London College of Communication - Univ. of the Arts London

Film and Television

London College of Communication - Univ. of the Arts London
In London

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Important information

Typology Bachelor's degree
Location London
Duration 3 Years
  • Bachelor's degree
  • London
  • Duration:
    3 Years
Description

Producing passionate creative filmmakers from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
Suitable for: Successful applicants will need to demonstrate their appreciation of cinema as an art form through previous experience.

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Starts Location
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London
Elephant And Castle, SE1 6SB, London, England
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Starts On request
Location
London
Elephant And Castle, SE1 6SB, London, England
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To take into account

· Requirements

2 A levels plus 5 GCSEs (A-C), or equivalent qualifications, or equivalent qualifications, or relevant professional experience/experiential learning, or a combination of formal qualifications and experiential learning. Applicants need to demonstrate a level of experience in the area through their portfolio. International and EU students - If your first language is not English you should check you have achieved the correct IELTS level in English: IELTS 6.0

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Course programme

Content

This film-making course has a long-standing reputation in the film industry.

Skills acquired have applications across the film and television industries. A wide range of contextual studies encompasses political, social and art-based practice with examples from world cinemas, documentary, European art cinema and Hollywood.

Students benefit from the College having been designated a Screen Academy in 2006 by the UK Film Council and Skillset. This puts LCC into a networking system with practising directors, producers and technical experts.

Structure

You will build experience through practice-based workshops such as 16mm film, television studio and digital video projects.

Throughout the course, which integrates theory with practice, you will have the opportunity to build up creative collaborative partnerships through crewing and work-based learning.

In the third year, you will specialise in a major practice such as:

  • sound design
  • editing
  • cinematography
  • production
  • direction

Assessment

Coursework, essays, practical workshops, a major project and a dissertation.

Additional information

Payment options: Home/EU Fee £3,290 International Fee £12,250 Fees given as guidance only and will be subject to review.
Comments: This course is taught within the Faculty of Media.
Career opportunities: Most graduates will progress into employment in film or film-related work covering all aspects of the industry including new media. The majority will work freelance.
Contact person: Emily Caston

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