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2 2 OPEN DAY Course overview and Q&A, with Head of Film & Television Kingsley Marshall & Course Coordinator for Television Sarah Arnold (Interviews with Kingsley or Sarah) Campus tours, with current students, and TV Studio introduction with Ornella Talk to Student Ambassadors for the inside story Make the most of today, try not to leave with unanswered questions 2

3 3 SCHOOL OF FILM & TELEVISION 3

4 4 OUR EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY 4 BA FILM YEAR 1YEAR 2YEAR 3 TEACHINGCOACHINGSUPPORTING Theory 70% / 30% Practice Theory 60% / 40% Practice Theory 50% / 50% Practice BA FILMBA TELEVISION Theory 60% / 40% Practice Theory 40% / 60% Practice BA TELEVISION YEAR 1YEAR 2YEAR 3 TEACHINGCOACHINGSUPPORTING Theory 30% / 70% Practice Theory 40% / 60% Practice Theory 50% / 50% Practice

5 5 HOW AM I TAUGHT? 5 Lecture & Screening (whole cohort) Seminars, Workshop, Masterclasses (groups, 6-20) Tutorials (1 to 1 & small groups 2-6) Practical work (small crews, 4-6) Visiting Speaker Programme (Fortnightly) International Exchange (School of Film & Television have relationships with institutions in over 50 countries, including Australia, US, Canada) Erasmus Exchange (Mainland Europe) Trips – to production facilities and festivals (optional)

6 6 SPECIALIST STAFF 6 Course teams teach modules they have written, matching their academic specialisms and scholarly and practice research Supporting lecturers are working producers, editors, cinematographers, VFX/Post, screenwriters (features, shorts and TV), composers, sound designers and directors of factual, experimental and narrative short films and features We use industry mentors and run masterclases from local, national & international companies Falmouth have an in-house production facility, delivering professional productions

7 77 AWARD MAP TELEVISION Stage 1 (Level 4) Semester 1Semester 2 Theory: Television Histories, Industries & Innovations Core (20 credits) Theory: Television Content: Reading the Screen Core (20 credits) Practice: Introduction to Television Practice Core (20 credits) Practice: Producing Formats Core (20 credits) Practice: Researching for Television Core (20 credits) Practice: Screenwriting for Television Core (20 credits) Stage 2 (Level 5) Practice or Theory: Television Drama Core (20 credits) Practice or Theory: Television Realities Core (20 credits) Theory: Television’s New Platforms & Audiences Core (20 credits) Practice or Theory: TV Sales, Distribution & Marketing Core (20 credits) Practice: Directing TV Drama Option (20 credits) Practice: Scripted Comedy & Drama Option (20 credits) Practice: Concept Development Option (20 credits) Practice or Theory: Sports Television Option (20 credits) Stage 3 (Level 6) Theory: Research Practice Core (20 credits) Practice: Professional Practice Core (20 credits) Theory: Literature Review Core (20 credits) Practice: Conceptual Development Core (20 credits) Practice: Professional Development Core (20 credits) Theory: Dissertation Core (20 credits)

8 88 AWARD MAP FILM Stage 1 (Level 4) Semester 1Semester 2 Practice: Professional Practice One: Screenwriting & Production Core (20 credits) Practice: Professional Practice Two: Journalism& Production Core (20 credits) Theory: Film History & The Canon Core (20 credits) Theory: Post-War World Cinema Core (20 credits) Theory: Criticism, Analysis and Theory Core (20 credits) Theory/Practice: History of the Moving Image Core (20 credits) Stage 2 (Level 5) Theory/Practice: Film & Philosophy Core (20 credits) Theory/Practice: Research and Method Core (20 credits) Theory: American Cinema Option (20 credits) Theory: British Cinema Option (20 credits) Theory: Transnational Cinema Option (20 credits) Theory: Film & The Environment Option (20 credits) Theory: Representing Gender & Sexuality Option (20 credits) Theory: Cult Film Option (20 credits) Practice: Narrative Screenwriting Shorts Option (20 credits) Practice: Sound Design Option (20 credits) Practice: Documentary Option (20 credits) Practice: Production Option (20 credits) Practice: Cinematograph y Option (20 credits) Practice: Narrative Screenwriting Features Option (20 credits) Practice: Writing About Film Option (20 credits) Practice: Script to Screen Option (20 credits) Practice: Experimental & Avante- Garde Cinema Option (20 credits) Practice: Editing & Post Production Option (20 credits) Stage 3 (Level 6) Theory: Research Practice Core (20 credits Practice: Professional Practice Core (20 credits) Theory: Conceptual Development Core (20 credits) Practice: Conceptual Development Core (20 credits) Practice: Professional Development Core (20 credits) Theory: Dissertation Core (20 credits)

