Bachelor of Creative Arts (Film and Television) JMC Academy

3.0 out of 5 from 2 reviews
Bachelor Degree
Brisbane
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Film + TV at JMC is a hands-on production-based course that will give you the knowledge and the creative, technical and managerial skills to create and produce leading content for film, TV, live broadcasts, documentaries, commercials and music videos.

Both Bachelor degree and diploma are structured to help you develop above-the-line practitioners in key crew roles (which will appeal if you’re into serious filmmaking), as well as the range of skills you need to meet the diverse requirements of the industry.

At Bachelor level, work on a short film, a TV commercial, a music video and a large-scale outside broadcast to create your professional showreel and filmography. Develop your creative expression and tech skills, and master screenwriting, directing, cinematography, motion graphics and postproduction, to launch you into the heart of the industry.

Collaborate with JMC Academy’s Music Performance and Management students on a production piece, a music video for example, and study advanced production management, post-production and motion-graphics
Careers

CREATIVE
Director
Cinematographer
Scriptwriter
Editor
MANAGEMENT
Producer
Production Manager
Post Production Supervisor
Business...

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Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Creative Arts (Film and Television) JMC Academy based on 2 reviews
Rating
3.0
Job prospects
3.5
Teachers
4.5
Course work
3.0
Time worthy
2.0
Money Worthy
2.0



Student Reviews

February 2018
Year completed 2018

Very practical, great lecturers. Always provide constructive feedback. The staff and heads are supportive.

Negatives would be the limited space available, gear is being updated slowly, but the facilities need to be renewed.

My advice to future students is: It gets harder and harder every trimester and if you don't push...

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February 2018
Year completed 2014

Didn’t have everything I wanted to learn, wasn’t great equipment to play around with

My advice to future students is: Definitely do it for a year but then move onto trying to find work in the industry

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