Areas covered in this programme includes:
- Research which explores and evaluates the critical components of successful filmmaking from both international and Aotearoa New Zealand based perspectives.
- Exploring the art of scriptwriting and screen adaptation for applied storytelling; to produce individual projects.
- Applying knowledge within technical processes, craft skills, leadership, and management in pre and post-production planning of screen productions.
- Experience of the practical planning implications of filmmaking.
- The opportunity to lead, initiate, create, and contribute to screen productions; ākonga work on a minimum of two projects including documentary making and festival ready short films.
- The expansion of learning editorial skills within own projects, and the work of others. Achieve an industry level of skill base in the editorial suite.
- Ways to secure film funding, and the practical and legal requirements needed in order to operate as a contractor within the film industry.
New Zealand Diploma in Screen Production (Level 5) or equivalent industry experience.
It is recommended that candidates hold a Restricted or Full New Zealand Drivers Licence.
International: IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5), or equivalent.
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