We believe that the best way to learn about film production is to make films

Our practical film production courses enable you to develop skills in the areas of drama, documentary, experimental and commercial film production.

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These multi-award winning, practical film production courses will provide you with the skills and expertise to succeed in the film and television production industry. Graduates are successfully pursuing careers in the film and television production industry all over the world, from Hollywood to New Zealand. They are working in a broad variety of production roles such as, Directors, Producers, Scriptwriters, Cinematographers, Production Designers, Camera Operators, Sound Designers, Editors and Special Effects Artist.

‘Archie’ by Sophie Piggott

‘Archie’ by Sophie Piggott

December 3, 2015

‘Waiting for the end of the World’ by Lee Deaville

‘Waiting for the end of the World’ by Lee Deaville

December 3, 2015

‘Flowers’ by Jack Tew

‘Flowers’ by Jack Tew

December 24, 2013

‘Time’s Up’ directed by Chris Yarwood

‘Time’s Up’ directed by Chris Yarwood

December 24, 2013

The course provided me with a broad overview of the Production Process from start to finish and the many pressures (financial and time) that you face as a filmmaker, which is very similar whether you are making a short film or a 200 Million feature film. As a graduate you are able to enter any part of the industry with a good knowledge and work ethic to enable you to succeed.

Pippa BradyUniversal Studios, Art Dept Manager

The one thing the course really teaches you is how you can succeed with the right amount of effort and determination. You learn quickly that what you put into it, you'll get out. I have used the skills i learnt on the course in my work at Double Negative & Industrial Light & Magic.

Natalie Cooke VFX Production Coordinator, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

My time on the course was definitely worthwhile. It taught me the skills I needed not only to go into a media job but to go into any job where social and organisational skills are vital. The lecturers gave me the guidance, advice and support not only regarding work but when it came down to getting a job.

Holly LaffyITV

Studying Media (Film) Production at Staffordshire University helped me to gain a solid understanding of the Television Industry. It gave me the knowledge and confidence to to assist in making some of the biggest prime time shows on British TV.

George SmithTwenty Twenty Television