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Fighting for film

Course outlineWhat is the course about?To provide you with a working knowledge of introductory film fighting techniques. Both unarmed and armed combat will be covered and a constant emphasis placed on safety and creating reality for the camera.What topics will we cover?The course is practical, with all weapons and instruction provided. The class sessions will consist of learning then filming choreography, and giving feedback on filmed fights. An emphasis will be placed on safety and proper set technique.By the end of this course you should be able to:Safely perform a realistic film fight sequence in three different weapon styles. Demonstrate an awareness of safe technique for rehearsing a film fight sequence. Demonstrate an awareness of film set etiquette.Realise character, emotion and narrative through the use of body and movement.What level is the course and do I need any particular skills?While no previous knowledge is necessary, the course is most suitable for those with prior st ... (Training Available by City Lit) Fighting for film

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Film Studies

Course overview This exciting course offers you the opportunity to explore a range of films (mainstream, experimental, international, past and present), and to discuss many of the key critical debates, concepts approaches and contexts that are important to this subject. Our study facilities are outstanding, with an expanding collection of books, journals and films in the campus library. There are several designated screening facilities on-campus with DVD, video and 16mm projection facilities. We enjoy strong and productive links with the cinemas in Cambridge (mainstream and art house), providing opportunities for work placements and participation in special industry events, such as the internationally renowned Cambridge Film Festival. Our course draws upon the expertise of distinguished scholars of film with strong research profiles in a range of areas. Core modules will cover key developments in theory, history and technology, and topics may include: cinema and the transnational; c ... (Training Available by Anglia Ruskin University) Film Studies

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FILM STUDIES

Qualification: AS/A2 LEVEL Programme Area: A Levels Description:An in-depth study of the development of the cinema as a major 20th century art form and communication system. The rise of Hollywood is central to the course, with additional attention being given to 'alternative' forms of cinema.Course content includes production & finance, selling & distribution, theories & techniques, British cinema animation, film & censorship, independent cinema, women in cinema, race in cinema and cinema advertising amongst other modules. ... (Training Available by Coleg Gwent) FILM STUDIES

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Transdisciplinary Documentary Film

Transdisciplinary Documentary FilmApply for this DegreeMSc by Research (1 year full-time) Transdisciplinary Documentary Film PracticeSeptember 2011September 2012Find out more Transdisciplinary Documentary Film School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures College of Humanities and Social Science Fees & costsFees: www.registry.ed.ac.uk Additional costs: 300Contact informationPG Administrator Tel: +44 (0) 131 650 3030 Fax: +44 (0) 131 650 3029 Email: llc.postgrad@ed.ac.uk Dr Nick Higgins (Programme Director) Email: Nick.Higgins@ed.ac.uk Address:Literatures, Languages & Cultures Graduate School 19 George Square Edinburgh EH8 9JXEntry RequirementsNormally a 2:1 honours degree or its equivalent if outside the UK, in a relevant subject.Applicants are asked to send a sample of their written and practice-based work (if available).International students Information by country English language requirements ProgrammeThe programme aims to provide an interdisciplinary foundation for wri ... (Training Available by Moray House School of Education) Transdisciplinary Documentary Film

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film directing

postgraduate taught programmesfilm directing overview programme structure and content staff facilities careers and former students application MA/MFA Film Directing Our students create work which travels; work which transports us in the dark space of cinema into other areas of the mind; films which move and question and provoke. Our students also make films which travel to festivals worldwide. Last year alone they gained six New Talent BAFTA Nominations, an RTS Award, and nominations and prizes at festivals all over the world. Edinburgh College of Art is one of the best places in the UK to study Film Directing. Our teaching aims to help foster each students identity as a film-maker. We dont have a formula. We know we have to keep asking what works, why it works, what we need to say. Students benefit from workshops and masterclasses provided by two main bodies: the Scottish Documentary Institute, based at the College, and Edinburgh Skillset Screen and Media Academy/ Screen ... (Training Available by Edinburgh College of Art) film directing

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Film & Theatre BA

BA Film & TheatreThe Department of Film, Theatre and Television is a dynamic and creative Department which has been leading its field for over four decades. Not only did we pioneer the teaching of film studies in British Higher Education but we also have an established world-leading reputation in theatre, television and film research. If you are looking for a degree that innovatively combines critical understanding with practical skills, our BA in Film and Theatre is the course for you. Description: This degree programme is innovative in the way it combines the study of film and theatre and in the way it integrates practical work with critical study. The combination of film & theatre is not widely available in universities in Britain.Course Structure: In your first year, you follow a core course that gives a foundation in critical and historical approaches to the study of film and theatre. Single honours students also undertake a strand of practical work in film & theatre. ... (Training Available by University of Reading - Henley Business School) Film & Theatre BA

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Film and Television Studies

Click here to print this page About Film and Television Studies degreesFilm and television have become major influences on people’s lives, offering each of us access to a world of entertainment, art, social commentary and political expression. The media help shape our perceptions, but they also empower us and enable us to interact with the wider world. Our Film and Television Studies degree programme covers three stimulating years in which you will study international film and global television while examining the historical context, contemporary developments and future projections for these industries. Our programme specialises in the critical study of films and the film industry, the television industry and the programming that it produces. You will learn current audiovisual production skills and move on to make your own programmes and video projects. During your three years of study you build up a portfolio of creative work. This, along with the practical skills and theore ... (Training Available by Leeds Trinity & All Saints' College) Film and Television Studies

