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Film and Television Group Projects - Production - TFT00085H

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  • Department: Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media
  • Module co-ordinator: Dr. Edward Braman
  • Credit value: 20 credits
  • Credit level: H
  • Academic year of delivery: 2023-24
    • See module specification for other years: 2024-25

Module summary

In this module you will produce, post-produce and deliver for exhibition a screen project, either in single-camera film or multi-camera TV Studio. You will
work under near-professional conditions, pursuing two roles across two different screen disciplines. First a major role in the specific group project - film or
TV - which you have been involved in developing and researching during the previous semester's Film and Television Group Projects: Preproduction
module. Second, a minor role contributing to the production effort of a group from the same student cohort, working in a different medium. By combining
roles in this way you will develop and consolidate insights into a variety of screen production methods, while simultaneously exploring and enhancing your
skills, creative, technical and logistical in one key production discipline. At the same time you will experience a variety of key professional procedures
including financing and fundraising, managing casts, schedules and locations, and pursuing production workflows - from set to edit - in accordance
with precise deadlines and delivery specifications.

Module will run

Occurrence Teaching period
A Semester 2 2023-24

Module aims

During the course of this module, you can expect to:

  • Apply your creative, technical and logistical skills and research to the production of a screen project Apply your creative, technical and logisitical skills to the post-production and delivery of a screen project
  • Explore professional conditions in relation to managing production procedures, gathering and applying resources, and pursuing schedules and workflows Contribute to team working, and creative negotiation, across the production, post-production and delivery phases of a screen project.
  • Engage with performers and contributors - and key resource providers - in realising the creative and practical objectives of a screen project.
  • Explore a variety of production disciplines, their interrelation, and the procedural differences between multi-camera and single-camera production methods.

Module learning outcomes

At the end of this module, you will be expected to:

  • Demonstrate a capacity to work with others to deliver a screen project, whether in single-camera film or multi-camera studio.
  • Demonstrate an individual ability to realise a specific screen role, creatively, technically and logistically
  • Demonstrate a role specific capacity to deliver screen outputs to a high technical and creative level, with professional standards of delivery in mind.
  • Demonstrate an ability to apply and work to disciplined schedules, workflows and production-management procedures.
  • Demonstrate the flexibility to move between different forms of production, from multi-camera TV to single-camera film, and vice versa
  • Reflect and report on your production activities in a process of sustained analysis with a view towards building lessons for the future.


Task Length % of module mark
Production Diary and Reflection
N/A 50
Professionalism individual executive producer report
N/A 10
Group Production
N/A 40

Special assessment rules


Additional assessment information

This module comes at the end of a course-long process of production so formative work has already been done by this point.


Task Length % of module mark
Production Portfolio and production narrative
N/A 90
Professionalism individual executive producer report
N/A 10

Module feedback

You will receive written feedback in line with standard University turnaround times.

Indicative reading

Quinn, E. and Counihan, J (2006). The Pitch. Faber and Faber.

Katz, S. (1991). Film Directing Shot by Shot. Michael Wiese Productions.
Simon, D. and Wiese, M. (2206). Film and Video Budgets 4th edition. Michael Wiese Productions.

Singleton, R. (1997). Film Scheduling 2nd edition. Lone Eagle.
Proferes, N. (2008). Film Directing Fundamentals 3rd edition. Focal Press.

Frost, J. (2009). Cinematography for Directors. Michael Wiese Productions.
Weston, J. (1999). Directing Actors. Michael Wiese Productions.

Murch, W. (2001). In the Blink of an Eye. Silman-James Press.

Wyatt, H and Amyes, T. (2003). Audio Post Production for Television and Film: An introduction to technology and techniques. Focal Press.

Yewdall, D.L. ( 2003). Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound. Focal Press.

Zettl, H. (2008). Television Production Handbook, 10th edition. Wadsworth Publishing.

Millerson, G. (2009). Television Production, 4th Edition. Focal Press.

The information on this page is indicative of the module that is currently on offer. The University is constantly exploring ways to enhance and improve its degree programmes and therefore reserves the right to make variations to the content and method of delivery of modules, and to discontinue modules, if such action is reasonably considered to be necessary by the University. Where appropriate, the University will notify and consult with affected students in advance about any changes that are required in line with the University's policy on the Approval of Modifications to Existing Taught Programmes of Study.