Film, television and digital media
Deakin's Film and Television students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. They develop creative and critical thinking, and practical hands-on skills.
|Undergraduate (Bachelor) degrees|
|Bachelor of Arts (Honours)||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Bachelor of Arts||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Bachelor of Creative Arts (Film and Digital Media)||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Bachelor of Creative Arts (Film and Television)||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
Why study at Deakin?
Get ready for your new career
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.
Learn from the best
James Cameron has 50, Peter Jackson is using 30 to film The Hobbit and now budding filmmakers at Deakin University will be able to participate in a world first and work with the filmmaker's dream, a RED EPIC camera.
Four of these cameras have been delivered to the University's School of Communication and Creative Arts. Deakin is one of the first universities in the world to have these cameras.
Simon Wilmot, coordinator of Deakin's Master of Film and Video course said the cameras were being hailed as the best in the world.
"The creation of the EPIC has been the most discussed and watched development in the world of film technology," he said.
Career and Industry
Film and TV courses at Deakin prepare students for a career in the industry by focussing on film and television production through practical work, viewing and analysis.
Graduates from these courses have specific production skills together with skills in organisation, teamwork, critical thinking, and a practical understanding of professional approaches to creative, technical and logistic problem solving.