Goals – Overall, I would love to enter the profession of cinematography, learn different styles of camera work and learn complex techniques/settings of professional-grade cameras. I also have an interest in directing, which I’d love to improve on, working my way up the industry.
Film and Screen Arts – Plymouth has lots of amazing equipment including underwater cameras and film cameras. The campus is also in an amazing area with a lot around.
Film – The first year of the course is mostly focused on culture studies, the campus has incredible equipment and facilities also including the location.
Film – This course includes critical aspects and lots of different areas of film, including use of 16mm film and looking into a range of genres. Screenings of student films are done a lot which would help to network and get my work out there.
Film Production – Lots of interesting modules are taught, one of which is “thinking through film” with lots of practical projects.
Film Production – The first year is a lot of practical work and preparation with a range of skills while second year gives a sense of real events and documentary work.
Hereford College of Arts
Film Making – A lot of practical work is done on this course also giving a lot of experience on all aspects.
Film Production and Cinematography – Focuses a little on camera work but also touch on directing and producing both small and large projects.
Top 3 Universities for me – Plymouth, Falmouth, Farnham
Plymouth and Falmouth are both places I’d love to study as their specifications seem to include a lot of areas I want to learn about and are mainly practical. Farnham is extremely practical and allow you to focus on a specific job role in the second year which is useful for me as I have wanted to study somewhere more inline with cinematography.