Film & TV Production, 180 credits
The program lasts six semesters, 180 credits including one semester of 30 credits of electives. All courses are in the major of Moving Images Production, but the elective term may also consist of studies in another subject or in an international exchange, equivalent to 30 credits. The programme has both scientific and artistic basis.
During the first year students acquire knowledge and skills in recording, editing, and post-processing. Students practice their ability to work in groups and practice different roles and functions in film and television production. Great emphasis is also placed on written and oral reflection on media and society, design and knowledge of film and television industry genres.
The second year begins with the study of documentary film and the accompanying production of a short documentary film. Ethics and values ??are discussed. In the following course the student focuses on film editing by working with professional materials, and by analyzing cutting from perceptual psychology and other perspectives. The fourth semester consists of elective courses: either a specialization in television production or a specialization in filmmaking. If possible, an international exchange can be offered.
The third academic year begins with a methodology course with subsequent thesis course in which, an independently formulated and implemented research project, under the usual formalia and methodology, is carried out by the student. The project course afterwards prepares students for their professional life. The graduation project course, finally, consists of an independently planned and implemented production in a team with clear individual responsibilities, and written individual reflections on the work. The program ends with a work placement.
Objectives of the ProgrammeOn completion of the programme the student will be able to
• independently, and acquired through practice, plan and implement a film or television production
• together in a group, with diverse roles, collaborate on a common production
• make informed choices about design, technology and finance
• analyze and evaluate productions from an aesthetic, genre and social context
• demonstrate knowledge of the film and television industry and its stakeholders
• carry out an independently written study in the major on the basis of relevant theory and methodology.