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The media production programmes offered will develop you as a professional practitioners, highly skilled technically in a range of innovative creative technologies. You will be trained to become not only multi-skilled practitioners, but also confident, critical thinkers, able to forge a career in a predominantly freelance industry.
The media department has state of the art equipment including: Apple Macs, E Macs & Mac Books, dedicated Windows based Power PCs for Studio Capture all with the latest software including Adobe Suite, 3D Modelling and Motion Tracking Software. A fully operative television studio and 340 seat theatre for film projections and collaborations with Performing Arts students and Media make up teams help develop your skills for employment. Our industry equipment gets you industry exposure, through the use of Black Magic & DV Cameras, HD Video Cameras, 35mm Red Rock Lens adapter, matte box kit, follow-focus system, filter trays, HD Portable Monitor, Shoulder Mounting System, 40ft of Dolly Track & Carl Zeiss fixed Planar Lenses. All our tutors work still work in the industry, which means you are getting the latest information on film and production techniques.
Employability, research and awards
Students that have graduated from BMC have progressed on to a wide variety of film and television production roles in production and post-production, for companies such as:
Roles include: Directing, Editing, Lighting, VFX, Cinematography, Photography, Music Videos, Sound Design, Production Management, etc.
Additionally, BMC provides opportunities for talented and committed graduate students to apply for access to Business Incubation to assist in their freelance or small company career development.
Nick Petrouis one such student commented, “I really enjoyed my time studying at BMC and after I completed the Advanced Film making course I decided to come back. I did actually go to another university but really didn’t like it and couldn’t wait to get back to BMC.” “I am really interested in sound on screen. I feel that a lot of people place so much importance on visual effects, when really the sound-scapes and musical score can be just as important in a film or video. Try watching a horror film without sound – it’s not even scary!”
“I think the tutors are incredible, their knowledge and the way they teach is unique and really works for me, they are supportive and encouraging and I reckon I’ll be able to forge a really successful future for myself thanks to everything they’ve taught me so far.”
Nick is has recently completed his BSc at BMC and is one of three that won places with the Media business incubator unit set up to help students into employment.
Here are just a small glimpse of the work our media students produce by coming onto our degree courses. For up to date work head over to the media students portfolio site Mediagoo.
Paul Smith, HND Creative Media Production (Moving Image) Programme Leader – Paul is a relatively new member of the BMC family. He comes to us with a wealth of experience having worked on fiction and factual productions for ITV, BBC, Ragdoll Productions and Atlas Media in America, as well as making numerous commercial videos. Paul has a host of qualifications from an Undergraduate Degree in Film Production to a MA in Media, Culture and Communication. Paul is also in the process of completing an EdD. Recently Paul has produced work for two RSA films productions with one being distributed internationally.