Continued Professional Development (CPD) Editing and Post Production modules are aimed at filmmakers and industry professionals who are looking to improve skills they already use and learn new skills to develop their professional practice.
The CPD modules will enable you to develop advanced knowledge, understanding, and skills within the module subject area. You'll be prepared for future career development and advance filmmaking techniques. The teaching is delivered by industry professionals and it emphasizes professional collaborative workflows and the roles of all personnel in the Editing Department in the context of digital film production. Subjects covered include: working with digital cinema camera recording formats (e.g. Arri’s Log C format), color grading, audio post production and delivery platforms.
These tailored modules offer deep exposure to the skills, knowledge, and creativity required to get a secure foothold in the competitive world of Editing and Post Production (EPP).
Each module outline below will give you an idea of the content and any prior experience and/or qualifications required in order to take the module.
Starting January 2018
- The art of editing
- Color grading and finishing
Starting September 2018
- Visual effects and compositing
- Role of the editor
A background in film editing is essential, with at least four years of experience either freelance or with a company.
Fees and funding
The cost of each module is £1000, which includes 12 teaching sessions over 12 weeks. Please note, you will only have access to our technical equipment and spaces during sessions and at no time outside of this.
All modules are subject to change by the university and may differ from the modules you are offered during your studies.
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Last updated August 10, 2018