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7 Film production courses in Brighton & Hove

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Introduction to City College Brighton And Hove

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city college brighton and hove profile who offer Film Production Training courses  in Brighton & Hove
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Great beginners course

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In this course you will be introduced to digital video cameras and editing software and have the opportunity to gain experience of using them. Through realistic, industry related projects you will learn...more

Duration: 36 Weeks

Intermediate

Full time

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Introduction to Brighton Film School

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brighton film school profile who offer Film Production Training courses In Brighton & Hove

Step into the film industry and study your degree or professional diploma at one of the top film schools in the UK - Brighton Film School.

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Taught in an engaging, fun and creative manner by acclaimed actor and Director Julian Kerridge, is our flagship short course in Filmmaking. This is the perfect introduction to those who might not have...more

Duration: 10 weeks

Beginner

Part time evening

No Qualification

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Brighton Film Workshops.
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ONE DAY DOCUMENTARY FILM SCHOOL: How To Make A Documentary For No Money That Sells Date: 12th June 2016 Time: 10am – 5pm Venue: Studio 4, Bird Studios, New England Street, Brighton BN14GW ...more

Duration: Variable

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It’s only when the credits role at the end of a film or TV show, and what seems like a never ending list of names appear on screen, that you realise just how many people it takes to produce a film. While it’s the actors and the director...

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There are some days when there is nothing we want more than to curl up in front of the TV and watch something mindless. Most production companies will have weekly brainstorm sessions where they will have to pitch and polish ideas for new shows. Yet...

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