Filmmaking and audiovisual skills taught in English
Delivered entirely in English, the Film & TV Diploma program at 3iS is intended for international and French students with a good command of the English language. This three-year course focuses on directing, production, filming, and editing, and leads to a state-approved diploma.
Develop artistic and technical skills in the audiovisual field
This comprehensive three-year curriculum enables Film & TV students to gain a wide range of skills:
Staging, preparing a shooting script
Location scouting and set design
Shooting techniques (camera, lighting, equipment) and sound recording (recording, sound design, mixing)
Post-production techniques (editing, color grading)
The aim during the first year is to gain a broad knowledge of filmmaking and audiovisual techniques. It is also an opportunity to cultivate your artistic understanding and analytical spirit, which will be central to expressing your personal creative vision.
Produce two main TV productions
Film & TV Diploma students then work in teams on two main productions (portrait and drama) under professional supervision. In your second and third years, you develop your artistic and technical skills in areas such as directing, producing, filmmaking and editing. You will learn to write, direct and produce multi-camera studio programs, mainstream movies, series, and dramatic short films.
With each production, students receive additional training from professionals in filmmaking techniques, editing, and post-production.
Our Film & TV BA is all about getting you work-ready
With coaching, input from industry insiders, and a six-month final-year placement, getting you into the working world is central to your Film & TV BA program. After completing this course and passing a final review by a panel of course assessors, students earn the DESTIS Diplôme d’Enseignement Supérieur en Techniques de l’Image et du son (Diploma of Higher Studies in Image and Sound Techniques), which is a Bachelor of Arts-equivalent qualification awarded by France’s Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation.
Learning & Productions
General culture: the history of cinema, documentaries, television, film analysis, etc;
Concept and writing: screenwriting and dramatic composition, writing reality, the director’s vision;
Technical skills: video technology, shooting techniques, acoustics and electroacoustics, sound techniques, editing techniques;
Transversal skills: production, assistant directorship, business English;
Practical workshops: camerawork, sound recording, editing.
Video Operations Technician
Movie/TV/Video/Corporate Film Director
Head Camera Operator
Director of Photography
Master Control Operator
Fees & Admissions
1st year: €10,120
2nd year: €10,540
3rd year: €11,340
Students holding a high school diploma.