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Film and Media Arts Production at UCW was rated 100% for overall satisfaction in the 2020 National Student Survey.
The UK film industry supports thousands of diverse jobs behind the camera, with production roles including producers, operators, editors and directors, to name just a few.
This degree, with its close links to the thriving media sectors in Bristol and Cardiff, will help you achieve your ambition of working in the industry with its focus on practical filmmaking in a range of traditional and experimental genres and styles.
You will develop your skills and knowledge in the areas of pre-production, production, post-production, cinematography, sound design and digital editing, and explore video installation, reactive media, expanded cinema and emerging formats in experimental workshops.
You will work on self-negotiated initiatives and with others on collaborative projects to professional standards, submit your films to festivals and be encouraged to engage with arts organisations, production companies and cinemas.
Through study of the key theoretical debates, discourses and significant practitioners, you will gain a thorough grounding in contemporary film and media arts, and also explore industry models and practices in preparation for freelance work and employment in the creative industries.
As well as learning how to direct films, you will showcase your work in some of the most renowned venues in the South West (subject to government guidelines). In recent years these have included the Watershed, Arnolfini and Cube Cinema in Bristol.
Working in collaboration with your peers, you will also curate the Dirigo International Student Film Festival; gathering submissions from young filmmakers and hosting an event to celebrate them.
Gain key theoretical and practical knowledge in all aspects of film production, showcase your work and curate your own film festival.
Delivered in partnership
This course is delivered in partnership with Bath Spa University.