Bachelor of Screen & Stage (Screen Production)
CRICOS 105177B | CRS1400593
From the spark of an idea, through to marketing the end product – you are only limited by your imagination
Whether you are starting out in film production, or have experience we will help you develop your unique talents in a small creative environment.
When you study film production with APAC you will:
- learn every aspect of pre and post-production.
- learn to write scripts, produce and direct
- work collaboratively in crew roles on short films, music videos, television commercials and webserie
- develop key skills needed to turn your creative vision into reality
- develop the skills needed to write and pitch an idea and to promote yourself
- develop the skills needed to manage the business side of film creation including budgeting,distribution and marketing
- learn from those who work in the industry.
Hands on subjects such as cinematography, lighting and green screen techniques, sound recording and editing (Adobe Creative Suite) will give you the ability to follow your strengths.
You will also study with peers who are starting their creative journey not only in film production but also in singing, dancing and acting allowing you to form a network of like-minded creative individuals who will stay with you throughout your career!
ENTRY INTERVIEW FOR BACHELOR OF SCREEN AND STAGE (SCREEN PRODUCTION)
An entry interview and audition will be required for all applicants and will be assessed by the course’s assessment panel. Applicants will be assessed in accordance to the following criteria:
It’s our goal to make our degrees accessible to people who have a passion for performing arts. If you have any questions about our entry requirements, please contact our friendly team for more information.
105175B – BACHELOR OF
SCREEN & STAGE (SCREEN PRODUCTION)
HOW TO APPLY
Applications are submitted via the “Apply Now” button.
– Photo ID (eg: driver’s license, passport)
– Copy of passport (international candidates)
– Academic transcripts (if applying for academic credit/RPL)
– Certified copy of Academic Transcripts for English proficiency (international candidates)
Applications may be made for future trimesters. You may apply for a place in an upcoming trimester’s intake within the calendar year. No applications will be accepted after the census date of the trimester being applied for. For applicants interested in applying for a trimester outside of the current calendar year, please contact us. For further information regarding census dates, please refer to the Academic Calendar
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT
3. Interview/Portfolio submission
4. Invitation to audition
5. Official letter of offer
7. Confirmation of enrolment sent out
WILL I CREATE A DEMO REEL DURING THE DEGREE?
YES, at APAC you will work on a diverse range of screen projects with our acting, and song & dance students. You will have a variety of footage to edit into a demo reel for potential employers to view.
I DIDN’T DO ANY MEDIA SUBJECTS IN HIGH SCHOOL, WILL I STILL BE ABLE TO DO WELL IN THE DEGREE?
You don’t have to have any existing skills – it can be helpful but they are not essential. It’s your passion to create ideas and tell a story that we are looking for. We teach the course from a beginners level for all aspects of production.
WHY IS THE BSS DEGREE ONLY 2 YEARS NOT 3 YEARS LIKE UNIVERSITIES?
Rather than 2 semesters per year over 3 years, our degrees have 3 trimesters per year over 2 years. Resulting in 6 trimesters overall.
WHAT TYPE OF PROJECTS WILL I BE INVOLVED WITH?
Our film making course allows you to work on drama or comedy scenes, music videos, interviews and even creating a podcast.
HOW CAN I INCREASE MY CHANCES OF FINDING EMPLOYMENT WHEN I GRADUATE?
Building your network with like-minded people and meeting others that work in the screen industry is very important. At APAC we enable you to attend industry events and talks.
IS IT ALL THEORY?
At APAC we balance Academic Rigour with Professional Relevance. The BSS is a ‘practice-led’ degree. This means that, while academic and theoretical components are central to the learning journey to inform and underpin the practical, skills-based classes, the focus is developing performance and technical skills while developing a broader understanding of the cultural and professional context around those performance skills.