Foundation Degree Film and Screen Media

Film and Screen Media is a practitioner-focused programme of three contemporary strands of the film and screen industries. Through traditional filmmaking, motion design and emerging technologies this course offers students new and exciting approaches to production.

The way we consume film and media is changing. The production, content, and distribution of film is developing alongside advancing technologies in an increasingly networked culture.

With this programme, you will be challenged to bring your ideas to life as you acquire the technical skills needed to meet the demands of the vibrant film and media industry. 

With this programme, you will develop your knowledge of filmmaking, motion design, and screen practices. You will be challenged to captivate audiences with visual content that is rich in meaning. You’ll also be taught specialist techniques such as traditional film methods, motion graphics, audio, 360 degree video and VR.

Throughout the course you’ll have the opportunity to work on live client projects with national brands and government bodies. You’ll also produce a diverse professional portfolio throughout your degree, showcasing your personal style of visual language.

This course is validated by The Open University.

pound symbol iconFee £7,950 (per academic year)
map pin iconLocation Quarry Hill Campus
calendar iconStart Date September 2021
timer iconDuration 2 years
level iconCourse Code UCAS Course Code: F244 Institution code: L21
clock iconStudy Mode Full time


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