Develop authorship skills for editing drama and documentary, film trailers and promos
Develop technical skills in current editing technology
Work in a collaborative environment that follows industry practice
Develop critical thinking and intellectual skills to reflect, learn and grow as a successful practitioner
Graduate from the UK’s only Centre for Excellence in Media Practice
We provide a lab base room for your student group, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Recent graduates with an undergraduate degree (typically 2:1 or above). Applications are also welcome from experienced professionals working within the media industry. A portfolio of work and show reel and an interview will be required.
Graduates with an undergraduate degree (typically 2:1 or above) in any discipline who want to take their expertise and apply it within the media context
We particularly welcome applicants with an undergraduate degree in the area of media practice (e.g. television production, video production, interactive media production, scriptwriting, music design, journalism and advertising)
Applications are also welcome from experienced professionals working within the media industry
Approaches to Editing
This unit enables students to develop professional, industry standard skills in planning an edit, digitising, and editing pictures and sound under different conditions, including time restraints. Students will develop their own creative skills through work on individual projects, and also via working collaboratively with students on the MA Directing course.
This unit establishes a social, cultural and intellectual context for production work on the course. In combination with the other practical and professional provision provided, it offers a strong critical foundation for the effective realisation of production work. Seminars enable students to engage collectively with narrative theory in a critical and analytical forum.
Advanced Editing Techniques
This unit enables students to study documentary forms, and edit long-form projects, both individually and in collaboration with students on other programmes. Students also undertake a series of workshops to build up their technological competence in using common and contemporary editing platforms.
The media industry is constantly changing! This unit aims to ensure students graduate with a set of skills to enable them to prosper and succeed in the industry. Students study the current debates and trends in the industry in relation to cross-platform commissioning and production. Students will evaluate a range of theoretical and practical tools by applying them to brands that can be explored and exploited across different media platforms.
Developments in computer-led editing practices, and the resulting convergence of the editing, sound and music processes mean that well educated video editors will be able to find vocational success as a result of their experience on this programme. Market research supports this, and the continuing advice and feedback from post production facilities companies will inform the detailed development of the curriculum.
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