The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Film Production produces graduates who have skills that are aligned with contemporary best practice in filmmaking and production and who have the theoretical, educational, and technical understanding of film creation and production.
The programme is delivered in six semesters over three years. Students will complete five three-credit courses per semester, with a mandatory Practical Application in Film Production (FILM3901) course with components starting in the summer breaks between years one and two and years two and three.
The programme has been structured to provide a continuity of application with courses building on one another and assignments across courses building on the skills and insights acquired from courses in the programme.
The programme is offered as a special (that is a minimum of 54 credits); this is in light of the fact that the programme is a BFA and is designed to facilitate more intense study and production in the area of Film.
Full-time students are required to register for a maximum of 5 courses each semester.
Part-time students are required to register for a maximum of 3 courses each semester.