Film and Television course information
Bachelor of Creative Arts - Film and Television
The Bachelor of Creative Arts (Film and Television) allows students to explore and develop their own creativity within collaborative creative teams. Students work across a variety of roles and genres, from documentary and short narrative fiction, to more experimental productions, discovering and developing their skills through exposure to a number of production and post production roles and practices.
The degree comprises study in many areas including scriptwriting, short filmmaking, TV studio production, project management, digital cinematography, editing, sound design and visual language.
Bachelor of Creative Arts (Film and Digital Media)
The Bachelor of Creative Arts (Film and Digital Media) gives students a range of skills in media arts with a systematic exposure to collaborative possibilities between various art forms.
Students in this degree take units in Film and Television, Photography and/or Animation and Motion Capture, ultimately electing to major in one or two of theses disciplines. The entire Film and Television course can be taken within this degree, however the degree title indicates that graduates from this degree have experience bringing art forms together in major projects, alongside training in professional arts practice, and a grounding in the academic knowledge necessary to understand the arts and to create new forms of art.
Students also explore the arts in theory, in practice and in collaboration with others.
Bachelor of Arts
The Bachelor of Arts is the most flexible of degrees, allowing students to choose a combination of subjects to suit their interest and career goals.
Film Studies as a major in the Bachelor of Arts can therefore be studied alongside the likes of International Relations, History, Literary Studies, Sociology, Psychology - as well as options from other Faculties.