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SAE Institute (Glasgow) (Digital Film courses)




SAE Institute is the largest worldwide private college for Audio Engineering, Creative Media and Digital Film training. SAE provides practical training courses, as well as academic degree programmes.

Digital Filmmaking has revolutionised the filmmaking industry. From low budget production to the very high end of the filmmaking industry digital technology is increasing its presence and replacing traditional celluloid or analogue video on a daily basis.

The quality and availability of digital cameras combined with the flexibility and power of today's computers gives everyone the means to produce their own movie as well as providing the industry with fast, reliable production and post-production tools.

On SAE's Filmmaking programmes students learn the whole filmmaking process in a fully digital and highly practical environment.

Ranging from scripting and storyboarding, through all aspects of shooting, framing, lighting, to editing, compositing, visual effects and final delivery/broadcasting.
The Filmmaking courses follow the SAE concept of combining technical skills with creativity and provide training for an industry with future. The UK plays a vital role in film and TV production. Major international productions are shot and post-produced in the UK. To give an idea of the activity



School name:SAE Institute (Glasgow)Digital Film courses
Address:85-87 Portman Street, Kinning Park
Zip & city:G41 1EJ Scotland
Phone:+44 (0) 14 1429 1551
Web:http://www.saeuk.com/glasgow/
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SAE Institute is the largest worldwide private college for Audio Engineering, Creative Media and Digital Film training. SAE provides practical training courses, as well as academic degree programmes.

Digital Filmmaking has revolutionised the filmmaking industry. From low budget production to the very high end of the filmmaking industry digital technology is increasing its presence and replacing traditional celluloid or analogue video on a daily basis.

The quality and availability of digital cameras combined with the flexibility and power of today's computers gives everyone the means to produce their own movie as well as providing the industry with fast, reliable production and post-production tools.

On SAE's Filmmaking programmes students learn the whole filmmaking process in a fully digital and highly practical environment.

Ranging from scripting and storyboarding, through all aspects of shooting, framing, lighting, to editing, compositing, visual effects and final delivery/broadcasting.
The Filmmaking courses follow the SAE concept of combining technical skills with creativity and provide training for an industry with future. The UK plays a vital role in film and TV production. Major international productions are shot and post-produced in the UK. To give an idea of the activity



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