Key facts

  • Start date: September
  • Duration: 3 years
  • Location: Melton
  • Fees: £7500 per year

Your future

Students can progress onto a Postgraduate Degree, enter employment, or work within the freelance industry.

Entry requirements

  • Year 1: 88 UCAS points. Level 3 Extended Diploma in a relevant topic or 3 A levels (1 x Media studies preferred).
  • Year 2: 120 Credits at Level 4 in relevant subject. A bridging assignment may also be required.

Course Informatoion

The course has produced award winning practitioners within the Digital Film Production sector. Students benefit from a range of excellent facilities at BMC, including state-of-the art digital camera systems, a 20ft Green Screen, and industry-standard editing software and Mac products.

Students will also hone their team-working skills to allow them to respond effectively to the needs of this dynamic industry, with opportunities to collaborate with industry clients and Performing Arts students. Students are also able to put their skills to the test by working on live briefs and entering competitions.

Click here to find out what you’ll be getting up to as a Film and TV Production student at BMC.

Click here to hear what our staff and students have to say about Film and TV Production degrees at BMC.


Year 1 Modules

  • Lighting and Cinematography for Digital Film Production
  • Screenwriting for Digital Film Production
  • Post Production Sound for Digital Film
  • Factual Project
  • Cinema Aesthetics
  • Editing Techniques for Digital Film Production

Year 2 Modules

  • Directing for Digital Film Production
  • VFX for Digital Film Production 1
  • Fiction Project
  • Independent Project 1
  • Production Management for Digital Film Production
  • Factual Project 2
  • Research Techniques

Year 3 Modules

  • Research Project
  • Professional Industry Project
  • Independent Project 2
  • Freelance Business and Practice
  • The Sound of Cinema
  • VFX for Digital Film Production 2

Teaching is linked directly with professional practice. Guest practitioners and work experience opportunities help students to learn about their roles and the environments in which digital media practitioners work so they can become effective in the workplace.

Students are assessed through vocational, theoretical and practical competence tests. Formative assessment is also conducted throughout each module to ascertain the progress each student is making.

Enrichment and Employability

You will be given the chance to enter national film making competitions and  attend national and international trips. In the past, Digital Film Production students have been to London, Berlin, New York, Encounters Film Festival and LA.

Visit Us

Our Undergraduate Open Events give you the opportunity to meet our industry-expert lecturers and tour our state-of-the-art facilities.

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