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In light of the current COVID-19 situation around the world and the closure of the London campus, we have made some temporary changes to our short course offering. The next set of our Six-Month Full-Time courses are due to begin on Monday 20th April. Since we are unable to start these courses currently on campus, we have made the decision to postpone the start dates for four of these courses, and offer them in a new condensed format of 14-weeks, starting 29 June 2020 and finish on Fri 9 Oct 2020 (as originally scheduled in the Six-Month timetable).

There will be weekly one-hour online pre-induction sessions from 20 April, covering Introduction & Overview, My Favourite Film, The Industry, Pitching Ideas, Ideas Factory, Sound Design, Music in Film, Docudrama, Filmmakers in Lockdown as well as several individual course exercises set from 18 May, concluding with Screening, Review and Q&A session on 22 June – the week prior to students hopefully joining the course on campus.

New applicants can join these sessions when they sign up to the course. The course structure and learning outcomes as well as the price, have been adjusted accordingly to reflect this new timeline and structure.


This course is designed to improve your knowledge, skills and understanding in the following areas:

  • Storytelling through film
  • Interpreting a Script
  • Using a Camera to tell a story and shooting with the edit in mind
  • Editing using Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Production management and crew roles, and directing using professional on-set procedures
  • Recording production sound and sound editing, and working with Actors


This course is designed to improve your knowledge, skills and understanding in the following areas:

  • The broad areas of work available for an actor
  • The core techniques in demand within the fast-evolving media industry
  • Industry practice through hands-on exercises

Students can expect to explore the world of acting for film through practical workshops, lectures, crew role exercises and small productions.

Key areas of study include Core Acting Skills, Storytelling in Acting, Acting for Film, Movement, Voice, and Audition Technique.


London, UK
Alternative Courses/Degrees

Published on 2 Jul 2020