Bachelor of Film, Television and Animation

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Screen Production

Unit Set Code

MJ-A351003 (major)


Overview

The Screen Production major provides you with the opportunity to develop key creative, technical and critical skills to apply to a variety of screen productions from film to television to online formats. You will delve into key creative roles such as directing as well as cinematography, production design, sound design, and post-production. You also have the opportunity to work in fiction and factual styles, as well as crew on fellow students’ productions, screenplays and the capstone project.

You are encouraged to consider your focus in screen production with other compatible areas of study such as drama and performance, media and creative arts to enhance your creativity and collaborations. Graduates will be prepared to make any story come to life on the screen.


Career outcomes

  • content producers for corporate and digital media industries
  • editors and colourists
  • directors and cinematographers
  • film and TV production crew in directing, camera, sound, and lighting departments
  • post-production coordinators
  • production managers
  • sound designers
  • production designers
  • television broadcast technicians
  • television presenters and researchers
  • videographers

Units

To complete a Major sequence in Screen Production complete the eight (8) units as specified below

Complete the following 2 units from level 1:

ACF109Television Studio Production

ACF110Acting and Directing for Screen

Complete the following 4 units from level 2:

ACF201Short Fiction Film

ACF208Cinematography

ACF210Postproduction

ACF215The Art and Design of Sound

Complete the following 2 units from level 3:

ACF305Documentary Production

ACF308Major Screen Project B - Production

Note: Incompatible with the Screen Content Production minor sequence

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