The film industry is a thriving sector of the UK and global economy and demand for craft skills in this sector is driven by content hungry areas in prime-time drama, digital and web-based productions. Working both individually and as part of a team, you will explore theory and practice as you develop the production and analytical skills you need to succeed in the emerging media landscape. The aim of this module is to develop student responses to film by focusing upon the genre of horror. What can I do next? Popular TV 20 Credits In Popular TV, you will analyse the industrial practices and cultural contexts of popular programming on British television and evaluate key debates and theories relating to popular formats and genres such as quiz shows, lifestyle programming and talk shows. You will be taught through a combination of screenings, lectures, seminars and practical workshops. Academic input The teaching team is a creative mix of practitioners and theoreticians.

The course places emphasis on fiction film-making but the skills you will develop are transferable to other film-production contexts. To complete the project you will need to apply the skills that you have learned on the programme so far, and engage with the host culture. The film industry is a thriving sector of the UK and global economies and demand for craft skills continues to be motivated by content-hungry areas in film, prime-time drama, digital and web-based production. You also have the option of undertaking a media project abroad. This module aims to introduce you to theories of utopian representation and develop your ability to evaluate social dreaming in a number of relevant cinematic texts. This module develops your skills and understandings of specialist moving image production and post-production technologies.

Teaching You will be taught through a combination of lectures, seminars, tutorials, screenings and workshops. Because of the foundation of skills I had built up over my years at Canterbury Christ Church I was able to progress up to a managerial position within a few years and within the same company made the step over to creative production. There are no written exams. Documentary 20 Credits The documentary module provides an opportunity for you to engage with non-fiction filmmaking and to produce a short film within a critical and industrial context.

The BA Film production has been developed out of our long running Film, Radio and Television Programme and we have an industry advisory panel made up of industry contacts and alumni of the FRTV programme who are now high ranking members of the media industry who advise on curriculum design and who also contribute to the third year module Professional Perspectives in The Creative Industries.

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You will evaluate your creative workflow and how your practice has been effective for your chosen target audiences. This was of particular use to me in the beginning of my career as it enabled me to ease into roles that otherwise I would have had to have had shodt training for”. In theory modules this is almost entirely by essay shorh dissertation.


Library fees and fines No Yes Printing and photocopying No Yes Social events No, unless the event forms an essential part of the course. Tailored workshops and industry guests will help you to understand popular trends, issues and markets in order for you to make the best of these opportunities. This module develops your skills and understandings of specialist moving image production and post-production technologies. This module gives you the opportunity to reflect critically on your practice during your programme of study.

You will examine a number of movements and styles and be encouraged to interpret the significance of films and place them in filn context of the larger cultural systems of which they shoft a part. You will have access to:.

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Script Formatting and Editing 20 Credits This module builds on your earlier study of screenwriting and enables you to explore more substantial drama formats.

The programme has employability at its heart, and is taught by experienced and passionate tutors. The cost of printing and photocopying undertaken by students to support their individual learning are payable by the student.

You will study the work of the pioneers of the independent cinema aesthetic.

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Browser does not support script. Fulm will develop radio production skills including scripting, vocal delivery, content research and creation, studio and location recording and editing shprt designing and producing a professional podcast. Through the production of a number of short editing exercises you will examine the relationships between practice and theory.

For practical modules the assessment typically includes a production project together with a reflective essay. Guest lecturers from industry provide masterclasses and professional guidance.

This is an optional module that will develop your appreciation of cultural differences and how these affect your professional practice by carrying out a media project abroad. In Year 1 you will get an introduction to film, radio, television and animation production, using our excellent specialist facilities to make films, radio features and television shows. This module focuses upon the historical and cultural contexts of film radio and television.

You will examine the theoretical frameworks in which film sound has been understood and relates them to production practices and developments in film sound technology.

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The programme fccu you the intellectual stimulation to expand your horizons and the space to iflm your own artistic and creative potential. A young couple set off on a journey of exploration in this film about appreciating and celebrating life, nature and existence as they are, at their simplest. Year 3 Pre-Production for Final Project 20 Credits This module is where you will research and plan your final production, which is produced in semester two.


The Final Project provides the opportunity to synthesise the technical expertise you have acquired throughout the programme to work as part of a team to create an ambitious professional production.

I got this job on the strength of my practical skills and my broad knowledge of production equipment. Film, Radio and Television has an Industry Advisory Panel made up of industry professionals and alumni of the FRTV course who are now senior members of the media industries. You will be introduced to the creative business and sales practices that are used to market and promote both commercial and student films. Seminars in smaller groups will enable you to discuss and develop your understanding of topics covered in lectures.

It aims to provide you with an understanding of the historical and theoretical contexts of art film and video production, which will enable you to engage with questions of expression, representation, meaning and affect. It will help you to develop the transferable skills that are vital in the developing media industries while simultaneously giving you the opportunity to explore and develop your own relationship with the media.

Dinosaur Shapes is a graduate film project made in by a group of Film, Radio and Television students. Read advice about funding your degree See information about the financial support available for undergraduate studies If you would like information about paying your fees, please contact finance canterbury.

You will gain an understanding of the national and international film markets and festivals and learn how these avenues support the distribution process of screen media. Dissertation 20 credits This module will support individual research into an area of study that you have proposed and negotiated with your tutor. Provides you with the opportunity to study the theory and practice of the craft of scriptwriting. This module prepares you for work-related experience in the creative industries, which is an important step towards your future employment.

The module aims to enable you to make critical connections between film and other forms of auditory experience in order to better understand the use of sound in cinema. You will have contact with industry professionals who will help to set project briefs and offer feedback on your work.

Film, Radio and Television Studies

Moloko is an art dccu that talks about tableau vivant through one painting, one photograph and one character which come together in the final scene. It provides opportunities to work on a range of film projects and develop specialist film production skills. Independent Learning When not attending lectures, seminars, workshops or other timetabled sessions you will continue learning through directed filmmaking activities and self-study.