The Master of Producing is a practice-based graduate coursework degree that focuses on the creative and business aspects of being a successful producer in the film, television and allied industries.
Producers are the managers of film and television projects. This includes the creative aspects of script development and analysis, and the development of your own work as well as the business aspect of the industry including; organising film schedules, budgets, distribution, and management of film shoots and raising funding from private and public sources.
Producers at the VCA work on undergraduate and graduate films in animation, narrative and documentary developing practical skills and building networks with other students – building a network that will assist you throughout your career.
Listed below are the specific entry requirements.
An undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification, with a GPA of 65% over the last two years of study; or
At least five years of documented relevant work experience related to film and television, with evidence of artistic ability and achievement or practice comparable to that expected of undergraduate degree holders in relevant disciplines; and
A folio of past work.
Extend your creative abilities and business skills
Develop a sound understanding of the structure of the Australian film, television and allied industries
Demonstrate the capacity to produce a substantial short creative project working with a final year project of a VCA student.
Producing and the Creative Process
Screenwriting and Creative Development
Business of Producing 1
Business of Producing 2
Producing and the Industry
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