The MA in Feature Film Production is a new and innovative post graduate course in feature film production. The course offers exciting opportunities to engage in a host of jobs and roles associated with filmmaking.
The course aims to provide you with enhanced competency and creative proficiency to postgraduate level in digital feature film production. In other words, you will make a feature film during your post-graduate study – learning about production and the film business as you progress. As a production team you will take on the roles involved in creating a feature film from script development to packaging and distribution. Experienced industry experts will act as mentors throughout the process.
This course provides enhanced film production competency and creative proficiency to postgraduate level in digital feature film production. -Develop advanced skills in feature film production, post-production and sound design. -Deliver a critical and theoretical knowledge of micro budget digital feature film production. -Address the skills required in budgeting and marketing of feature films. -Develop advanced practical and theoretical skills in digital workflow implications, production logistics and production and post production technologies. -Engender professional development skills and practices in relation to a career in the rapidly expanding and changing digital feature film industry.
Modules studied -Feature Film Pre-Production -Research Methods Seminar -Negotiated Learning - Film Production -Advanced Production -Advanced Post Production -Feature Film Production Project
Taught by lecturers with feature film experience, the course benefits from links with leading film organisations such as Raindance and NOW Films. Students will work as a production team throughout the project, with finance in place to produce a feature film. You will also be supported by key mentors from the feature film industry. Our emphasis is on collaboration, working as a team and to develop a feature film project from script to screen. Your film will enter the marketplace alongside your graduation, acting as a springboard for your career.
The requirements for entry to the programme are normally a 2.1 degree or an upper 2:2 honours degree in a relevant subject. Applicants with other entry qualifications and relevant work experience may be admitted to the programme at the discretion of the course manager. All student will be interviewed and a showreel should be submitted before interview.
Recipient: Staffordshire University
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