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Central Film School London

BA (Hons) Practical Filmmaking

UCAS Code: 0G78

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


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64
35%
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About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2019

This BA course has been designed to provide students with the skillsets required by employers in the screen industries. Students learn to work collaboratively towards professional standards through the course model that sees lecture, seminar and workshop training followed by the practical application of learning on set. In the final phase of the course students demonstrate the culmination of their learning through major graduation film projects that then receive a screening in Central London.

Modules

Level 4
To complete the programme, students must pass the following modules:
PFR4101 Practical Film Production 1: HD 30 CATS Term 1-2
PFR4102 Screen Studies: Landmarks in Cinema 30 CATS Term 1-2
PFR4103 Visual Storytelling and Screen Grammar 30 CATS Term 1-2
PFR4104 Working with Actors 15 CATS Term 2
SCR4106 Screenwriting: Writing Short Films 15 CATS Term 1

Level 5
To complete the programme, students must pass the following modules:
PFR5101 Practical Film Production 2: S16mm 30 CATS Term 3-4
PFR5102 Writing, Pitching and Developing Short Film 30 CATS Term 3-4
PFR5106 Directing Actors 15 CATS Term 3
PFR5107 Documentary Production 15 CATS Term 4
PFR5108 Contemporary TV Formats 15 CATS Term 3
PFR5109 Interactive Media Production 15 CATS Term 4

Level 6
To complete the programme, students must pass the following modules:
PFR6101 Graduation Film Development and Pre-Production 30 CATS Term 5
PFR6102 Film Business, Marketing and Distribution 30 CATS Term 5-6

To complete the programme, students must pass a minimum of
two modules from the following:
PFR6104 Producing 30 CATS Term 6
PFR6105 Directing 30 CATS Term 6
PFR6106 Assistant Direction 30 CATS Term 6
PFR6107 Cinematography 30 CATS Term 6
PFR6108 Editing/Continuity 30 CATS Term 6
PFR6109 Sound Recording/Mixing 30 CATS Term 6

Assessment methods

Practical and/or Essay

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£33,000
for the whole course
England
£33,000
for the whole course
EU
£33,000
for the whole course
International
£40,500
for the whole course
Northern Ireland
£33,000
for the whole course
Scotland
£33,000
for the whole course
Wales
£33,000
for the whole course

The Uni


Course location:

Main site

Department:

Filmmaking

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