CUA51015 Diploma of Screen and Media is a one year practical, hands-on introductory course, where students experience the multiple disciplines of filmmaking and screen production.
This full time course, comprising 3 trimesters of 13 weeks each, enables students to work across a slate of scripted narrative and documentary film productions. In this real-world production environment, students learn screen storytelling techniques, production craft, and technical skills, under training by passionate industry-qualified tutors. Students are provided access to and trained in the use of camera, lighting, grip, sound and editing equipment, and gain a wide range of experience in all major crew roles across a range of projects.
Throughout their training, students train and gain in experience in multiple film production disciplines including:
- Directing for Screen
- Production Management
- Cinematography and Lighting
- Sound Recording and Sound Editing
- Editing and Post-Production
- Screen Studies
- Screen Industry and Career Planning
|Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu||09:00 AM — 04:00 PM|
|No. of Days:||4|
|No. of Participants:||30|
Hollywood based Variety Magazine has awarded Sydney Film School its top film schools for 2020 accolade. Chosen from film training institutions across the globe and the only Australian film school to be awarded.
Sydney Film School is located at Waterloo Studios. Waterloo Studios house state of the art facilities and equipment including a sound stage, cinema, movement studio, training rooms, production offices, postproduction mastering suite, editing suites and animation pods.
We have significant partnerships with international film & acting industry heavyweights. In fact, we work with some of the best production companies in the industry who use our facilities for film & TV shoots. Our students are offered opportunities to be part of these productions wherever possible. ...