Producing Courses

Producing Courses

Producers are the heart and soul of film and media production. With our film producing courses, you can get started with a career as a producer in film, television, advertising, and online media? Where better than Met Film School, the partner of our very own production company, Met Film Production. Develop both your creative and entrepreneurial skills that are vital for to launch your professional career in producing.

Not only will you have industry professionals as tutors but you will get insider advice from the top producers in the industry.

Recent guest speakers include Scott Z. Burns, writer, and producer of An Inconvenient Truth and Side Effects and writer of The Bourne Ultimatum; Andy Serkis (Actor Producer, Author; The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit) and BAFTA-winning actor, writer, director and producer, Noel Clarke. You will demonstrate your skills in producing in various projects where you create your own project, raise the finance and oversee production and editing as well as demonstrating your skills by selling the finished product.

Each producing course is led by the experienced film, television and new media professionals and focuses on first-hand, in-depth insight and experience to gain essential industry expertise. Highlights of our MA course in Producing include field research in major film and media companies, meetings with top industry people and attendance at film festivals and industry seminars. Learning from leading producers, television executives, new media pioneers, financiers, agents, lawyers and business gurus you will get a fantastic level of industry access and professional training throughout.

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Watch some recent projects produced by Met graduates:

  • Ealing Summer Festivals 2015 Promotional Film

  • 'Road Trip' for Heritage Open Days 2014

  • Stonewall 25th Anniversary

  • Mencap: Anti-Bullying Week 2015

  • Midtown Big Ideas Flagship Launch

  • The Produce At Jamie's Fifteen

“Studying at Met has made us aware of new paths to explore. With the advent of the digital age we should definitely be taking advantage of the new media platforms now available to us. Creating a web series exclusively for YouTube has always been a goal of ours and our time at Food Tube (Jamie Oliver’s YouTube channel) really taught us the importance of how to brand and market ourselves in this new world.“

Martha Mcguirk and Lauren Holley, MA Producing, 2014