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  • Objectives
    This course examines the way professionals create film images and how new technologies affect those images and stories. Students are introduced to practical and theoretical issues around cinema, media convergence, new media, media industries and their management methods. Editing and design skills, animation production and digital video production are all core to the course. Options include sound design for moving image, cinematography and scriptwriting. This course provides students with skills to analyse, design and produce media for audiences and the industries that make this possible. Creative and professional practice is firmly linked to critical reflection.
  • Entry requirements
    Normally students will need five GCSEs of grade C or above and two A levels or national equivalents. Maths GCSE is not required. Applicants with international qualifications and mature applicants are welcome. This course is also available as a four-year extended degree, the first year of which is the Foundation Year Art, Media, Design.
  • Academic Title
    BA Cinematics
  • Course description
    Course structure
    You will take 17 core modules, seven optional modules (from a possible 22 options including Work Placement) and undertake research.

    Level 1

    Cinematics
    Post Production Crafts
    Art, Media and Design in Context
    Thinking Art, Media & Design
    Introduction to Digital Communications

    Level 2

    Professional Practice in Creative Industries
    Media Industry Practices
    3D/2D Motion Graphics
    Motion
    New Media Genres and Applications

    Level 3

    Final Project
    Moving Image Production
    Advanced New Media
    Digital Moving Image

    British Cinema

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