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Introduction to Editing

Met Film School
Campus 2 days September 2017 United Kingdom London

Editing is a core part of the filmmaking process. This is a highly practical introduction to the art of editing, focusing on the core editing techniques available as part of the Adobe CS6 suite with a particular emphasis on Adobe Premiere Pro ®. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Film in London in United Kingdom. Editing is a core part of the filmmaking process. This is a highly practical introduction to the art of editing, focusing on the core editing techniques available as part of the Adobe CS6 suite with a particular emphasis on Adobe Premiere Pro ®. All students will learn key techniques from an industry professional tutor. This course is ideal for beginners looking for some hands-on experience. LEARNING GOALS Effectively manipulate data within the CS6 suite of tools Be able to use basic filters, transitions, motion and create titles Have the ability to navigate Adobe software and understand workflow Know how to check broadcast safe levels for export Be able to import and export files Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: The Introduction to Screenwriting course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]

Part Time Postproduction

Met Film School
Campus Part time 6 months April 2017 United Kingdom London

Part-Time Postproduction is a course designed for those seeking specialist training in the latest digital filmmaking postproduction techniques. The course aims to provide students with highly marketable skills across a variety of visual media. [+]

Part-Time Postproduction is held on every Wednesday evening (7pm-10pm) and every other Saturday (10am – 5pm). Part-Time Postproduction is a course designed for those seeking specialist training in the latest digital filmmaking postproduction techniques. The course aims to provide students with highly marketable skills across a variety of visual media. Postproduction is the last stage in the film production pipeline where the film becomes a reality. A key part of this course is the study and practice of editing as a creative and technical craft. This course will cover the core skills and technology needed for today’s ever-changing filmmaking industry, including editing, colour grading and visual effects. LEARNING GOALS Develop an understanding of post-production workflows, processes and disciplines Demonstrate competency in editing to enhance the storytelling process Use colour to maximise the visual impact of films Apply core skills in visual effects production to the completion of films Deliver a film to market across a range of distribution platforms Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Our Part-Time Postproduction course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]

Part Time Producing

Met Film School
Campus Part time 12 weeks April 2017 United Kingdom London

Part-Time Producing is a unique course that has been developed for those who wish to forge a career as a film producer, or who wish to gain an understanding of the film business. This is the perfect course for students who have a feature film project in mind or who have transferable business skills that can be applied to a filmmaking context. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Film in London in United Kingdom. This course runs every Tuesday and Wednesday evening, from 7pm- 10pm. Part-Time Producing is a unique course that has been developed for those who wish to forge a career as a film producer, or who wish to gain an understanding of the film business. This is the perfect course for students who have a feature film project in mind or who have transferable business skills that can be applied to a filmmaking context. On this comprehensive course students will learn how films are created, financed and sold. In addition, they will gain valuable practical experience by developing feature film projects in class. In one-to-one sessions with the instructor, students will budget, schedule and package a feature film and come up with a marketing strategy. LEARNING GOALS Know how the global film industry, and particularly the UK film industry, operates Understand the roles of different types of producer (creative, line, and financial producer) Know how the production process works Know how to utilise digital technologies and the internet Understand how to survive as an independent producer Time: Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings (7pm-10pm) Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: The Part-Time Producing course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]

MA Directing Fiction

Central Film School
Campus 1 year October 2017 United Kingdom London

This programme is for anyone who has a background in film or media production wishing to develop their skills as a director. By engaging with the conflicting demands of the filmmaking process, students will address the creative goals as well as the technical and leadership challenges inherent in the role. [+]

This programme is for anyone who has a background in film or media production wishing to develop their skills as a director. By engaging with the conflicting demands of the filmmaking process, students will address the creative goals as well as the technical and leadership challenges inherent in the role. Through a series of practical exercises and collaboration this course aims to prepare students to realise their vision from pre-production through to postproduction. Clarity of vision, organisation and preparation are key. In this respect, the collaboration between the director and the writer, producer and cinematographer, and other heads of department, is explored as an integral part of the development and pre-production process, leading up to the shoot. By the end of this course you will be able to: Work effectively within a feature film production environment Understand what is expected from a director from pre-production to postproduction Employ effective motivational strategies when working with actors [-]

