Adelaide College of the Arts Film & TV
Our Film and Television program equips students with comprehensive production and post-production skills required in today’s screen industry. Our training focuses on specific crew roles for on-set and location-based productions via current industry practices.
Our courses in film and television equip graduates in:
- Pre-production: management including budgeting and scheduling, contracts and location management
- Production: including creative and technical skilling across several roles such as camera, lighting and sound recording
- Post-production: editing including technical and creative skills regarding telling the story with images and sound design, editing and mixing.
The film and television industry requires those who are able to think creatively as individuals and in groups, who enjoy research and problem solving, who have patience and are thorough. Screen production relies heavily on people who can maintain a strong work ethic in difficult circumstances either with the team or on their own.
Our graduates are employable in all stages of production and creation of media content with film, TV, and video-production houses, special effects companies, game production studios and mobile phone content developers.
This creative industry involves the ideas and creative positions of script writers, producers, directors, animators and editors. Opportunities in the creative craft departments of production, art and design, camera, lighting, sound and editing are ideally suited to our film and television and creative media graduates.
Vocational Education and Training (VET) and industry-update skills training can be arranged for schools or other industry partners. The Certificate II in Creative Industries (Media) is specifically designed for high school students and is available on campus.
Adelaide College of the Arts
39 Light Square
South Australia 5000
PO Box 1872
South Australia 5001
Email: enquire online
Phone: +61 8 8463 5000
Fax: +61 8 8463 5001
View TAFE SA Campuses in a larger map