Level 3 TV & Film

Start Date

Mon Sep 07 2020

Day / Time

Weekdays

Duration

1 year

Campus

Baltic Campus

Level 3 TV & Film

You’re watching Netflix. You’re thinking, “I could do better than that!"  Then join this course and we’ll show you how.

In a world saturated with video content we can give you the skills and knowledge to make your films stand out, be noticed and get you ahead in a competitive yet rewarding field.

Plus, enjoy guest lectures from our professional partners, including BAFTA nominated producer Samm Haillay and legend of the British Film and TV community Franc Roddam.

This course has been designed and refined with our industry partners to ensure that we are providing you with the skills you need in an ever-evolving digital workplace or to progress onto further study at degree level and above.

Validated by the world-renowned University of the Arts London (UAL), this course, which is equivalent to three A Levels, is assessed purely on your creative journey and not exams. As this is a two year course, you receive a 90-credit diploma in the first year, which feeds into 180 extended diploma on completion of the second year.

All genres and formats of video and film production are covered in detail. While working on live briefs with our employer partners you will be developing your confidence, you will be challenged and you will be building a fantastic portfolio.

UAL qualifications give you the freedom to explore your potential, take creative risks and find the path that challenges and excites you, giving you the employment edge. Learn through experimentation and exploration by engaging with practical and theory sessions, projects, lectures, trips and visits.

In your first year you will create:

  • a music video
  • a horror film
  • TV advert

These projects will allow you to obtain a wide range of theoretical and practical skills to prepare you for your final major project, making a world class documentary on a subject of your own choice.

Year 2 builds on what you learned in year one and you will produce:

  • A multi-camera comedy sketch
  • a group production (5 minute film)
  • A final major project Solo Production (5 minute film)

In the group production you will explore and decide on what your specialist position may be from a range of job roles. This acts as perfect preparation for your final major project for the second year, which will involve making an individual five minute film.

Your final film will be submitted to a competition to appear on the big screen at the Tyneside Cinema at our gala end of year show.

Technical strands throughout both years include:

  • Audio recording (field and studio)
  • Soundtrack production
  • Motion graphics, compositing and VFX
  • Advanced video editing

Industry experts such as BAFTA nominated producer Samm Haillay and legend of the British Film and TV community Franc Roddam are guest lecturers on your course, providing top level industry input.

We run a practical, creative and flexible course to suit your needs and in return demand the best quality in both academic and technical output from you. Put your future on film.

What about after the course?
Future
Careers:
  • Arts officers, producers and directors
What
you could
earn:
Potential
£35,339
Entry level
£22,235
Average
£35,339

Baltic Campus