MA Social Impact Documentary Filmmaking

Central Film School
Campus 1 year October 2017 United Kingdom London

This one-year MA in documentary practice engages in creating social impact through film. It recognizes the unique role that documentaries play in society and the power of high quality storytelling. The goal is to provide graduates with the tools and the confidence to become effective members of the social impact community. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Film in London in United Kingdom. This one-year MA in documentary practice engages in creating social impact through film. It recognizes the unique role that documentaries play in society and the power of high quality storytelling. The goal is to provide graduates with the tools and the confidence to become effective members of the social impact community. The curriculum is practice led and focuses on diverse films with the potential to connect with audiences on a global level. Built around a series of distinct modules, students develop and create a major project, devise impact and engagement campaigns and pitch to an industry panel. The course draws on an extensive network of organisations and individuals within the documentary arena due to the school’s close partnership with the Bertha Foundation, DocHouse and BritDoc. By the end of this course you will be able to: Research, shoot and edit your own documentary and social impact films Investigate relevant funding and distribution channels for a particular project Effectively develop and pitch a variety of documentary project [-]

Film Producing 101

Met Film School
Campus 2 days May 2017 United Kingdom London

Film Producing 101 is a two-day workshop in the complex craft of producing for film. The course, taught by industry professional tutors, will train students in the ways that they can develop their producing skills in the future, either working on short or feature productions. [+]

Film Producing 101 is a two-day workshop in the complex craft of producing for film. The course, taught by industry professional tutors, will train students in the ways that they can develop their producing skills in the future, either working on short or feature productions. This weekend course will draw upon the many considerations producers face when embarking on a new project. It also introduces the key skills, qualities and know-how a producer needs to succeed in the filmmaking industry. Why take the course Become familiar with industry structure, terminology and jargon Understand the life cycle of a film from concept to delivery Understand how to seek funding Understand the role of scheduling and budgets Be familiar with the key role a producer Why Met Film School? Famous facilities in Ealing Studios. Our students in London receive access to our modern premises and facilities within the famous Ealing Studios. High-profile productions made on-site include Downton Abbey, Nowhere Boy, My Week with Marilyn, Prince of Persia, The Iron Lady, Star Wars: Episode Two, and Victor Frankenstein Award-winning tutors and guest speakers. All our tutors and guest speakers are working screen professionals with numerous industry awards and nominations, including BAFTAs, Emmys and Oscars Part of the industry. Through working closely with our sister companies Met Film Production and Met Post, we better integrate our students into the world of creative media. Met Film businesses provide our students with work placements, graduate employment and master classes with industry professionals Recognised quality. Our outstanding academic credentials are recognised by leading higher education bodies such as CILECT, Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education and Creative SkillSet. Our degree course was described as 'At the forefront of film pedagogy' by the QAA Leading the industry. As the fastest growing film school in the UK we are proud of our innovative approach with a strong focus on new media and platforms, which is delivered throughout all our courses Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Our Film Producing 101 course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]

Acting for Film - Level 2

Met Film School
Campus 4 - 12 weeks May 2017 United Kingdom London

<strong>Acting for Film – Level 2</strong> has been developed for actors who want to build on the skills they have learned through their experience of film acting, or those who have taken the Level 1 course. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Film in London in United Kingdom. Acting for Film (Level 2) is an intensive full-time, four-week course (Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm). o Acting for Film – Level 2 has been developed for actors who want to build on the skills they have learned through their experience of film acting, or those who have taken the Level 1 course. One-to-one and group sessions will be supplemented with masterclasses with professional directors, casting directors and producers. Whether students aim to get a place at drama school, find an agent, or enter the industry, they will receive guidance from a professional acting coach and director to help them achieve their goal. The course will culminate in the screening of scenes that will have been created during the 4-week course. Students will be asked to supply a CV and showreel to demonstrate their acting experience. LEARNING GOALS Have absolute confidence in acting for the screen Have an understanding of how to use voice and movement effectively Gain a clear understanding of key methodologies such as Stanislavski and Meisner Have experience of acting for the camera through roles in numerous exercises and short films Have in-depth knowledge and understanding of the film industry Have clear career goals Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Students will be asked to supply a CV and showreel to demonstrate their acting experience. [-]

