A passion for all things Film and Television and a determination to succeed, Four GCSEs grade C/4 or above, including English and/or maths.
You may need to study English or maths as part of your course. This will be discussed with you at interview.
Interested in films and TV? A career in this industry could be ideal for you! Whether you’re interested in short films, documentaries, music videos or full length features, our film production course will give you the skills you need to bring
your ideas to life. We have excellent links with industry, local businesses and you’ll work within our student production company, UFilms.
What will I learn
You will gain a wide range of on - set experiences including understanding and experiencing Directing, Cinematography
(camera work), Editing techniques, Screen writing, Production planning, Production Management and many more invaluable film industry techniques.
How will I learn
You will learn using industry standard equipment, cameras, lighting and editing software while carrying out a range of practical assessments in a range of Film and Television genres including, short film, period dramas, documentary and magazine shows among many others all of which are designed in line with current industry standards.
On completion of this course you can progress on to a range of media/film production courses at degree level, examples are Film Production, Film & Television Production, Journalism, Screenwriting. Or you could go onto progress to a role within the industry.
And for those who want to make the move to in front of the camera we have our new FDA in Acting programme at Stockton Riverside College!
If you require any additional information contact the course tutor: Kelly.Fairhurst@stockton.ac.uk
You’ll work on our student production company; U Films.
You’ll have the opportunity to organise a film festival.
Stockton Riverside College have excellent links with industry and local businesses.