Approved by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) .
This course has been created to support and nurture creative talent and is focused upon providing you with the practical skills that are lacking in the industry. Modules have been developed to tackle the gaps employers have identified in specific areas and, as such, you will create projects for local businesses from within the University Centre and in the workplace.
You will be provided with training in camera, sound, lighting, post-production and production management with particular emphasis on factual and narrative film and corporate media production. You will have full access to professional cameras, film and sound equipment and the latest Apple Mac computers equipped with editing software. Working on a variety of productions including short film, documentary, educational, promotional and experimental video, you will experience working to ‘live’ client briefs, budgets and deadlines.
Taking part in ‘live’ project briefs commissioned by local companies, with fixed production deadlines will nuture skills and experience directly relevant to your career development. You will also have the opportunity to undertake a work placement with a media related employer. Previous employers have included Mersey Mirror, Keyhole Productions, Papertwin and The Climbing Hangar.
Teaching staff on the course have substantial experience of working in the media industry and continue to work in the media production sector.
- Contextual Studies
- Audio Processes for Media
- Video Production
- Storytelling and Scriptwriting for the Moving Image
- Introduction for narrative film
- Contemporary Practice
- Video Production and Technology
- Critical Studies
- Fictional Narrative Film Production
- Professional Practice
- Professional Orientation and Enterprise
UCAS Code: P310
Location Code: H65
Tel: 0151 353 4444 ext 5541 or email: email@example.com
Tel: 0151 353 4444 ext 5524 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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