Film Making courses

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provide hands on knowledge about every aspect of films- such as directing, editing, working with camera, lighting and researching. However, a degree in film is not a pass to enter the film industry instead you have to enhance your experience and work hard to get a suitable offer. For more about Film making courses you can visit http://centralfilmschool.com/

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Film Making courses

  1. 1. Lights, Camera , ActionPursuing a Film Career?
  2. 2. Undergraduate or Post-graduate degree in‘Film Production’ will let you proceed with thecareer of your choice.A course in ‘Film Production’ will teach you- How to Make Films?
  3. 3. What You Will Learn on a Film Course? Pulling together your ideasto create films of any genreand lengthUtilising equipment toproduce filmsUsing cameras on-locationGaining experience ofvarious roles in film making (direction, set designing, etc.)
  4. 4. Theories Can Only Teach You• History of television• Popular culture• Audience theory
  5. 5. Theory is not enough It is vital to have hands onknowledge about the technical and practical side of film production.It is important to gain experience ofthe technical aspects of filmmaking to produce a great film.
  6. 6. Overview of Film Courses In the first year of the course you will experience: • Directing • Editing • Lighting • Researching • Producing • Working of cameraIn later years, you may specialise in a particular area to further develop your skills
  7. 7. Gate Pass to Film IndustryA degree in ‘Film production’ is not an automatic pass into the world of movies.Work-experience is necessary to begin a career in films.You may have to work as a freelancer or on short contracts as you build yourcareer.

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