“The course has been an excellent step towards working in the professional world. Everything that is expected of a cinematographer in today’s world is being taught, so there’s no doubt in my mind about getting myself out into the industry. I’ve met some incredible people during my time at Met Film School, and feel better equipped in starting a career in cinematography.”
Ben Calloway, MA cinematography, 2015
Cinematography is not just lighting and sound recording – it is about bringing a story to life. Master your craft at cinematography through our hands-on courses, taught by award winning tutors. Progress your abilities as a cinematographer across a wide range of contexts while you learn the key techniques, creative approaches and organisational skills involved in camera operation.
Through a series of seminars and practical workshops students will apply key principles of lighting and camera work in an industrial context. Students will work across a range of cinematography disciplines, including still imagery, 35mm and digital processes, location shooting, the DoP/director relationships, and working as a professional member of the camera team.
Graduates of this course have won cinematography recognition and have gone on to win awards such as the Best Cinematography award at the 43rd Alcine Film Festival (Rina Yang, BA (Hons) Practical Filmmaking, 2008.)
Three-Year Undergraduate Course
BA (Hons) Practical Filmmaking (3 Year)
Two-Year Undergraduate Course
BA (Hons) Practical Filmmaking (2 Year)
One-Year Postgraduate Programme
Diploma of Higher Education
Practical Filmmaking Diploma (DIp HE)
Certificate of Higher Education
Certificate in Practical Filmmaking (Cert HE)
Introduction to Cinematography