University of Bristol
Film and Television Production
The programme offers a broad, practical foundation in professional screen-based production, supported by a strong critical and contextual framework. Students study the art and craft of screen production. Productions from the programme are routinely exhibited internationally. Practical work is intensive and group-based, consisting of fiction and documentary production. While you may concentrate on certain roles during your dissertation production period (which usually includes producing a short film for public viewing), the programme is essentially non-specialist and aims to provide a broad foundation in film and television production to support a professional career.
An upper 2nd Class Honours degree (or international equivalent). Evidence of commitment to (but not necessarily specific experience in) film and TV production. All applicants will be asked a set of questions as part of their online application.
All years: how films and television programmes work; film and television production technologies and techniques; writing and directing for film and television; producing and the business of film and television; making short documentary; making short fiction film; screen research methods. Optional units: screening nations; film theory; television forms; screen histories; screen research methods; screen style and aesthetics; supervised individual study.
These include a dissertation; an extended research essay; an industrial placement leading to a written analysis and a practice based project undertaken within a research paradigm and presented with a supporting discussion as a piece of research.
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|Tyndall Avenue, Bristol||Bristol||BS8 1TH||South West|
0117 331 8443