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Film Studies

What will I learn?As an ‘AS’ student:Film FormMicro features of films – mise-en-scene, performance etc.Construction of meanings.Film and audience relationship.British and American filmThe relationship between audience and producer.Role of narrative and genre in constructing meaning.US film.Comparison of 2 film texts within a genre.British film and culture.As an ‘A2′ student:You will deepen your study of film by studying complex films from different contexts and spectatorship issues. You will also complete 2 projects – one is research based and the other is creative.How will I be assessed?‘AS’ LevelInternal (40% of ‘AS’ grade 20% of A Level) - 1 written analysis of micro aspects in a film extract of your choice - A short film sequence to show how micro features produce meanings and responsesExternal (60% of ‘AS’ grade 30% of A Level) - 2.5 hour exam‘A2′ LevelYou will carry out 2 projects: - 1 resear ... (Training Available by Leeds City College) Film Studies

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Film

  Why choose this course? What can Edinburgh Napier offer? What's involved? Entrance requirements Fees Enquire about this course "Prepare yourself for a professional career in the film industry" Name:Film Award:MA Study Mode:Full-Time Napier Code:W54733 Apply for this course SEP 11 Why choose this course?This course has been designed to help you embark on a career as a professional fiction film-maker in one of the following disciplines:DirectingCinematographyEditingSoundTeaching is through a combination of collaborative, shared modules, and modules that are geared to each individual discipline. Coursework consists of a large number of practical exercises and projects that allow students to deepen their own technical, creative and professional film making skills.The year’s work culminates in a major project module in which students will work, in their chosen discipline, on one or more short fiction films.Screen Academy Scotland is an ... (Training Available by Napier University – Lifelong Learning) Film

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Film Studies

Honours DegreeIf you love the silver screen and are thinking of carving a career in the world of film, then this course could be just what you’re looking for.Forging a career in film is more than just a pipe dream. If you’re keen to enter this fast-moving industry as a production assistant, screenwriter, or publicity agent, then our degree will give you the chance to approach film from a variety of perspectives.Whether it’s exploring new developments in film theory and criticism, or just sampling the practical arts of screenwriting and digital filmmaking, this course is taught by specialists with diverse theoretical and practical expertise.The Film Studies programme enables you to design a unique course of study that reflects your own individual interests, while catering to your career needs and ambitions. So whether you’re passionate about investigating film in its many historical and cultural contexts, or gaining ‘hands-on’ opportunities to express ... (Training Available by University of Gloucestershire) Film Studies

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Film Studies

Click here to print this page About Film Studies degreesFilm is one of the most powerful and accessible media of our age, offering each of us an insight into the ideas and events that have shaped the world we live in. The contemporary film industry is complex, creative and challenging - an industry in a process of constant evolution. Martin Scorsese has described film as “the process of turning ideas into images”. Our Film Studies degree programme offers you the chance to study the industry and the art-form, while examining historical developments, the contemporary context of film and projections for the future. The programme specialises in the historical, theoretical and critical study of films and the film industry and will take you on a journey from Hollywood to Bollywood and back again, with a few unexpected stops along the way. The course will provide you with the key skills needed for employment in the industry and will also provide you with invaluable professiona ... (Training Available by Leeds Trinity & All Saints' College) Film Studies

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Film Studies MPhil(B)

This programme will provide you with a critical and evaluative understanding of film within an interdisciplinary context. It encourages you to understand the role of film and cinema within the public sphere in terms of different cultural arenas and national contexts, and to assess the notion of film as a social process engaging with issues of representation, production and consumption. Programme content The programme is modular and offers a structured approach that includes taught core and optional modules such as Cold War Film, and Death and the Moving Image. Alongside this you will undertake training in research skills, culminating in an independently researched 20,000-word thesis. You will gain a firm grounding in different approaches to the analysis of film, a broad knowledge of the history of cinema and developments in film theory, and the ability to evaluate these in relation to films and film cultures. Related links Department of American and Canadian Studies website: ww ... (Training Available by University of Birmingham) Film Studies MPhil(B)

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AS & A Level Film Studies

course contentIntroduction: what is Film Studies?Film Studies looks at film as a commercial industry and as the range of experiences that it gives to audiences; it looks at how film communicates to audiences and the ideas that are portrayed.Course content.Film can be studied in either your first or second year at WCT as an AS Level qualification or over two years as a full A Level. For the AS Level we look at the language of film and how it works on an audience; and the British and Hollywood film industries:• The different components of film; what we see/hear and how it is presented • How these different components work upon us and how our responses differ according to who we are, where we are and what we are seeking from the film • Who makes films, how they are funded, how we get to see them and how we get to want to see themWe will look at a series of case studies of British and American films - how they are funded, produced and distributed and consumed. We will stud ... (Training Available by Worcester College of Technology) AS & A Level Film Studies

