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This exciting new degree course has been created in response to the rise of the UK film and television industry’s a global success.
On this practical course, you’ll explore all aspects of filmmaking to set yourself up for a successful career as a producer, director or writer.
Our expert staff will stretch you to develop your deep creative understanding of the art of filmmaking, focusing on the production of original, entertaining and innovative content through the production of dramas, documentaries, adverts, music videos and experimental work.
Work on real-life briefs with our industry partners, learning the technical and production skills required to produce a professional portfolio tailored to your career goals.
Taught in partnership with NTU’s School of Arts and Humanities and Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies, you’ll benefit from a wide range of staff expertise and industry-standard facilities and equipment.
- Innovative filmmaking in the 21st Century – this course has been developed with input from industry and academic staff with a wealth of industry experience.
- NTU is leading arts provider and is ranked 8th in the UK for Art and Design (The Complete University Guide 2019)
- Focus on writing, directing and producing. We want to create filmmakers who can develop their own projects.
- Learn in a creative studio environment, using industry-standard facilities such as high-end camera equipment and green-screen studios, and software such as Davinci Resolve and Adobe Creative suite.
- Develop your professional skills through self-initiated work experience placements, industry competitions, collaborations with organisations and guest lectures.
- Use industry-standard facilities and equipment such as high-end cameras, sound recording booths and green-screen studios, along with industry-recognised software.
- Learn from staff with expertise in areas such as directing, producing and scriptwriting, plus technical skills such as editing, lighting, sound and camera operating.
- Choose to go on an international study trips to recognised film cities.
- Apply to study part of your degree abroad through our Erasmus+ programme.
- Showcase your work at the NTU Degree Show, with the opportunity to be selected to exhibit at other
industry graduate events.
Careers and employability
The School of Art & Design has an excellent graduate employment rate, with 96% of our undergraduate students in employment or further study within six months of graduating (DLHE 2015/16).
Employability is a key focus of this course, with modules including initiatives such as live projects and the opportunity to exhibit your work publicly, helping to raise your profile and enhance your future career prospects.
This course will prepare you to work in the digital media field, in areas such as independent film, television, heritage interpretation, advertising, music and games production.
You will also develop transferable skills for alternative careers in media, freelance design, teaching and retailing.