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Bachelor of Film

SAE Institute UAE
Campus 2 - 3 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

The SAE Bachelor of Film is a hands-on filmmaking course covering tactile hard skill elements of filmmaking in the modern era. New forms of film distribution have changed the film-viewing environment but the foundation skills needed to create films are still core to the future of film production. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Film in Middle East. COURSE OVERVIEW The SAE Bachelor of Film is a hands-on filmmaking course covering tactile hard skill elements of filmmaking in the modern era. New forms of film distribution have changed the film-viewing environment but the foundation skills needed to create films are still core to the future of film production. Soft skills are invaluable attributes for students and are taught through the organising of film productions at the student level. Communication, scheduling, and organisational skills are the core of the Studio Units delivered in Stage II alongside the foundational skills learnt. Creation of high quality short films with high production values lead students through this combined technical and people oriented delivery giving them the springboard to all areas of filmmaking. You will undertake specialised units designed for students to participate in real-world projects under the guidance of expert SAE staff. With this unique teaching style, you will demonstrate your skills and technical knowledge in a collaborative and creative studio-based learning environment. Your Studies: Each degree program is broken up into discrete stages, each designed to promote different skills. Stage I – Foundational Skills Development In Stage I, you will undertake a number of foundational units which will give you the essential technical skills and knowledge not only relevant to your discipline area, but also give you the skills required to collaborate with other creative media students and professionals in later stages of the program. Introduction to cinematography and film production Post-production principles and techniques Storytelling for contemporary media Critical thinking for creative media Screen design Film studies Overview of industry Project management and professional etiquette Critical and creative thinking Contemporary industry overview Stage II – Interdisciplinary Projects, Media and Cultural Studies In Stage II you will be working in simulated project groups where you are working towards large scale deliverables each trimester. Within Stage II we will not only get you to apply your Stage I skills in a deeper context, but help you work within the contemporary creative media workforce. In Stage II we show you how your work contributes to and interacts with broader culture and media practice. This knowledge will enable you to work with a variety of other disciplines and artists and expand your potential on the global stage. You will complete a number of real-world projects with students not only in your own discipline, but in all other SAE disciplines. In Stage II, you will be given the opportunity to work as project specialists within the following areas. The types of projects and project roles you choose to undertake will determine what area of specialisation you fall within. Stage II has two studio modules with projects based on the following areas; Production Both film specialisations have a strong common set of subjects covering the broad base the film industry requires. The Production specialisation focuses on targeting producing and directing skills specifically to this stream, strengthening the ‘big picture’ skill-set of graduates. Post Production The Post Production specialisation adds more specific compositing and software curriculum elements to the common core subjects of this degree. Visual Effects are used in many more films than most people realise and these techniques are studied in this specialisation using industry standard software. Some of these high level softwares were traditionally very expensive and required major hardware installations in order to use. These are now much easier for students to access, increasing creative possibilities within the realm of all future filmmakers. Stage III Stage III is the final part of your studies. Here you will undertake an interdisciplinary project of your choice to be the final and most ambitious portfolio project that you will undertake. You will also finalise your studies by undertaking an elective module and completing a compulsory internship. By the time you graduate, you will have; a professional online presence that you will have begun building at the start of the program, a wide range of interdisciplinary projects present in your portfolio, and a deeper understanding of the creative media fields and real-world experience. Our graduates finish with skill-sets covering not only the foundational areas of traditional filmmaking, but wider concepts of the future of film distribution and viewing standards. Not only do our graduates finish with a working showreel presenting their skills but also their individual creative directions. Students also graduate with an understanding of how to navigate the future of film and media as it adapts and evolves with the changing times. YOU WILL LEARN Camera techniques Production techniques Cinematography Visual effects Production design Screen design Storytelling Post production Screen writing Project management Industry knowledge YOUR LEARNING EXPERIENCE Develop your knowledge and skills on industry standard camera technologies including 4K Red cameras, Canon C300s, and more. Work collaboratively with artists, designers, web, mobile and games developers, animators, and audio specialists. Create productions under real-world conditions. Experience innovative learning at its best, including intensive workshops, face-to-face lectures, studio-based practice, and online delivery. Learn high-level cinematography and visual effects skills using the same equipment, software, and processes employed by industry practitioners. Build skills in industry-standard software including DaVinci Resolve colour grading software, Avid Media Composer editing software, Adobe After Effects, and Photoshop standard screen graphics applications. Experience a course designed in collaboration with industry partners and develop skills that the film industry wants. Develop high-level skills in your craft before you graduate: be industry-ready. CAREER OPTIONS Video editor Cinematographer Director Producer Visual effects artist Colourist EMPLOYERS SAE film graduates have been involved with outstanding production companies, studios, and networks, including: Nine Network Steam Motion & Sound Fuel VFX Foxtel ABC Independent production companies KEY FACTS DURATION(S): 2 Years Accelarated! 3 Years Full Time INTAKES: Jan 2017 NEXT INTAKE: Enrol By: 22 Jan 2017 Start Date: 22 Jan 2017 End Date: 31 Dec 2019 COURSE TYPE: Bachelor ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Minimum Age Students seeking admission to SAE must be at least 17 years of age at the time of application. Academic requirements Applicants must have successfully completed secondary studies (high school) or have completed the SAE Dubai Foundation course. Applicants must meet English language requirements as outlined below. English language requirements International students need to provide additional evidence of language skills including one of the following: International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with a band score of at least 6, or equivalent, OR Completion of Year 12 English at an Australian secondary school or college, or equivalent. [-]

Art Theory and Criticism (Minor Program)

Sabanci University
Campus September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

The honors minor program in <strong>Art Theory and Criticism</strong> merges diverse aspects of visual studies into a unique curriculum, providing the students with an understanding of the major intellectual trends and debates in the visual arts, including art history, theory, criticism, and museum studies. [+]

The honors minor program in Art Theory and Criticism merges diverse aspects of visual studies into a unique curriculum, providing the students with an understanding of the major intellectual trends and debates in the visual arts, including art history, theory, criticism, and museum studies. This comprises a study of the new philosophies of vision that have emerged over the past decades and affected our ways of seeing and the new technologies and media that have redefined lifestyles and social relations. A significant aspect of the program is its critical approach. New methods and theories drawn from a variety of disciplines provide students with an intellectually challenging and stimulating venue where they can develop analytical skills to explore the visual arts and their intellectual and theoretical underpinnings. The broad scope of this innovative program ranging from art history and theory to criticism and curatorship, includes an interactive study experience in Istanbul's art exhibitions, in particular the Sakıp Sabancı Museum, offering our students a unique opportunity to test their theoretical knowledge. Degree Requirements Program Requirements may vary according to the year of first enrollment. Application Requirements Minor Honor Programs are designed to provide knowledge and information in areas other than those of the student's registered diploma program. Succesful undergraduate students who satisfy the specific terms and conditions, are candidates for the minor honors programs. Students can apply for the minor honors programs, as early as the beginning of the term following the term in which they declare their major, by submitting a written request and transcript to the Faculty Dean's office between the dates announced for the application. In order for application to be evaluated, the Cumulative and Semester Grade Point Average (CGPA and GPA) must be at least 3.00 at the time of application and the application must be approved by the Faculty Board. A certificate is awarded to students who successfully have completed all the courses in their registered minor honors program, who have a CGPA of at least 3.00/4.00 besides the Bachelor's Diploma for satisfying the undergraduate degree requirements. [-]