This unique MA programme is based at University College London but run by leading film practitioners, ensuring that you not only receive the highest-quality practice-based learning, but you do so in a university research environment where you learn to understand the world we live in.
The core course of the programme and is focused on on the practical production of non-fiction film. With guidance from tutors Lasse Johansson and James Price, along with Senior Tutor Sandhya Suri, you will produce three documentary films in various modes to build a diverse portfolio of work before producing a graduation film of 15-25 minutes in length.
Every student is assigned a personal mentor to guide them through the conception, production and completion of their final graduation film. This year's mentors include Penny Woolcock, Richard Alwyn, Sophie Fiennes, Xiaolu Guo and Grant Gee.
Each student is given a full camera kit for the duration of the academic year.
For further information, including how to apply, go to http://www.ucl.ac.uk/anthropology/studying/ma-ethnographic-documentary-film or contact email@example.com
Interview with Dominic Sivyer from the graduating class of 2016. Dominic is now part of the prestigious BBC documentaries new directors initiative.