Six Month Postproduction

Met Film School
Campus 6 months May 2017 United Kingdom London

Six-Month Practical Filmmaking is an intensive and practical immersion in the complete craft and technique of filmmaking. Specifically designed to give students the essential tools to launch a professional career as a filmmaker, students will receive a solid foundation in the key elements of filmmaking. [+]

Six-Month Practical Filmmaking is a full-time course (weekdays, 10am-5pm). Six-Month Practical Filmmaking is an intensive and practical immersion in the complete craft and technique of filmmaking. Specifically designed to give students the essential tools to launch a professional career as a filmmaker, students will receive a solid foundation in the key elements of filmmaking. Taught by industry professionals, Six-Month Practical Filmmaking provides students with the confidence to enter the film industry, from writing a screenplay to directing and producing their own film. On completion of the course, students will graduate with a showreel of their work. The six-month programme consists of three terms. During Terms 1 and 2, students will be trained in all key aspects of filmmaking through a combination of intensive practical workshops and a series of filmmaking exercises, escalating in scale as they go through the programme. Following the learning from the foundation programme in Term 1, students learn the advanced skills in screenwriting; cinematography and sound; fiction directing and producing; documentary production; editing and postproduction during Term 2. In Term 3, students will make their own film and perform key roles on set on other students’ films. LEARNING GOALS Learn how to interpret a script and create a storyboard Operate a professional digital camera and light a scene confidently Be able to record sound and use it creatively to tell their story Be able to cast a film and direct actors Manage a small crew and direct using the correct on-set procedures Be able to use professional editing software and understand the key postprodution elements of film finishing Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Our Practical Filmmaking course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. However in order to get the most out of the course, you should be able to both speak and write in English to a reasonable standard. [-]

Young Filmmakers Academy

Met Film School
Campus 3 weeks July 2017 United Kingdom London

<strong>Young Filmmakers’ Academy</strong> is a course designed especially for young people aged between 14 and 17 years old who are passionate about filmmaking. With the support of industry professionals at every stage, students will try their hand at a variety of different roles, from directing to editing and everything in-between. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Film in London in United Kingdom. Young Filmmakers’ Academy is a course designed especially for young people aged between 14 and 17 years old who are passionate about filmmaking. With the support of industry professionals at every stage, students will try their hand at a variety of different roles, from directing to editing and everything in-between. Students of the Young Filmmakers’ Academy will learn how to write scenes, use a camera to tell stories, edit using professional software and direct actors. Although fun and challenging, students should be aware that this course requires the students to work hard in a professional environment, often under significant time pressures. LEARNING GOALS Know how to work with actors, including casting, preparing for a shoot, blocking and rehearsing Understand the key elements of cinematography, including lighting, framing and shooting for the edit Be able to record sound and understand how it can be used to dramatic effect Understand how the roles of scriptwriter, director, cinematographer, sound recordist, storyboard artist, editor and continuity assistant interrelate Minimum Age: 14-17 at start of course Entry Requirements: Our Young Filmmakers’ Academy course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements [-]

Documentary Filmmaking

Met Film School
Campus 8 weeks June 2017 United Kingdom London

<strong>Documentary Filmmaking</strong> is an intensive 8-week programme focusing on the skills needed to become a confident self-shooter and self-editor. Taught by an experienced documentary filmmaker the programme provides essential training in the use of professional cameras and industry standard editing software. [+]