9 9 STUDY TRIPS 9

10 10 STUDY TRIPS 10

11 11 VISITING SPEAKERS 11

12 SCHOOL OF FILM & TELEVISION GUEST SPEAKER SERIES 2013/2014

13 SCHOOL OF FILM & TELEVISION GUEST SPEAKER SERIES 2013/2014

14 14 PIXELATE FILM FESTIVAL

15 15 INTERNSHIP RELATIONSHIPS 15

16 SCHOOL OF FILM & TELEVISION HOST OF ADOBE & ENVY CAMPUS TOURS

17 17 SCHOOL OF FILM & TELEVISION 14 x 8m TV studio with three studio cameras, full gallery facility, Chromatte grey screen, blue/green screen and full lighting rig Centroid 3D (Pinewood Networked) Motion Capture Studio/Research Lab 117-seat cinema, with Christie M Series HD projection (as used in Vue cinemas) and 7.2 surround sound, screening from BluRay Equipment store with RED Scarlet (4K, RAW), range of Blackmagic (inc. 2.5K) & Panasonic, JVC, GoPro and Canon C100 & DSLR (5D Mk II & III) Cameras, jibs, tracks & dollies 35 seat SoFT Production Suite equipped with Apple Mac - Final Draft (screenwriting), Movie Magic (Production Management & Budgeting), & visual and sound editing software, including Pro Tools, Final Cut Pro & X, AVID & Adobe Creative Suite 6 x Avid Unity MediaNetwork Edit Labs, Labs with edit/sound, grading suite, networked presentation studio Recording studios equipped with Pro Tools audio editing & foley traps 24,000-title DVD, BluRay & TV library + online streaming services 17

18 18 NATIONAL STUDENT SURVEY 2013 Specific return for BA Film, 2013 Overall Satisfaction – 92% (92% 2012, 81% ) Staff have made the subject interesting – 92% Staff are enthusiastic about what they are teaching – 94% I have received detailed feedback on my work – 91% Teaching on my Course – 93% Academic Support – 87% Learning Resources – 92% 18

19 19 THIS YEAR’S PRACTICE 19 Over a dozen 10 minute dramas Over a dozen 10 minute documentaries Over a dozen experimental films Skills portfolios in editing, cinematography, sound design, production design, VFX/grading – anything done at L1/L2 can be extended into a skills ‘folio 14 feature length screenplays 12 journalism portfolios – interviews include multiple: Academy Award winners, costume designers, composers, sound designers, producers, editors

20 20 WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR? Lots of ideas, and how you develop them Individualism Vision for your scholarship and practice Open-mindedness to areas of study Professional approach to the discipline Cultural and critical awareness 20

21 21 APPLYING TO FALMOUTH Be detailed in your personal statement, add links to your work, tell us what you have done outside of your studies We are interested in you We conduct face to face interviews with all promising applicants, come & look at the campus, meet other members of the team We begin interviews in October Kingsey & Sarah make ALL final decisions 21

22 22 THE INTERVIEW Why have you chosen to study this subject? What aspect of Film or TV at Falmouth really engages you? What are you looking forward to studying on the course? What other opportunities interest you? What have been reading/watching/attending? What else have you been doing to prepare for university study? 22

23 23 HOW CAN I PREPARE? 23

24 24 THE WORK 24 Trailers - All our films - Film magazine-

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