CERTIFICATE IN

Documentary Filmmaking

Taught through lectures, tutorials and practice-based workshops, the One Month Documentary course will encourage you to reflect critically, develop your personal voice, and broaden your skillset.

Programme Overview

  • Learn various documentary approaches
  • Write and direct your own short film
  • Work professionally on a location documentary shoot
  • Meet high-profile working industry professionals who tutor the course
  • Relate and apply ethical issues to your projects including the completion of Ethics & Diversity legal paperwork and Risk Assessments
  • Produce professional standard work covering scripting, technical, editorial

Programme Facts

DURATION:
4 weeks

START DATES:
6th July and 10th August 2020

AGE:
18+

MINIMUM ENGLISH LEVEL:
Upper-Intermediate

FEES:
£2,195
+ £100 REGISTRATION FEE

Student Story

Angela

The tutors are like my colleagues, they help me to understand the industry. In our course we will produce short films and I will be a production designer. I can't wait to throw myself on set.

Angela Tsigara,

BA Screenwriting

Entry Requirements

No experience or qualifications required.

The Certificate in Practical Filmmaking course is for students aged 18+. This intensive four-week course requires passion and dedication. It is a chance to experience real filmmaking with industry leading tutors and facilities, and we welcome applications for this course from anybody ready to work hard and begin their adventure in cinema.

Fees

  • Tuition fees cover
    Actors costs, shooting kit and Production budgets for module exercises.
  • Additional costs:
    You will also need a Production hard drive for your work and travel expenses.
Tuition Fee

£2,195

+ £100 REGISTRATION FEe

Are you ready to Tell Your Story?

Our Tutors

Fiona lloyd-Davies

"Through my films and images, I try to give a voice to those who frequently go unheard who show us the power of resilience and the human spirit at its best,having endured the worst. “

Fiona has been making documentary films, writing and taking pictures about human rights issues in areas of conflict since 1992, and has worked all over the world from Bosnia, Iraq, Pakistan, to the Democratic Republic of Congo. She’s won a number of awards including two Royal Television Society Awards and has worked for the BBC, Channel 4, ITN, and Al Jazeera throughout her career.

Fiona Lloyd-Davis,

DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING TUTOR