Have an idea for a great documentary film? Documentary filmmaking at Met Film School will equip you with both the knowledge and technical capabilities to create brilliant documentaries from conception to implementation. Documentary Filmmaking is an intensive 8-week programme focusing on the skills needed to become a confident self-shooter and self-editor. Taught by an experienced documentary filmmaker the programme provides essential training in the use of professional cameras and industry standard editing software. Students are given a background in the history of documentary and will review examples of successful documentaries to better understand the marketplace today. Students will research, write, produce and edit their own short film with the guidance of an industry professional tutor. What you will achieve You will understand the current context of documentary filmmaking by examining the history of the documentary genre, its different forms and the current market. You will be able to proficiently operate a digital camera, record sound, light a scene and edit. You will learn how to research a subject, write a proposal and create a treatment. You will be able to consider production issues such as scheduling, location management and legal requirements. Why Met Film School? Famous facilities in Ealing Studios. Our students in London receive access to our modern premises and facilities within the famous Ealing Studios. High-profile productions made on-site include Downton Abbey, Nowhere Boy, My Week with Marilyn, Prince of Persia, The Iron Lady, Star Wars: Episode Two, and Victor Frankenstein. Learn more Award-winning tutors and guest speakers. All our tutors and guest speakers are working screen professionals with numerous industry awards and nominations, including BAFTAs, Emmys and Oscars. Learn more about our tutors and guest speakers Part of the industry. Through working closely with our sister companies Met Film Production and Met Post, we better integrate our students into the world of creative media. Met Film businesses provide our students with work placements, graduate employment and master classes with industry professionals. Find out more Recognised quality. Our outstanding academic credentials are recognised by leading higher education bodies such as CILECT, Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education and Creative SkillSet. Find out more. Our degree course was described as 'At the forefront of film pedagogy' by the QAA Leading the industry. As the fastest growing film school in the UK we are proud of our innovative approach with a strong focus on new media and platforms, which is delivered throughout all our courses Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Our Documentary Filmmaking course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. However in order to get the most out of the course, you should be able to both speak and write in English to a reasonable standard. [-]

From Story to Screen in Eight Weeks

Met Film School
Campus 8 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom London

<strong>From Story to Screen in Eight Weeks</strong> is the School’s longest running course and is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in filmmaking. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Film in London in United Kingdom. From Story to Screen in Eight Weeks is the School’s longest running course and is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in filmmaking. This course gives students practical experience in all key areas of filmmaking and culminates in the production of the students’ own short films. It covers the essential craft areas of screenwriting, use of camera and sound, casting and directing actors, editing and script development. The course is intensive and it is ideal for those considering a change in career. LEARNING GOALS Gain the ability to structure a script and create a storyboard Understand how to use the camera to tell a story Learn to shoot for the final edit and edit a scene Know how to manage a crew and to direct using the correct on-set procedures Understand how to cast and direct actors for the camera Know how to record sound and use it creatively to tell a story Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Our From Story to Screen in Eight Weeks course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]

Six Month Practical Filmmaking

Met Film School
Campus 6 months May 2017 United Kingdom London

Six-Month Postproduction is a course designed for those seeking specialist training in the latest digital filmmaking postproduction techniques. The course aims to provide the student with highly marketable skills across a variety of visual media. [+]

Six-Month Postproduction is a full-time course (weekdays, 10am-5pm). Six-Month Postproduction is a course designed for those seeking specialist training in the latest digital filmmaking postproduction techniques. The course aims to provide the student with highly marketable skills across a variety of visual media. Postproduction is the last stage in the film production pipeline where the film becomes a reality. A key part of this course is the study and practice of editing as a creative and technical craft. This course will cover the core skills and technology needed for today’s ever-changing filmmaking industry, including editing, colour grading and visual effects. LEARNING GOALS Develop an understanding of postproduction workflows, processes and disciplines Demonstrate competency in editing to enhance the storytelling process Use colour to maximise the visual impact of films Apply core skills in visual effects production to the completion of films Deliver a film to market across a range of distribution platforms Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: The Six-Month Postproduction programme is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. However in order to get the most out of the course, you should be able to both speak and write in English to a reasonable standard. [-]

