Filmmaking HNC/HND is a degree-level course which will teach you the practical elements of digital and film, editing and cinematography and will give you the skills and confidence to progress as either an independent filmmaker, freelancer or onto higher education, such as the BA top-up.
The Film Production BA (Hons) Top-up Degree combines the strength of Brighton Film School and University of Brighton's film production facilities with the expertise of our team of lecturers - all of whom are professional practitioners in various film and broadcast capacities.
The Diploma in Filmmaking offers the special opportunity to develop your practical and logistical skills as a filmmaker, working with established industry professionals. Validated by the industry respected BKSTS' http://www.bkstsaccreditation.com/
Set Design for Film and TV (Production Design) HNC/HND is a degree-level course which gives students a solid grounding in film art direction and production design processes.
Set Design for Film and TV (Production Design) Diploma is a one day per week adult course, offering an opportunity to develop your practical and theoretical skills in the Art Department.
Degree level courses and Diploma
|Courses||Price||Start Date||Day||Information Sheet||Apply now|
|Set Design for Film and TV (Production Design) Diploma||£6,165||September 2017||2days a week plus practical/set buid days||More info||Apply for course|
|Filmmaking Diploma||£3,750||September 2017||1 day a week plus practical/film shoots||More information||Apply for course|
|Set Design for Film and TV (Production Design) HNC/HND (2-year course)||£6,165 per year||September 2017||2 days a week||More info||Apply for course|
|Film Production (BA) Hons Top Up Degree||£9,000||September 2017||2 days a week plus production time and tutorials||More info||Apply for course|
|Filmmaking HNC/HND (2 year course)||£6,165||September 2017||2 days a week||More info||Apply for course|
* £500 deposit is required to secure your place once an offer has been made. For those students accessing a student loan, this deposit is refundable after attendance for the whole of term 1 and on production of a student loans letter. For those students who are not taking a loan this deposit is deducted from the total fees due.