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Why choose Herts?Excellent employment opportunities: There are major skills shortages in the UK film industry with 30,000 new jobs are to be created in the next few years.Teaching excellence: Howard Berry is a multi-award-winning lecturer and industry professional who has worked with Warner Brothers and the Stanley Kubrick Estate for over a decade as a consultant and expert.Professional accreditation: Gain BAFTA albert sustainability – industry-standard certification.About the courseThe MA Film
Why choose Herts?
Excellent employment opportunities: There are major skills shortages in the UK film industry with 30,000 new jobs are to be created in the next few years.
Teaching excellence: Howard Berry is a multi-award-winning lecturer and industry professional who has worked with Warner Brothers and the Stanley Kubrick Estate for over a decade as a consultant and expert.
Professional accreditation: Gain BAFTA albert sustainability – industry-standard certification.
About the course
The MA Film Production has been designed to offer students opportunities to initiate, develop and realise original and advanced level work in fiction or factual film production, with a particular focus on directing, producing, cinematography, sound, and post-production. The programme aims to:
Enable students to initiate, develop and realise distinctive and creative work in the fields of film production and post-production
Gain detailed knowledge and understanding of key production processes and professional practices relevant to the film industry
Understand the structure and operation of the film industry, its global scope, regulatory frameworks, business practices, markets, and audiences.
Develop a range of transferable and entrepreneurial skills which equip students to respond to the and future career challenges
Gain an understanding of sustainability within the film industry, the impact of production on the climate, and the ways in which the industry can impact positively in this area, through a BAFTA albert accredited series of lectures and workshops.
To be eligible for the MA Film Production postgraduate course we consider students with either a 2:2 undergraduate honours degree in a closely related field (either Film or television Production, or closely related media production-based subject) or three years working in the industry in a related subject area.
Master your dream
At Herts, the university offers a huge variety of postgraduate courses covering everything from animation to environmental management. It offers flexible study options to suit a student’s lifestyle, fantastic links to business and expert guidance every step of the way.
Why choose postgraduate study at Herts?
Employment prospects: 91.5% of postgraduates are in work or further study*
Industry connections: Links with over 1,700 businesses and industrial placements
Accredited courses: over 40 industry accredited courses and work placements
Financial support: No application fees. 20% postgraduate fee discount for University of Hertfordshire graduates. Plus, there's £11,836 of postgraduate funding available**. Find out more about discounts, loans, bursaries, scholarships and grants.