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Two Years


GCSE Grade 4 in English with an average points score of 3.2 or above.


This course is assessed by coursework.

About this course

This course is ideal for learners who enjoy a practical focus and would like to progress into a film or TV related career. The course includes analysing the narrative and language of a film of your choice and putting this in a production context by looking at the companies who make them. The student will learn how to photograph and digitally edit marketing and other print products using industry software such as Adobe Photoshop to create print media and make short films. This subject involves trips to subject related locations.


Steve Robson

Who is this aimed at?

This course is aimed at students who:

  • Are passionate about writing 

  • Would like to progress into a career in TV or Film Production 

  • Would like to progress to higher education to study a Film/TV based subject

  • Would like to learn about making a trailer or a short film 

  • If you are artistic and are interested in video and graphics

What will you learn?

Unit choices cover a range of media and film, including screenplay and script writing; and television and film production. The units can be tailored to your particular interests.

What skills will you develop?

  • Technical Analysis 

  • Analysis 

  • Literacy &

  • Effort 

  • Systems 

  • Creativity 

  • Industry conventions 

  • Photoshop 

  • Photography 

  • Research 

  • Resilience 

  • Practice 

  • Vision 

  • Practical brief management 

  • Brief Development 

  • Confidence 

  • Collaboration 

  • Problem solving 

Professional development

  • Screenwriter TV/Film Producer

  • Games Designer 

  • Media Researcher 

  • Promotions Manager 

  • Media Analyst 

  • ESports Professional 

  • Web Designer 

  • Social Media Content Producer 

  • Marketing 

  • Press

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