Film, Television and Creative Practice (MA)
The new MA in Film, Television and Creative Practice allows you to combine study in creative film and television production with historical and theoretical approaches to film, television and related media. Our School has identified creativity and development as key areas of knowledge that are essential for any budding career in film and television, and we include a specialist module that considers the essential role of creating, developing and pitching successful film and programme ideas. Focusing on the production knowledge needed to work in the creative sector, you will also engage with practical skills such as camera operating, digital editing and screenwriting, as well as gaining an understanding of visual grammar, syntax and structure.
The activities offered within our MA in Film, Television and Creative Practice offers skills that you will be able to apply in production related careers. All students gain hands-on experience with a range of film and television production equipment, including digital cameras, Avid editing and scriptwriting tools. You will also be equipped to develop ideas for creative projects in both film and television, and present them to a range of different audiences.
In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise, the School of Film and Television Studies was rated as producing work of 'international excellence' that is 'world leading'. It also regularly receives top ratings for the quality of its teaching and for student satisfaction.