Film Making (Creative Media Production)

Creative Media Production is aimed at students wishing to go into the film or television industry. This course provides exciting opportunities with hands-on experience of moving image production through to practical projects. You will work with cutting edge; up-to-date facilities and industry-trained staff will support you while working on real world projects with live clients.

What will I do?

You will study a range of topics including:

  • Editing Techniques
  • Filming (Camera) Techniques
  • 2D Animation
  • Compositing & VFX
  • Interview Techniques
  • Music Video Production
  • Writing for Television and Film
  • Advertising

What can I do next?

The course operates an in-house production studio taking on projects from external clients. This gives you real work experience in the media industry, ensuring you develop strong skills and an excellent showreel ready for University or employment. Popular Universities include Bournemouth, Ravensbourne, Westminster and Greenwich.

Is it for me?

If you are creative, organised, ambitious and would like to realise your dreams of building a career in a creative industry then the Creative Media Production course is for you.

Level 2 or Level 3?

  • Level 2: Four GCSEs at grades C – E. Alternatively relevant evidence of work experience will be taken into account. Applicants must have an active interest in Creative Media Production and will be asked to complete a project prior to starting the course. Completion of this project is part of the entry requirements.
  • Level 3: The requirement is five GCSEs at Grade A, B, C: or a media related Level 2 diploma, graded merit or above and 90% attendance. Alternatively relevant evidence of work experience will be taken into account. Applicants must have an active interest in Video Production.

Industry stats

The Media industry is one of the fastest growing areas with global job opportunities available. The UK film industry has earned global recognition. The value of feature film production spend in the UK reached a record high of £1.5 billion in 2014.

Typical careers

Like most roles in the creative industries, most jobs are on a freelance basis with a wide range of potential earnings.

  • Camera Operator – daily rate starting at £254 – £319
  • Television Floor manager – daily rates range from £150 – £400
  • Lighting Technician Editor – approx. £240 per day

Staff profile

“Seriously, I could not think of a better industry to be part of. No one-day is the same, you get the opportunity to be creative and produce something that can inspire, evoke emotion and make a real difference.” – Ben Pryke, Course Director, Media Production

Linzi Stivey

Course Director

I studied at Chelsea School of Art and spend 10 years designing in London before moving into teaching at London College of Printing and Westminster University. In 2004 I started working with film, predominantly music videos, and alongside teaching media in Conservatoire EAST, I have work with young adults supporting progression into either education or employment through film therapy.

Ben Pryke

Course Director

To be creative is in my DNA. Originally from a Graphic Design background, my enthusiasm for moving image started during my degree in the 90’s. I have never looked back. This career has taken me around the world, working with impressive and interesting people. I’m fortunate enough to live my creative experience through talented individuals who embark on the Creative Media Production course. No day is the same…


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