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Film Bootcamp

Ever wondered what it took to shoot your own professional short film? Want to see what the fundamentals of Digital Film are? Want to take your ?rst steps into ?lmmaking? If so, then look no further than this Short Course, which over the space of the 16hrs of training will get you to grips with the theoretical and practical concepts of shooting high quality footage. ... (Training Available by SAE Institute - Liverpool) Film Bootcamp

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Film Studies

Course overview In a world increasingly dominated by images and image-making practices, the study and practice of film and cinema is as relevant and important as ever. This degree offers the opportunity to develop your knowledge and understanding of the history, theory and practice of cinema within a department that has a thriving and internationally recognised research culture.The course offers a unique balance of theory and practice. Theory modules concentrate on the application of concepts from areas such as culture, art, politics and history, while practice modules will equip you with a range of new skills, and allow you to develop a critical and creative approach to video and film production work. The practical elements of the course are supported by excellent technical facilities which include TV studios, multimedia studios, specialist rooms for animation and 16mm film production, plus a range of cameras, lighting and edit suites for production and post-production work - all he ... (Training Available by Anglia Ruskin University) Film Studies

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Photography and Film

  Why choose this course? What can Edinburgh Napier offer? What's involved? Entrance requirements Fees Enquire about this course "Unique, in that it allows you to study both disciplines in tandem." Name:Photography and Film Award:BA/BA (Hons) Study Mode:Full-Time Napier Code:U54106 UCAS:W600 Apply for this course SEP 11 Why choose this course?If you have an interest in reflecting life through a lens, and would like to explore the possibilities offered by both film and photography, this course is the perfect solution. Unique in that it allows you to study both disciplines in tandem, the course allows you to focus on the techniques and management of all aspects of lens-based media, including technical processes, production and analysis. You'll then take up your specialisation in your third year, and develop the confidence to research and present creative ideas in your chosen medium through practical project work.SkillsWhether you eventually choose photography or ... (Training Available by Napier University – Lifelong Learning) Photography and Film

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Writing for TV, Radio and Film

The broadcasting and film industries are developing fast with the number of films in production reaching an all time high and new T.V. stations starting each month. There is more scope than ever to start writing for T.V., film and radio. This course is designed to show you how to produce saleable proposals, ideas and scripts. It will show you how to penetrate this competitive industry by professionally presenting and marketing your work. When you’ve completed this course, you will be ready to approach the market and look forward to earning anything from several hundred pounds just for selling an original idea, up to an unlimited amount if it is accepted for a new soap or block buster movie! ... (Training Available by BSY Group) Writing for TV, Radio and Film

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Film Studies

Film StudiesApply for this DegreeMSc (1 year full-time) Film StudiesSeptember 2011September 2012MSc (2 years part-time) Film StudiesSeptember 2011September 2012Find out more Film Studies School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures College of Humanities and Social Science Fees & costsFees: www.registry.ed.ac.uk Additional costs: 100Contact informationTel: +44 (0) 131 650 3030 Email: llc.postgrad@ed.ac.uk Address:School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures 19 George Square Edinburgh EH1 1JZEntry RequirementsA UK 2:1 honours degree, or its international equivalent, in a relevant discipline.International students Information by country English language requirements ProgrammeThis programme aims to expand the students understanding and knowledge of the theory, aesthetics and practice of film.What makes it distinctive is its focus on art and auteur film combined with a comparative study of mainstream cinema.The course explores film's relation to other arts and engages with vario ... (Training Available by Moray House School of Education) Film Studies

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Film StudiesALV-05-11

Course DetailsWhy study Film Studies AS Level?The cinema industry is a multi-billion dollar enterprise which stretches across all four corners of the globe, affecting, influencing and informing the ways we live our lives, run our societies and share our cultures. For such a far-reaching topic to be studied in depth, to improve our knowledge and appreciation of film and of ourselves, it is natural for us to critically engage and write about the subject rather than simply sit back and watch. Consequently, as we explore the history and construction of both classic and contemporary films, you will encounter film form (the effective use of mise-en-scene, editing, cinematography, sound), narrative and genre, as well as be required to critically contrast the business practices in both the UK and the US markets.You should already have a genuine interest in the history and art of film and cinema (both in English and non-English languages) and, in turn, be motivated to improve and elevate your c ... (Training Available by Trafford College) Film StudiesALV-05-11

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The gangster film

Course outlineWhat is the course about?The course considers the history and development of the gangster film from the 1930s to the present day. It will focus on the American gangster film but will also consider British gangster films and those from other national cinemas.What topics will we cover?Genre; film history; film style; film violence, issues of censorship and the Production Code in American cinema; directors, stars and studios associated with the gangster film.By the end of this course you should be able to:Identify and evaluate a range of gangster films. Demonstrate an understanding of the genre’s development from the 1930s to the present day. Evaluate a range of critical approaches to film.What level is the course and do I need any particular skills?The course is suitable for all levels. It will provide an introduction to the subject but will also be useful for those wishing to build on previous study in this area. You do not need any particular skills but the course ... (Training Available by City Lit) The gangster film

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