- Introduces you to practice-led research skills and develops your capacity for devising, defining and managing a major project
- Extends your technical facility, artistic sensibility and creative capacities to deepen your knowledge of film and television through artistic mentorship and academic supervision
- Introduce you to practice-based research and to a range of research methodologies
The Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Film and Television) is for students that have achieved high results in an undergraduate degree in film and television, either at the Victorian College of the Arts or another institution, and who wish to extend their practice and develop their research ability.
During the course you write, direct and edit a substantive and innovative short motion picture program, or specialise in a film craft such as cinematography, producing, production management, actor direction, sound, screenwriting or editing. Students following any one of these paths also produce a self-directed minor research thesis.
The program introduces you to creative and theoretical research skills and methodologies. It provides an opportunity, under the guidance of a supervisor, to engage in independent research in a chosen field of artistic practice. The program offers a direct pathway to a higher research degree as well as equipping you to work as a professional practicing artist in your chosen field.
Applicants who are eligible to apply for the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Dance) are also eligible to apply for the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Social Practice and Community Engagement).