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Digital Film Production (Top-Up)

Warwickshire College and University Centre

UCAS Code: P313 | Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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1.0year

Full-time | 2022

This is a practical course which aims to develop creative craft skills in visual storytelling. At its core, the course imbeds current discussions on film and screen practices within todays’ filmmaking culture. This is all taught through practical assignments that can be exhibited across different media platforms preparing graduates to engage as global practitioners, whilst contributing to the developing creative industries and the new ways in which film is now being consumed by audiences.

Industry craft skills are taught through production and post-production techniques supported with sustained access to industry standard production equipment and post-production softwares.

This course provides a 'top-up' year for any student from a Level 5 Film, Arts or Media background as a progression route to final year honours degree studies.

The Awarding Body for this course is Warwickshire College.

Modules

Modules may include:

Year 1 - Level 6

Portfolio and Self-Promoting
Student led compilation – practical (15 credits)

Film Theory and Practice: Sensing cinema beyond the text
Tutor led assignment - theory combined with practical (30 credits)

Visual Motifs in Storytelling: Fictional Adventures in filmmaking
Tutor led assignment – practical (30 credits)

Documentary Film: Capturing the real or the aesthetics of realism?
Tutor led assignment – practical (30 credits)

Generating Sound: The manipulation of emotions and pleasure
Tutor led assignment – practical (15 credits)

Assessment methods

The modules are integrated into a programme of continuous assessment through assignments.

There are no exams associated with this course.

Tuition fees

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England
£7,975
per year
EU
£11,450
per year
International
£11,450
per year
Northern Ireland
£7,975
per year
Scotland
£7,975
per year
Wales
£7,975
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Royal Leamington Spa College

Department:

Visual and Performing Arts and Media

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