Applicants should have a first degree in the area of arts, humanities or social science; or significant media industry experience.
All applicants must also provide a two-page proposal for a documentary they would like to make and provide evidence of an ability to use images to tell stories via a show reel.
Months of entry
As part of this course you will produce a major, practical documentary project informed by contemporary debates and historical perspectives, having gained the practical skills via a firm grounding in digital video production and exploring photography and multimedia using industry-standard equipment.
You will cover all stages of documentary production - from initial proposal to final edit, learning how to research and write a documentary, and create and edit film.
Choose from video, photography and multimedia technologies, discovering new and unique features of each medium. Underpinning the strong practical element are the political, legal, moral and ethical issues informing contemporary production and exhibition.
Qualification and course duration
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