The MA Film Production course is for talented and emerging filmmakers seeking to learn through making, to look beyond the short film, to define themselves as artists within film production and to gain that vital experience demanded by the industry.
“It doesn’t have anything to do with the budget of the film. It has to do with the scope and scale of ambition, and the skill that people brought to it to realize that ambition.” James Schamus – Producer.
On the course there will be opportunities to collaborate, to research and to develop projects together with other filmmakers that can extend beyond the course and into the industry. You will be taught on specific discipline-focused and dedicated pathways, enhancing your skills and knowledge in that pathway together with its relationship to the key aspects of the work of film production.
Named awards are available in the following pathways:
- MA Film Production (Producing)
- MA Film Production (Directing)
- MA Film Production (Production Design)
- MA Film Production (Cinematography)
- MA Film Production (Editing)
- MA Film Production (Sound Design)
- MA Film Production (Documentary)
- MA Film Production (Screenwriting)
Producers, Directors and Documentary makers taking their films through all the stages from the first idea to delivery to an audience.
The disciplines of Production Design, Cinematography, Editing and Sound Design are engaged in the pre-production, production and post-production of several films.
Screenwriting students work closely with the directors and producers from the initial idea and on through the development process.
You can take a look at the term dates for the MA Film Production course here.
What students are doing
Studios and Resources
As a film student at the AUB you will have access to state-of-the-art, industry-standard equipment and well equipped studios.
Staff on the course
The MA Film Production Course teaching staff mirrors the range of specialisms found within a professional film production team.
Course staff engage in on-going professional work and have an impressive depth of industry experience, together with a passionate commitment to education in film, to bringing on emerging artists; for creating a learning environment and an ethos that enables students to learn film production and to achieve career progression and for learning on the job.
You can find out more about the experience and research interests of our teaching staff by exploring their profiles below.
BSc (Hons) Society and Technology , Diploma in Youth Work
David is a Principal Lecturer and Course Leader in MA Film Production situated in the Faculty of Media & Performance at Arts University Bournemouth.From 2006 he was Principal Lecturer and Course Leader BA (Hons) Film Production which now has approximately 300 students across four years of study and in seven departments – Directing, Producing, Editing, Sound, Cinematography, Production Design and Documentary. MA Film Production started in 2013 and is a developing course with Pathways...Full profile