Build practical skills and hone your creativity with this action packed hands-on course
This Bachelor of Arts in Film, TV and Screen Media Production programme is designed in the specialist area of screen media production. This programme attracts learners because of the programme track-record for providing excellent employment prospects for learners who wish to pursue a career in the screen media industries. Graduates will be able to produce screen media artefacts showcasing technical, creative and logistical skills in film production, post-production, live TV and broadcast, writing and VFX.
Why Study Film, TV and Screen Media Production at Griffith College?
The central purpose of the Bachelor of Arts in Film, TV and Screen Media Production is to develop in learners the essential knowledge and practical and technical skills necessary to express their creativity and to develop their abilities to work in the dynamic film, TV and screen media industries. The primary approach of the programme is practical with an emphasis on active learning and the implementation of industry-standard processes – all underpinned by a theoretical and contextual framework. Learners are equipped to work in live TV broadcast environments as well as to produce location-based, single or multicamera film, TV and online content.
The programme equips learners to adapt to evolving industry needs. Throughout the programme an industry awareness is developed alongside creativity, concept development, an awareness of history and theory, storytelling, industry-standard software and the ability to work individually and as part of a group. Graduates of this NFQ Level 7 programme are equipped with skills that meet the needs of emerging and pre-existing industry demands for numerous roles. Upon completion of the programme, learners are able to apply, and further refine, their acquired knowledge to a variety of professional working environments.
- Full access to industry standard equipment and facilities
- Fully equipped TV studio
- Digital cinematography equipment
- Access to Avid Media Composer, ProTools and Adobe Suite
- On location sound recording equipment
- Access to production spaces
- Direct connections with the film industry
- Fully equipped, industry-standard Film studio with black/white/green rail backdrop and 3x8 lighting rig
- Large selection of Cameras, including Black Magic and Sony studio cameras
- Full Apple MAC editing suite
- Full-frame Zoom & Prime lenses
- NewTek Tricaster 8000 Multi-Standard Vision Mixer with virtual studio environment
- Avid Media Composer, ProTools and Adobe Suite
- Full range of equipment available for students to rent
Plus much more! For full list of equipment, please get in touch!
Previous Guest Lecturers
Richard Carolan, Disney Distribution; Tom Conroy, Production Designer; Nick Costello, Universal Pictures; Mark Craig, Director; Paul Daniel, Cinematographer; Dave Grennan, Cinematographer; Cara Holmes, Editor; Louise Kiely, Casting Director; Fiona Kinsella, Producer; Gary Lennon, Gambit Pictures; Andrew Lowe, Producer; Mick Mahon, Editor; Trish McAdam, Artist and Filmmaker; Niall McCann, Film Director; Esther McCarthy, Writer and Film Critic; Katie McCullagh, Cinematographer; Anna McPartlin, Writer; John Murphy, Editor; Rioghnach Ni Ghrioghair, Development Exec; David O'Callaghan, Easons Marketing; Stephen O'Connell, Editor; Mary Kate O’Flanagan, Writer; Liam O'Mochain, Filmmaker; Patrick O'Neill, Wildcard Distribution; Niall Owens, First AD; Audrey Sheils, Element Pictures; Liam Ryan, Filmmaker; Paki Smith, Production Designer; Aisling Wallace Byrne, Costume Designer; Cathal Waters, Cinematographer
Our next intake for this course will be:
*subject to sufficient numbers.
CAO Code: GC466
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CAO code: GC466