An honours degree (at least 2:2 or above) or equivalent professional experience. Applicants are also asked to provide a brief outline proposal for their major project (a short film of 10-20 mins), together with evidence of previous film, video, scriptwriting and/or other relevant short films made as an undergraduate and/or productions worked on in the industry. Applicants who do not meet this will need to provide an outline for adapting an existing story, such as an unproduced book or news story.
Months of entry
Course offers students the opportunity to develop creative practice in film and television to a professional level. It begins with five taught modules: Script development (practice 1); professional development (1); research and enquiry; professional development (2); script development (2). At the start of the course students submit a proposal outlining their aims for their studies, which will help staff provide focused support and clarify workshop needs. In the final semester students work on a substantial body of work through a major study module. During this time students develop and produce a short digital film to a high professional standard and have the opportunity to fully integrate their creative practice as a director, producer or scripwriter, in a commercial and cultural context.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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