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Creative Producing for Digital PlatformsNational Film and Television School
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Location: National Film and Television School
Study mode full-time
Degree: PG Diploma
Start Date: 2020/01/01
Duration: 12 months
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The Creative Producing for Digital Platforms Diploma teaches you the skills you need to devise, develop and deliver interactive and immersive experiences that audiences of the future will love. We want to get you pitching ideas for new formats and systems that will be a hit on TV, on YouTube, on Facebook and on the countless other platforms used for transmitting and receiving content around the world today. You’ll be creating content for new platforms from Snapchat to Facebook Live, and inventing new ways to play and experience the world through VR, augmented reality, apps and games. The film and television industries – along with the wider creative industries and the independent arts sector - need people who understand what makes good digital content and how people like to watch, browse, interact and play online. You’ll become conversant with the relevant interactive, transmedia and digital production skills required to maximise the potential of films, television programmes and creative content across new platforms. You’ll learn to track and retain audiences, build presence and encourage a loyalty to brands and programmes. You'll be designing new forms of media, and understanding how those forms fit their market and find their audience.
Applicants do not necessarily have to have a university Bachelors degree to apply for the course, but must be able to: demonstrate a knowledge of television/film/online; provide details of past achievements; and show a passion for the subject. You may have previously studied media, advertising, film and tv, design, new media, computer science, or psychology. Students come from a wide range of backgrounds, but are helped by a playful, collaborative approach to learning. If you are not an EEA National, you must already be in possession of a UK visa valid for the duration of this course. We are unable to accept your application if you do not.