Film & Video

Course Information

Course Duration: One Year

Course Title: 
International One Year Professional Diploma Programme in Film & Video Production

Course Code: IPFVP

Qualification Honored
International One Year Programme in Film & Video Production by CCL London

Who is the Course for?

The course is aimed at individuals interested in pursuing careers in Film and TV productions, film making, script writing, Story boarding, producing, directing, editing and DVD authoring.

Course Introduction

The FAD Academy Film and Video Course is an intense one-year programme in which the full range of film-making skills are taught at appropriate professional levels to students at any entry level.

Learning is based around short films, music promos, commercials and documentaries. Each term these video exercises become more technically sophisticated, more considered and more complex in their ambitions and at the same time taking in consideration every students' entry level and potential. The School specifies the skill base for each exercise, provides the equipment and trains the students up to the new levels in each of the various craft skills. Students take all the aesthetic decisions, solving problems similar to those faced by professional units, on a steeply increasing slope of difficulty. Their work is constantly assessed and criticised. Students themselves are required to reflect on and assess their own learning in Work and Research Notebooks.

Students' creative abilities are mobilised and developed by multiple approaches: They are taught to look at film history, and a great range of contemporary and classic work, in varying critical contexts, but most importantly as the outcome of practical strategies that they can use for framing, criticising and developing their own take on screen storytelling. We will be looking at contemporary and historical work by film, commercial, music promo and documentary directors, producers and writers.

 

Course Module Outline

Course Structure

The course structure starting from the beginning to end year is as follows:

  • 2 months of commercials
  • 2 months of short films
  • 2 months of music videos
  • 2 months of corporate films
  • 1 month presentation/exhibition

The eight weeks of every 2-month module are further divided in two-week segments that have specific goals. Last month will be for Show reel editing Final exhibition.

Term1

  • Production Overview
  • Camera operation and lenses
  • Image composition and sets
  • Lighting for Video
  • Audio for Film and Video
  • Video Editing
  • News and Documentaries
  • Legal and Ethical issues
  • Non-Broadcast Careers

Term2

  • Music Videos
  • Adverts
  • Short Films Documentaries / Corporate Promos
  • Vox Pops

 

Course Assessment

The course is assessed through assignments and projects on a continuous assessment basis through the year.

FAD Europe Tour

The tour gives students an exclusive opportunity to visits some of the world’s finest Art, Design & Media destinations. Students get an opportunity to shoot live projects during the tour in association with other departments at FAD.

Further, students get lectured at some of world’s leading media universities in Italy & UK and get opportunities to work on studio and outdoor shoots as well.

 


Career Progression

Academic Progression

Individuals can also continue onto higher education at FAD International or universities in UK & Italy onto the following courses based on their previous academic qualifications:

  • Media Studies
  • Advertising
  • Fashion Marketing & Communication
  • Fashion Promotion & Media

 

Career Progression

On successful completion of the course individuals can work as professional in film making, script writing, Story boarding, producing, directing and editing for:

  • Film and TV productions houses
  • Media Houses
  • Advertising Agencies
  • Freelance Videographer
  • Videographers with various specializations

 

Benefits of the Course

  • International Curriculum
  • British Certification
  • Europe Tour allows students to visit various design universities for guest lectures
  • Progression opportunities to multiple universities
  • Guest faculties from Industry
  • Strong professional focus
  • Option to specialize in various fields of film making
  • Pursue other parallel qualifications
  • Opportunities to freelance during the course
  • Work on live assignments
  • Assistance on setting up freelance business

 

Entry Requirements

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

  • A Levels /12th Pass Outs.
  • Students having passed 10th can be accepted through a personal interview.
  • This course is also ideal for individuals pursuing alternate professions and qualifications.


Course Information

Course Duration: One Year

Course Title: 
International One Year Professional Diploma Programme in Film & Video Production

Course Code: IPFVP

Qualification Honored
International One Year Programme in Film & Video Production by CCL London

Who is the Course for?

The course is aimed at individuals interested in pursuing careers in Film and TV productions, film making, script writing, Story boarding, producing, directing, editing and DVD authoring.

Course Introduction

The FAD Academy Film and Video Course is an intense one-year programme in which the full range of film-making skills are taught at appropriate professional levels to students at any entry level.

Learning is based around short films, music promos, commercials and documentaries. Each term these video exercises become more technically sophisticated, more considered and more complex in their ambitions and at the same time taking in consideration every students' entry level and potential. The School specifies the skill base for each exercise, provides the equipment and trains the students up to the new levels in each of the various craft skills. Students take all the aesthetic decisions, solving problems similar to those faced by professional units, on a steeply increasing slope of difficulty. Their work is constantly assessed and criticised. Students themselves are required to reflect on and assess their own learning in Work and Research Notebooks.

Students' creative abilities are mobilised and developed by multiple approaches: They are taught to look at film history, and a great range of contemporary and classic work, in varying critical contexts, but most importantly as the outcome of practical strategies that they can use for framing, criticising and developing their own take on screen storytelling. We will be looking at contemporary and historical work by film, commercial, music promo and documentary directors, producers and writers.

 

Course Module Outline

Course Structure

The course structure starting from the beginning to end year is as follows:

  • 2 months of commercials
  • 2 months of short films
  • 2 months of music videos
  • 2 months of corporate films
  • 1 month presentation/exhibition

The eight weeks of every 2-month module are further divided in two-week segments that have specific goals. Last month will be for Show reel editing Final exhibition.

Term1

  • Production Overview
  • Camera operation and lenses
  • Image composition and sets
  • Lighting for Video
  • Audio for Film and Video
  • Video Editing
  • News and Documentaries
  • Legal and Ethical issues
  • Non-Broadcast Careers

Term2

  • Music Videos
  • Adverts
  • Short Films Documentaries / Corporate Promos
  • Vox Pops

Course Assessment

The course is assessed through assignments and projects on a continuous assessment basis through the year.

FAD Europe Tour

The tour gives students an exclusive opportunity to visits some of the world’s finest Art, Design & Media destinations. Students get an opportunity to shoot live projects during the tour in association with other departments at FAD.

Further, students get lectured at some of world’s leading media universities in Italy & UK and get opportunities to work on studio and outdoor shoots as well.

 


Career Progression

Academic Progression

Individuals can also continue onto higher education at FAD International or universities in UK & Italy onto the following courses based on their previous academic qualifications:

  • Media Studies
  • Advertising
  • Fashion Marketing & Communication
  • Fashion Promotion & Media

 

Career Progression

On successful completion of the course individuals can work as professional in film making, script writing, Story boarding, producing, directing and editing for:

  • Film and TV productions houses
  • Media Houses
  • Advertising Agencies
  • Freelance Videographer
  • Videographers with various specializations

 

Benefits of the Course

  • International Curriculum
  • British Certification
  • Europe Tour allows students to visit various design universities for guest lectures
  • Progression opportunities to multiple universities
  • Guest faculties from Industry
  • Strong professional focus
  • Option to specialize in various fields of film making
  • Pursue other parallel qualifications
  • Opportunities to freelance during the course
  • Work on live assignments
  • Assistance on setting up freelance business

 

Entry Requirements

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

  • A Levels /12th Pass Outs.
  • Students having passed 10th can be accepted through a personal interview.
  • This course is also ideal for individuals pursuing alternate professions and qualifications.