Film production embraces all areas of filmmaking, from documentary and fiction to critical writing. Students learn the craft and technical expertise of making films as well as the creation of meaning, working with film in a purpose-built studio and editing in digital suites. You will learn how to work with actors and develop skills in production, cinematography, screenwriting, directing, editing, and sound design.
There are many different types of film production degrees, with modules including digital filmmaking, audio and music production, web design and development or interactive animation.
Film Production is a competitive field, but with a good degree, students can find employment immediately if they are not too particular about their first role. Positions can be found in production, technical, sound and camera fields, with many graduates going on to location running, VFX, production coordinators, camera trainees, visual effects, storyboard editing and sound recording.
Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university.
To learn more about the best film production courses in the UK, find details on the top ranking Film Production universities in the Guardian University Guide 2024 below:
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