English Plus Film Making (Summer)
Learn English Plus Film Making and learn about pre-production planning, creating storyboards, and shooting and editing your own film.
Hours per week
- 15 hours of General English at the Language Centre
- 15 hours of Film Making at London College of Communication.
Why choose this programme?
Learn English Plus Film Making on this 2-week summer course. While you are learning English, you will also learn introductory film making theory and practice, including pre-production planning, making shot lists, creating storyboards, and how to do location shoots.
The course will include:
- Current trends and equipment used in film making
- Lighting and audio recording techniques
- Pre-production and planning
- On-site and location filming
- Video editing and delivery
- Filming using your camera, mobile phone or other digital device
What is included?
- 15 hours of General English classes per week, Monday to Friday and 15 hours of Film Making classes per week for two weeks
- Gallery or exhibition visit
- Some materials for the Film Making part of the course
- Tutorials and reviews
- Free Wi-Fi access across all UAL sites
- Independent study facilities
- Certificate of attendance from the Language Centre and London College of Communication
How many students in a class?
For English language classes, the average number of students in a class is 12 students and the maximum is 15.
For Film Making, the average number is 14 students, and the maximum is 16.
What is the minimum age?
Do I need to have experience in the subject I want to study?
No, this course is designed as an introduction to film making.
Level of English required?
Pre-intermediate or above.
Not sure? Check your language level.
Dates and fees
29 July 2019
Please contact us by emailing: email@example.com.
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