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BA/BSc (Hons) Digital Film Production

Overview

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In global partnership with Middlesex University, London, SAE Institute offers courses to prepare students for BA/BSc Honours Degrees in selected countries.

 

Today’s film industry is looking for all-arounder – people who can take different roles in the modern and complex film production: storytelling, directing, editing, camera, lighting, production, organization. Get prepared for a ​real film career.

SAE’s learning program validated by Middlesex University, London, is a worldwide recognized program. Students' portfolio covers short videos, advertising, music videos, feature production and documentaries in only two-years fast-track programme, that corresponds to a full three-year Bachelor syllabus. It is based mainly on applied production techniques, but also scopes all parts of the production process. The students are encouraged to develop skills, creative thinking and problem solving approach, as well as their organisational and managerial potential. 

Once a year SAE Belgrade hosts a premiere film event that gives our recent graduates a chance to present their work to a wide audience, only a few months after graduation.

HOW YOU'LL LEARN

With an emphasis on hands-on training, you will have access to high specification digital cameras and film production equipment. Across multiple platforms, you’ll learn the processes and techniques that bring your projects to life cemented with strong theoretical foundations.

As well as technical skills, you’ll learn techniques to emotionally engage your audience and draw them into your work. You’ll also gain experience working both independently and collaboratively on factual and fictional productions, enabling you to graduate with a highly transferrable skill set.

All of your progress is carefully guided and expanded by individual tutorial support, ensuring that you create work that can be showcased in your all-important portfolio.
 

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Careers

YOUR FUTURE IN FILM

The film industry is thriving and is built on the human desire to experience stories. From fantasy to documentaries, there are many stories to be told and the industry is on a constant search for talented individuals with their own style and voice to tell them. Many of our graduates work on short films and adverts before moving into feature production.

Graduates from this course have many career options and have gone on to diverse employment destinations which include: 

  • Director
  • Camera Operator
  • Producer
  • Steadicam Operator
  • Script Writer
  • Filmmaker
  • Colourist
  • Production Designer
  • Documentary Filmmaker
  • Cinematographer

Units

BA/BSc (Hons) Digital Film Production
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Trimester 1 (1st Year)
Filmmaking Fundamentals 1
13 weeks
Academic and Professional Practice
13 weeks
Trimester 2
The Art of Storytelling
13 weeks
Filmmaking Fundamentals 2
13 weeks
Trimester 3
Non-fictional Filmmaking
13 weeks
ELECTIVE: Short Promotional Film
13 weeks
ELECTIVE: Short Film Production
13 weeks
Trimester 4 (2nd Year)
Producing and Distribution Methods
13 weeks
Marketing Business Planning and Law
13 weeks
Trimester 5
Research Practice and Society
13 weeks
ELECTIVE: Advanced Cinematography Techniques
13 weeks
ELECTIVE: Writing for The Screen
Trimester 6
Major Project (BA or BSc)
13 weeks
  • Common Module
  • Elective
Trimester 1
Filmmaking Fundamentals 1
Academic and Professional Practice
Trimester 2
The Art of Storytelling
Filmmaking Fundamentals 2
Trimester 3
Non-fictional Filmmaking
ELECTIVE: Short Promotional Film
ELECTIVE: Short Film Production
Trimester 4
Producing and Distribution Methods
Marketing Business Planning and Law
Trimester 5
Research Practice and Society
ELECTIVE: Advanced Cinematography Techniques
ELECTIVE: Writing for The Screen
Trimester 6
Major Project (BA or BSc)
  • Common Module
  • Elective

Key facts

  • DURATION(S):

    2 years, 6 trimesters

  • INTAKES:

    May 2018

    Sep 2018

  • NEXT INTAKE:

    Enrol By: 30 Apr 2018

    Start Date: 06 May 2018

    End Date: 06 May 2020

  • COURSE TYPE:

    Bachelor

Entry requirements

Students whose first language is not English will need a qualification that demonstrates competence in English.

Approved English Language Tests include:

Preferred I

  • IELTS: 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 within each component)
  • TOEFL: iBT: 80 (with no less than 17 within each component)

Acceptable

  • Cambridge Proficiency Test: no less than C
  • Cambridge Advanced Test: no less than B!
  • Cambridge ESOL: CPE Grade C CAE Grade B

Fees and Payments

All tuition fees available upon request: belgrade@sae.edu.

Class schedule

Lectures: 3 lectures per day, Monday to Friday

Studio booking available Monday to Saturday 9am to 9 pm.