Component

MA Public Opinion and Political Behaviour
BA Creative Producing (Theatre and Short Film) options

Final Year, Component 02

Project - Option from list
EA331-6-FY
Short Film Project
(30 CREDITS)

In this student-led module, students opt to either work one their own, or in a group to create an original short film with guidance from the module tutor. The student will be responsible for all aspects of the filming and will be able to call upon the student actors to take part in their project.

EA332-6-FY
Theatre Tour Project
(30 CREDITS)
EA333-6-FY
New Company Project
(30 CREDITS)
EA334-6-FY
Work Placement Project
(30 CREDITS)
EA335-6-FY
Theatre Design Project
(30 CREDITS)

In this student-led module, students will work independently to create the designs for a theatre production. The design elements will include costume, set, and lights. Firstly, the student will outline the directorial vision of the project, working from a text of their choosing. Alternatively, the student may choose to work with a director, who will provide the vision and criteria that the student must work towards. Whichever path they chose, they will then have to create a design that fits the vision for the production, for a specified venue or a proposed tour.

EA336-6-FY
Playscript/Screenplay/Radioplay Project
(30 CREDITS)

The focus of the module will be the development and employment of techniques enabling students to create an independent piece of writing for the stage, screen or radio.

EA338-6-FY
Producing and Managing 3
(30 CREDITS)

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