Television Society Awards as well as film festivals.

With the North of England now becoming widely recognised as a hub for the creative media industries, we are uniquely placed with easy access to both Leeds and Manchester meaning you benefit from a range of industry links.
If you want to be the next director, cinematographer, documentary filmmaker or you want to produce the next big budget streaming original, this is the course you need.

Modules

Developing your craft and knowledge of cinema through hands-on practical projects, screenings, discussions, and analysis. You will learn to create and craft original content through collaboration, making you an active professional in this fast paced and creative industry.

Level 4 – Year 1 (Certificate Stage)
In your first year, you will build a solid base of practical skills and theoretical knowledge, giving you a deeper understanding of the filmmaking process and its results. You will be given the opportunity to work alongside other student productions as members of the crew.

Modules:
Intro to Screen Production
Studio Production
Cinematic Skills and Postproduction
Screen Analysis
Production Practice

Level 5 – Year 2 (Diploma Stage)
In your second year, you will expand and test your skills and passion to a higher creative standard. Ensuring that you are developing a professional skillset, you’ll engage with cinema on a deeper critical level. You will have the opportunity to develop as department heads across short film productions.

Modules:
Screen Ideas and Research
Object Based Media
Production Skills
Screen Concepts and Meaning
Advanced Production Practice
Postproduction and Distribution

Level 6 – Year 3 (Honours Stage)
At this level you are expected to be self-led and set your own defined projects. You will spend a significant amount of time developing, producing, and distributing a short film, working collaboratively across other departments readying you for industry in this fast-paced environment.

Modules:
Final Research Project
Final Major Project Pre-Production
Final Major Project
Professional Practice

Assessment methods

You will be assessed during the degree through a series of coursework-based projects and are assessed approximately every 8 weeks using industry standards.

There are no formal exams, but just like in the industry you will be expected to meet deadlines!

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£8,500
per year
England
£8,500
per year
EU
£8,500
per year
Northern Ireland
£8,500
per year
Scotland
£8,500
per year
Wales
£8,500
per year

The Uni

Course location:

University Centre Grimsby

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