Masters degrees in Film Production offer advanced training the collation and presentation of performance and action sequences recorded on film.
Taught MA, MFA and MSc degrees are typical for this subject. Entry requirements normally include an appropriate undergraduate degree, such as Film or Media Studies.
Why study a Masters in Film Production?
Professional producers are responsible for all aspects of the creation of a filming project, from planning through to completion. To equip you for this role, you will be trained in a range of project management skills, including financing, logistics and staff procurement.
Collaboration is central to these courses, and you will work alongside a range of crew members in the pre- and post-production stages. From story-boarding with illustrators, artists and set designers, to screenwriting, casting, shooting and sound recording alongside technicians and directors.
You will gain an understanding of the economic, social, and political contexts which affect Film Production, as well as the historical and sociocultural influences on cinematic techniques. These concepts are also taken into consideration with regards to marketing and exhibiting new film pieces.
Careers may include independent production of short films, producing corporate feature films, or even commercial advertisements.