The Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media focusing on Film and Television provides in-depth knowledge of the filmmaking production process and related screen and media practices. Students engage in the process of conceptualisation, technical production and final delivery on a number of projects including short film, music video, documentary and alternative screen media.This hands-on curriculum is designed to reflect real-world industry environments and employability skillsets while encouraging students to explore their own creativity and passions.
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1 year full-time
Hawthorn (March) - View application and start dates
VTAC course codes
Animation (fee type determined by provider)
Film and Television (fee type determined by provider)
This is a nationally approved vocational course that is recognised throughout Australia.
GRADS SHOOTING EPIC MUSIC VIDEOS
Matt Wilson and Brett Tinning (pictured) are shooting amazing music videos, such as the interstellar video for Melbourne band, Forest Falls.
Both Matt and Brett graduated from the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media before completing the Bachelor of Film and Television.
Student work: Screen and Media (Film and Television stream)
Check out this showreel to see projects by our screen and media students specialising in film and television. The course offers students a range of creative and technical skills in film and television production.