Months (each year)
Hours/weekly practical classes
hours/weekly work on own film project
The Post-production program will introduce you to the complete workflow of any commercial or feature film. During both semesters, you will learn not only the practical skills of post-production, but also how to implement these techniques effectively in order to build a story. To reflect this, the semesters are constructed as follows:Year 1: Post-production basics. What kind of work-flows, editing, coloring and VFX software are being used today? Lessons improve students’ skill set in the most common practices.
Year 2: In choosing your preferred field and programs, you will be given the chance to develop your practical skills of telling a story through editing, as well as empowering your postproduction work using VFX and Color Corrections.
Our teaching motto is "learn by doing" and, as such, 60% of our lessons are practical. Every week you will be in close contact with our "General Filmmaking" group in order to work on specific short films to hone your abilities and work-flow strategies on real films.
During your studies, you will be involved in several of the school’s co-production projects and cooperate on large feature film or commercial productions.
What will I learn?
- How to operate the most common postproduction workflows
- How to tell a story with your editing and color corrections
- Practical editing in Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, AVID
- Color Grade in DaVinci Resolve, Speed Grade
- 2D VFX and Motion Design in Adobe After Effects and Flame
- How the Maya and Cinema 4D works
- How to work with sound design, how to export and import sound back into your master project
Program entry requirements
- MINIMUM AGE:
- All applicants must be proficient in English (Min. Level B2: Upper Intermediate)
- PRIOR EXPERIENCE:
- 1 ) Beginners - applicants with minimal or no production experience - an eye for and love of film are essential requirements
- 2) Intermediate - intermediate experience in the filmmaking arena - must be able to demonstrate previous experience
- 3) Advanced - completed degree in filmmaking and/or minimum 6 months’ work on set - demonstrable experience in making festival level / professional film projects