Digital Film Production is the study of contemporary forms of filmmaking. You will gain a solid grounding in established techniques as well as exploring emerging digital technologies.
Charlotte Regan on the Arri Alexi during the filming of BROT. Video available to watch on the Digital Film Production youtube channel - link below right.
Digital Film Production student Max Bulton won the Warner Brother scholarship prize of ten thousand pounds, which he chose to spend on his production 'The Private'.
The course will give you the skills and experience to produce innovative shorts, features, commercials and documentaries. The film industry underpins the course and our students learn the importance of all aspects of the production journey from financial backing to building a fan base for a film. Alongside this, we facilitate engagement with film technologies such as Green Screen and give you opportunities to experiment with 3D techniques. Our film courses are highly regarded in the film industry and students are often working on professional shoots from their first year on the course.
Filmmakers most often work within the technical and creative departments of film production companies. Graduates often also become freelance self-shooters and set up their own studios and production companies.
Showreels and short films
A collection of clips from films shot by the graduating 3rd years for their final major projects this year
A collection of clips from films shot by the graduating 3rd years for their final major projects
This short film tells the story of how the man is stuck in his house trying to get to work but with a twist.
Short film created by BA (Hons) Digital Film Production student
News Flash: Ravensbourne has won the Bill Vinten GTC University Award 2017 for the quality, aesthetic and technical skill of the portfolio of films that were submitted for competition for the past Academic Year.