Digital Film And TV Production BA (Hons)
2019/20 New Entrants, Full Time
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- Subject to approval, also available in London from September 2020
The BA (Hons) Digital Film and Television Production degree at LMA is designed to prepare you to embark on a career within the creative moving image industries, whatever your choice of career may be.
Do you want to be a director, producer, camera-operator, editor, scriptwriter, director of photography or a researcher? The industry is a fast-evolving sector, with employment opportunities open to enthusiastic and motivated individuals. In recognition of this, LMA has set out to be a creative lab, preparing you to recognise and meet the demands of a rapidly changing profession.
By embracing the opportunities generated whilst you study with LMA, we will nurture you as a contemporary content creator, giving you an unprecedented opportunity to take your creative ideas all the way from conception to distribution. With our hands-on approach to teaching, the curriculum provides exposure to all aspects of the various and varied media of moving image, enabling you to follow your dream career.
Reflecting the industry expectation of working inter- and cross-discipline, you will study all aspects of the production process, to develop an inherent understanding of its importance and impact and to expand your abilities in other areas. You will study the theory and practices of the film and television industry as well as fields with creative and cultural relevance. Theoretical concepts will be brought to life through the application of ideas in practical projects, implementing theory with practice.
LMA acts as a catalyst for local film, video and television production - challenging, enabling, and stimulating growth through original production, supported by industry-standard equipment. You will be encouraged to network and develop contacts through LMA’s diverse pool of industry links and contacts, paving the way for future employment opportunities.
Your course will provide excellent value for money featuring high contact hours with the tutors, who will help to instil the discipline, training and professional standards and expectations that the industry demands.
UCAS Tariff: 64
Study time Your study time will consist of class contact hours, self-directed learning, assessment and placements where appropriate. Your actual contact hours will depend on the subject area, on the option modules you select and professional body requirements. A typical composition of study time for this course is:
Year 1: you'll spend 42% of time in lectures, seminars or similar, and 58% of time in independent study.
Year 2: you'll spend 39% of time in lectures, seminars or similar, and 61% of time in independent study.
Year 3: you'll spend 27% of time in lectures, seminars or similar, and 73% of time in independent study.
The balance of assessment depends on the subject area, your choice of option modules and professional body requirements. A typical composition of assessment for this course is:
Year 1: your assessment will be 7% by practical exams and 93% by coursework.
Year 2: your assessment will be 7% by practical exams and 93% by coursework.
Year 3: your assessment will be 100% by coursework.
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