Film, TV and Media Production Level 3 Diploma Yr 1

Film making is a creative and collaborative endeavour.

In these times of lockdown students have had to be their own technicians, actors and problem solvers.

Congratulations to all of them!

Ronnie-Patrick Stephens

Ronnie’s documentary is based on events in 2020 that effected the way we live today. The case studies include Australian bush fires, Black Lives Matter/ George Floyd protests, the Coronavirus pandemic, as well as interviews with friends and family about how they were personally effected by 2020.

Leonardo Fox

Leo’s film is about an innocent man who gets dragged to an unfamiliar situation. Yet the captor may not be as intimidating as believed. A story of crime, song and murder. You must learn to survive. 

Louis McCubbin

Louis’s story is about a modern-day male witch, known as Morgan, who accidentally creates an entity which looks identical too him, thus needing to find a way to expunge this entity. 

Luca Lauga-Brown

Luca’s film is an animation based on a scenario where you think someone is following you in your dream. A distorted reality to what we are in. 

Billy Angel

Billy’s film is about how disconnecting from emotions is a detrimental way to deal with intense and difficult emotions. It is based on his own personal experiences. 

Jacqueline Lock

Jacquelines film is about how people use music to express their emotions. This movie is personal to her.  

Kaitlin Ashby

Kaitlin’s film is her own interpretation of paranoia and how it can change a person. It is based off Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch. 

Harvey Smith

Harvey’s film is based on nostalgia of an older man, as you see the stages of a boy who loves football grow old growing through the generations. 

David Akov

David created a foley project for his FMP and attempted to get every motion of the animation in sync with the sound. David had to go to use a variety of tools and equipment that would make the same sound as the on screen visuals.

What students have said

Ella Miskin (Level 3 Film Yr1) Working from home has been a challenge but it's been really great being able to speak to my tutor and classmates via Microsoft Teams, I have had all the correct equipment and the support from my tutor has been brilliant. I feel that I have produced a good FMP even under the circumstances.

One Response to "Film, TV and Media Production Level 3 Diploma Yr 1"

  1. Some very interesting and educational work here film students! I have really enjoyed viewing the work, well done and all good wishes for next year.

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