Part Time Acting for Film Level 2

Met Film School
Campus Part time 12 weeks September 2017 United Kingdom London

Part-Time Acting for Film (Level 2) is aimed at those with existing acting experience either gained over time or as a result of studying on a Level 1 course, who wish to develop their skills further, but can’t commit to a full-time schedule. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Film in London in United Kingdom. This course runs every Tuesday and Wednesday evening, 7pm–10pm Part-Time Acting for Film (Level 2) is aimed at those with existing acting experience either gained over time or as a result of studying on a Level 1 course, who wish to develop their skills further, but can’t commit to a full-time schedule. Taught on evenings over 12-weeks, students will learn advanced acting skills through both one-to-one and group sessions. This course will help those looking to find an agent, enter the industry professionally or gain a place at drama school. It culminates in the screening of a film created over the course. Students will be asked to supply a CV and showreel to demonstrate their acting experience. LEARNING GOALS Have absolute confidence in acting for the screen Understand how to use voice and movement effectively Understand key methodologies such as Stanislavski and Meisner Have roles in numerous exercises Have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the film industry Have clear career goals Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Students will be asked to supply a CV and showreel to demonstrate their acting experience. In order to get the most out of the course, you should be able to both speak and write in English to a reasonable standard. [-]

Part Time Screenwriting Fundamentals

Met Film School
Campus Part time 12 weeks July 2017 United Kingdom London

Part-Time Screenwriting Fundamentals is a course ideal for anyone serious about learning the craft of screenwriting and what it takes to be a professional screenwriter. It is held every Tuesday evening between 7pm-10pm. [+]

Part-Time Screenwriting Fundamentals is a course ideal for anyone serious about learning the craft of screenwriting and what it takes to be a professional screenwriter. It is held every Tuesday evening between 7pm-10pm. Taught by an industry professional writing tutor, students will cover the necessary skills that are fundamental to screenwriting. This will include how to develop a cinematic concept, creating memorable characters, the importance of dramatic structure, writing dialogue and action, understanding genre and audience and the value of re-writing. Students will also benefit from focused tuition on how to survive as a screenwriter, how to pitch a project and will receive professional feedback on their work. LEARNING GOALS Understand how genre affects the story and audience Learn the various creative tools for developing an idea into a marketable concept for the big screen Learn how to pitch and present ideas in a professional setting Understand the basics of dramatic structure and how to format a screenplay Time: Every Tuesday evening between 7pm-10pm Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Our Screenwriting Fundamentals (Part-Time) course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]

Three Week Introduction to Cinematography

Met Film School
Campus 3 weeks April 2017 United Kingdom London

Introduction to Cinematography provides a comprehensive introduction to the technical and creative use of camera, lights and audio. Students will learn the key techniques, creative approaches and organisational skills involved in camera operation, lighting and sound recording. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Film in London in United Kingdom. Introduction to Cinematography is an intensive full-time, three-week course (Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm). Cinematography is not just lighting and sound recording – it is about bringing a story to life. Master your craft at cinematography through our hands-on courses, taught by award winning tutors. Progress your abilities as a cinematographer across a wide range of contexts while you learn the key techniques, creative approaches and organisational skills involved in camera operation. Introduction to Cinematography provides a comprehensive introduction to the technical and creative use of camera, lights and audio. Students will learn the key techniques, creative approaches and organisational skills involved in camera operation, lighting and sound recording. This will cover a range of areas from the technical basics of cinematography, taking full manual control of industry standard cameras, focus pulling, camera movement – using tracks and dollies, lighting for narrative or pack shots and more. Students will be given the chance to apply these skills in filmed scenarios to enhance their working knowledge of cinematography. Tutors on this programme are industry professionals with vast experience in film, television, documentary /factual programming, and advertising. As technology continues to evolve at increasingly faster rates, the heart of this programme is about more than how to operate a particular piece of equipment – it’s about a deeper understanding of storytelling and the moving image in order to communicate something meaningful and entertaining to an audience. What you will achieve Understand the key principals of using camera, sound and lighting Gain technical knowledge and confidence in using filming equipment Develop a critical understanding and practical use of the basic rules of film grammar and narration through working with the camera Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Our Introduction to Cinematography course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]