The Bachelor of Film Production develops student's interest in digital film making with the intention of establishing creative thinkers and practitioners. The course provides students with the opportunity to develop a creative practice in filmmaking and to specialise in a technical crew role.
If you re creative and imaginative, a degree in art could be just what you re looking for to express yourself. Art may not be a vocational subject that is, one that leads to a specific career but this does not mean it won t be a good preparation for the world of work.
Whether you choose to specialize in fine art or the history of art, the skills you gain during your degree are likely to be highly valued and transferable to many sectors, including specialized art careers as well as many general graduate roles. Alongside a range of practical arts skills, art graduates should also have good observational, analytical and research skills, including the ability to solve problems creatively and work well both independently and in groups.
In the majority of the art careers detailed below, you will find it essential or highly advantageous to have a varied portfolio of work to show prospective employers, including some of your own original ideas as well as coursework. The theoretical side of your degree should allow you to put this work into context, explaining your influences, the thought behind your choice of themes and why you used certain materials and techniques.
Study a Bachelor of Film Production at UC and you will:develop skills through a blend of technical units such as cinematography, sound design and editingmature your understanding of the key creative roles of the producer, director and screenwriterenhance your team-work skills via an emphasis on film making as a creative collaborationlearnt how to present work to industry and audiences via application to funding organisations and festival distributionacquire skills in analysis, problem solving, communication and team projects.
Programme Structure You will learn all aspects of film including the sets, the shoot, directing actors, editing, sound design and effects as well as the creative processes of screenwriting.Follow your passion by specialising in areas of film production that interest you, such as cinematography, sound design or editing.
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Academic Entry Requirement
Academic Requirements You must provide certified evidence of your current English proficiency level including: English tests, transcripts and award certificates You must provide certified evidence of academic transcripts and award certificates. Transcripts should indicate if the academic requirements of the course are incomplete /complete or if the award has been conferred Subject descriptions must be provided for International Qualifications and may be requested for Domestic Qualifications if required. Not providing this documentation with your application could delay the outcome Supplementary Applications may be required including: proformas, referee reports, student statements and research proposals