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Bachelor of Arts BA (Hons) Film and Television Production (Level 6) (Top Up)
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Bachelor of Arts BA (Hons) Film and Television Production (Level 6) (Top Up)

Awarded by the University of Gloucestershire

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Course Title

BA (Hons) Film and Television Production (Level 6) (Top Up)

https://www.glos.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/ftv/pages/film-and-television-production-level-6-ba-hons.aspx

Name of Foreign Education Institution

University of Gloucestershire

Country of Home Campus of the Foreign Education Institution

United Kingdom

Brief Description of Programme and Modules

(Core Modules and Elective Modules)

Course Description:

This course is suitable for students who are studying or holding a UK HND, foundation degree or a higher education diploma overseas as the course gives students the opportunity to top-up their existing qualification to a full BA honours degree and to further build on and refine their existing knowledge and skills.

Course Outcomes

- This course aims to allow students to further build on and refine existing knowledge and skills through hands-on workshops on the technical aspects of moving image, screenwriting and creating short films and TV programmes.

- Students will have the opportunity to work in professional-standard film and TV studios, editing and grading suites.

- The programme will cover essential modules such as The Extended Essay and Screen Production.

- This course has been designed to cover core modules but also allows the student the freedom to explore different areas of film and television production through optional module choices. Students can pursue subjects in film or television production that suit their interests, skills and career aspirations.

The following are the Core Modules:

MD6518: Screen Production
- As a compulsory level 6 module, the aim of Screen Production is to allow students to continue to specialise in film and video production by producing work of their choosing and particular interest. The module allows students to make factual, fictional, reality, arthouse or experimental content, with the only restriction being that content cannot be produced live (i.e. in a live studio setting), but otherwise the module allows students to explore a particular aspect or aspects of screen production in more depth.

As this is a level 6 module it is expected that students will meet self-imposed standards of production, both creatively and technically

MD6811: The Producer

- This module builds upon production skills acquired in levels 1 & 2 to give students a greater understanding of the role of the producer. Different theoretical frameworks will be examined and then used in response to a practical assignment.

MD6835: Work Experience for TV Production
- This module allows students to develop an understanding of the professional practices associated with working in the Television industry. Students will research, secure and undertake a period or work experience or industrial placement in a business or organisation appropriate to the field of study.

MD6932: The Extended Essay

- This module provides the opportunity for students to pursue through independent study a research project on an aspect of the media of their choice

The following are Optional Modules and students must complete three of four:

MD6705: Cult Film and Television
- This course examines various approaches to American cult film and television studies, including the development of cult audiences, the selling of cult media, the relationship of cult film and television to mass communication, authorial approaches to the creation of cult projects, and theoretical readings of cult film and television.

MD6710: Intermediate VFX
- This module allows students to understand the role of a post-production supervisor and artist in a professional production; plan how to create desired effects; work confidently and professionally with intermediate tools and approaches within After Effects; and have the ability to understand the process of integrating “real world” generated elements, 2D generated elements and also fully computer-generated elements. Students will learn how to work on set while fully understanding the processes and restraints that their own VFX will entail after a shoot. Students can research their ideas to a professional standard, communicating their ideas and planning and work within the framework of a team.

MD6818: Scriptwriting
- Students will research, develop and write a short fiction script or part of a longer fiction script.

MD6902: Advanced Media Technology

- This module builds on students’ existing knowledge of television systems by further investigation of broadcast video technologies, workflow and digital cinema.

Course Details

· Mode of Delivery

· Duration of Proposed Course

· Class Frequency

· Total Contact Hours

(applicable to face-to-face and blended mode of delivery)

· Minimum Entry Requirements

Blended (i.e. a mix of Face To Face and Online Learning etc.)

   8       months (full-time)

   0    months (part-time)

*the course is offered for 30 weeks in home campus

5   days per week x 3    hours per day (full-time)

0_ days per week x _0_ hours per day (part-time)

Scheduled and Independent Overall Learning & Teaching Hours (full time):

___226_______ (full-time)

____0_______(part-time)

Language: Equivalent to IELTS 6 overall with no less than 5.5 in any band.

Students should possess an HND, Diploma of Higher Education or Foundation Degree or at least a 2-year diploma or an advanced diploma in a related area of specialization.

Applications from mature students welcome (aged 30 and over with at least 8 years working experience in a relevant field.)