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BA in Film and Television Production

BA in Film and Television Production

Overview

This all-action course, with a huge focus on building practical skills, will help you direct the career of your dreams.

Delivered in association with Pulse College and Windmill Lane Recording Studios, this exciting course has been created for people who have a passion for film making and storytelling on screen and have already started to experiment in these areas.

Check out some of our students' work below!

Why Study Film and Television Production at Griffith College?

The BA Film and Television Production is conducted on a full-time basis over a three-year period. The aim of the course is to assist enthusiastic students in developing the essential practical skills and knowledge required to work in the dynamic area of film and television production.

  • You will gain a solid understanding and working knowledge of a digital camera, lighting, sound, and editing, associated software, hardware and equipment, screenwriting, and online screen media.
  • You will develop strong practical skills with the use of TV studio, film and television production equipment and computer technologies a central part of the course curriculum.
  • You will build a strong portfolio of your work and participate in a number of exciting projects including directing your own 7-minute documentary and acting as a key crew member in an ‘as-live’ broadcast.
  • Form your career path with further specialisation in three elective choices out of the five award-winning modules.
  • Option to further your studies in media with progression to Griffith's three specialist media Masters programmes.

Intake Dates

Our intake for this course commences October 2020.

Are you applying through the CAO?

Read our CAO Guide for everything you need to know about applying through the CAO!

What our students say

Griffith College Film and TV Student

I had a fantastic four years studying at Griffith College. I was given many opportunities to work on real film and TV sets as well as working with some of the best equipment and people in the industry within the college. I'd highly recommend Griffith College for anyone who is looking to learn and develop their skills to a much higher standard, within this creative industry.   

Luke Tablot
BA in Film and TV Production
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