Film Production

Are you passionate about film and television? Is it your dream to produce your own work, whether it be short films, documentaries, music videos or full length features? Our film production courses will give you the skills to bring your ideas to life.

What will you do?
Offering hands-on practical experience you’ll learn specialist techniques including camera techniques, film and video editing, writing for film and TV and production management. Using industry-standard cameras, sound equipment
and production software you’ll work on productions and assignments, often based on realistic workplace demands.

Is it right for you?
Whether you are a creative who wants to produce your own films, or you see yourself in more of a technical role, working the cameras, lights or editing, this is the course for you.

Vocational

Film and Television Production – Level 3

A passion for all things film and television and a determination to succeed, plus four GCSEs grade 4/C or above, including English and/or Maths.

Attendance: Full-time

Duration: Two years

Starting date: September 2020

Location: Teesdale


What will you do?

You will gain a range of on set experience including directing, camera techniques, film and video editing, screenwriting for film & television and production management. The course can lead to a range of careers including cinematography, directing, producing, screen writing, editing and many more on set roles. You will earn using industry standard cameras, sound equipment and post production software while carrying out a rage of production and assignment which are planned to be based on realistic workplace demands.


How will I learn?

  • Pre-production techniques
  • Film and Television editing techniques
  • Film Studies & Single -camera filmmaking techniques
  • Writing for Television and Video
  • Music video and Advertising production

And much more


How are you assessed?

You will assessed through a portfolio of practical and theoretical work.


You need:

A passion for all things film and television and a determination to succeed, plus four GCSEs grade 4/C or above, including English and/or Maths.


Why English and Maths matter…

You may need to read and write scripts and detailed instructions, calculate production costs and understand ratio and pixels.


What’s next?

You could go on to university to study degrees in areas such as film & television production, broadcast or multimedia journalism & film or media studies. Or you could progress to a production role within the industry.


What do you need to know?

If you require any additional information contact the course tutor: Kelly.Fairhurst@stockton.ac.uk


How do I apply enrol?

www.stockton.ac.uk/apply


What uniform/kit do I need?

An external hard drive and course t-shirt. You will be provided with a list at induction.


3 Reasons to join us:

  1. Nationally recognised qualification that provides an excellent opportunity for progression on to university.
  2. Work experience opportunities to develop real-life work skills
  3. Tutors who are experts in their field.