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The City University (Cultural Industries (Digital Film Making))




The City University, London was founded in 1894 as the Northampton Institute and awarded full university status in 1966

We are based in the heart of London, close to the City of London, where we contribute significantly to the capital's academic, cultural and business life.

The courses of Cultural Industries are designed to help you develop the skills and knowledge you need to start or progress a career in music, film, television, live events or the visual arts. Delivered by experienced professionals, our programmes are well-respected in the industry, and our flexible formats include ten-week evening classes, weekend classes and distance learning provision to fit around your life.

Introductory courses give a comprehensive overview of each sector, while courses at levels 2 and 3 take a more detailed look at specific aspects of the industry. All level 2 & 3 courses can be taken as modules on the Certificate in Cultural Industries

Digital Film Making provides an opportunity to make a short film, shot and edited digitally. It is run by experienced filmmakers working in the industry. Students are introduced to rapidly developing digital formats, and the course takes them through the pre-production, production and post-production processes. Through the practical application of the shoot, students are introduced to digital cameras and editing facilities.



School name:The City UniversityCultural Industries (Digital Film Making)
Address:Northampton Square
Zip & city:EC1V 0HB England
Phone:+44 (0) 20 7040 5060
Web:http://www.city.ac.uk/ell/cfa/cultind/index.html
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The City University, London was founded in 1894 as the Northampton Institute and awarded full university status in 1966

We are based in the heart of London, close to the City of London, where we contribute significantly to the capital's academic, cultural and business life.

The courses of Cultural Industries are designed to help you develop the skills and knowledge you need to start or progress a career in music, film, television, live events or the visual arts. Delivered by experienced professionals, our programmes are well-respected in the industry, and our flexible formats include ten-week evening classes, weekend classes and distance learning provision to fit around your life.

Introductory courses give a comprehensive overview of each sector, while courses at levels 2 and 3 take a more detailed look at specific aspects of the industry. All level 2 & 3 courses can be taken as modules on the Certificate in Cultural Industries

Digital Film Making provides an opportunity to make a short film, shot and edited digitally. It is run by experienced filmmakers working in the industry. Students are introduced to rapidly developing digital formats, and the course takes them through the pre-production, production and post-production processes. Through the practical application of the shoot, students are introduced to digital cameras and editing facilities.



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