If you're looking for an introduction to the world of lights, cameras and action, our brand new 6 month Film Production course will equip you with the fundamental skills you need to get going and start shooting.
Delivered by industry practitioners during two 3-hour evening sessions each week, you'll learn all about cameras and how to operate them, study lighting and composition, explore the principles of video, and master microphone and audio techniques.
During the course you'll have access to the wide range of film and video facilities at SSR including our dedicated Film Studio and Finishing Suite, Blackmagic and Canon cameras, lighting packs, track, dolly and jib systems, location mics, and more.
By the end of the course, you'll have a practical working knowledge of the video industry and will have scripted, filmed and edited three short films. You'll also have the skills to be able to begin creating your own content, or start assisting and working on film shoots and getting your name out there.
The course is designed for beginners, although those with some prior experience looking to refresh the fundamentals are also welcome.
Let us start you on your journey into the world of film and video - who knows where it might take you?
- Basic Video Principles
- Anatomy Of A Camera
- Lighting & 3 Point Lighting
- The Lens & Shutter
- Sound Techniques & Microphone Theory
- Microphone Techniques
- White Balance & ND Filters
- Location Shoot Principles
- Legal Considerations
- Depth of Field & Frame Rates
- Practical Assignments
Hours of Study – 6 hours of delivery per week plus practical time. Monday & Tuesday evening 7pm to 10pm.
Start Date – 5th March 2018, 3rd September 2018
Entry Requirements – No formal entry requirements
Tuition Fees – Single payment - £1890 | Instalments - £2100 (x6 monthly payments of £350)
Funding – We are a Professional and Career Development Loans registered Learning Provider, registration number 2486.Apply Now
A Professional and Career Development Loan is a commercial bank loan that you can use to help pay for work-related learning. For further information on financial assistance to support your learning, please visit the GOV.UK website or contact the National Careers Service on 0800 100 900.
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