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University of Bradford (School of Informatics (Digital Cinema))




Bradford is a great place to live and study. Although it is one of the ten largest cities in Britain, it is small enough to be friendly, compact enough to be easily manageable, and yet large enough to have all the facilities of a thriving, modern city.

The University of Bradford received its Royal Charter in 1966 but its origins date back to the 1860s. Today the University has around 10,000 students

MA IN DIGITAL CINEMA - This innovative course will engage students in the production of digital cinema utilising the exciting convergence of film, video, photography, digital technologies and mobile communications.

Developments in digital film/videography technologies have exploded the possibilities for the distribution and exhibition of cinematic material: films on the internet, films in club spaces, new film clubs and even films on telecommunications networks. This course will encourage students to engage with these types of cultural activities in a positive and creative way. The MA Digital Cinema course is not a 'conventional' film course and is not about the production of 35mm feature films. Rather, it will fully prepare students for the 'brave new world' of film and video production in the digital age.

The main thrust of the programme is to encourage experimentation and innovation as this is what can make the difference between an average and excellent body of cinematic work and can thus help graduates to be more uniquely employable.

Throughout the course students will produce films of varying length in a diverse range of media to be exhibited in an equally broad range of settings. Our facilities range from low-budget formats to high end digital broadcast standard formats and the latest industry editing software. The Department of Electronic Imaging and Media Communications (EIMC) provides excellent facilities for production including the new Digital Arts Centre. The nearby National Museum of Photography, Film, and Television, with which the EIMC department enjoys very strong links, is also a valuable resource for facilities, expertise, exhibition and research.



School name:University of BradfordSchool of Informatics (Digital Cinema)
Address:Horton Building
Zip & city:BD7 1DP England
Phone:+44 (0) 12 7423 5963
Web:http://www.inf.brad.ac.uk/courses/pg/course.php?id=85&d=madc
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Bradford is a great place to live and study. Although it is one of the ten largest cities in Britain, it is small enough to be friendly, compact enough to be easily manageable, and yet large enough to have all the facilities of a thriving, modern city.

The University of Bradford received its Royal Charter in 1966 but its origins date back to the 1860s. Today the University has around 10,000 students

MA IN DIGITAL CINEMA - This innovative course will engage students in the production of digital cinema utilising the exciting convergence of film, video, photography, digital technologies and mobile communications.

Developments in digital film/videography technologies have exploded the possibilities for the distribution and exhibition of cinematic material: films on the internet, films in club spaces, new film clubs and even films on telecommunications networks. This course will encourage students to engage with these types of cultural activities in a positive and creative way. The MA Digital Cinema course is not a 'conventional' film course and is not about the production of 35mm feature films. Rather, it will fully prepare students for the 'brave new world' of film and video production in the digital age.

The main thrust of the programme is to encourage experimentation and innovation as this is what can make the difference between an average and excellent body of cinematic work and can thus help graduates to be more uniquely employable.

Throughout the course students will produce films of varying length in a diverse range of media to be exhibited in an equally broad range of settings. Our facilities range from low-budget formats to high end digital broadcast standard formats and the latest industry editing software. The Department of Electronic Imaging and Media Communications (EIMC) provides excellent facilities for production including the new Digital Arts Centre. The nearby National Museum of Photography, Film, and Television, with which the EIMC department enjoys very strong links, is also a valuable resource for facilities, expertise, exhibition and research. 



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