This course gives a unique opportunity to work across fiction, documentary and experimental media.
We designed it to reflect the changing needs of broadcast television and to encourage experimentation and cross-fertilisation between different technologies and conventions.
It produces students who are professionally able and well-informed and who can enter the film and television industries with a freshness of approach to changing technologies and the cinematic ideas that they embrace.
To view student work, and for more information about the course and the department including staff profiles, visit the creative media practice websitehttp://www.shu.ac.uk/art/media/pg-fmp-reasons.html.
Links with industry
Staff are from all sections of the media industry and represent broadcast and non-broadcast practices. Many of our staff are independent broadcast television film/video-makers and aim to promote a vigorous and viable industry outside London. Our work and strategy are directly guided by what the industry needs.
Many of our students have been successful in getting jobs both in the industry and independent cinemas.