Post graduate diploma in Advanced Producing (Post graduate diploma in Advanced Producing)

TU Dublin (TBC)
Key Programme Details
Award

Post Grad Diploma

NFQ Level

Level 9 About NFQ

Delivery Method

Blended

Mode

Part Time

ECTS Credits

60

Department

Media

General Information
Contact

Sharon Cleary

Email

sharon.cleary@tudublin.ie

Phone

014023098

Address

School of Media Office
TU Dublin City Campus
Aungier St
Dublin 2

Important Dates
Application Deadline

17/08/2020

Start Date

05/10/2020

End Date

07/05/2021

About this Course

***update August 19th***
ROUND ONE unsuccessful applicants have been notified.
We have reached over 110 applications now and will close the system until a review of these has been made
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Aimed at new producers and using key industry specialists, the Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Producing delivered by TU Dublin in partnership with Screen Skills Ireland is designed to give producers a comprehensive understanding of the script to screen process. It will address the following skills areas in a producer's career development: the development process; financing; legal issues; budgeting and scheduling; production; post-production; management and negotiation skills; sales and distribution; festivals/markets and pitching.

The modules are structured to build the skills necessary for market-ready producers.

Navigating the international film and television industry can be a daunting experience for emerging producers - a landscape of pitching, negotiation and co-production deal-making.

Graduates of the programme will gain the skills, confidence and connections to operate in this rapidly growing industry. The programme will encourage diversity and inclusion. Participants from all walks of life that have a passion for film and TV will have the opportunity to gain skills that will overcome any barriers they may have perceived or encountered in the past. As with any creative industry, it is important that there are voices from all sectors of life representing their own stories.

The programme content will be managed thought an on-line resource containing programme materials and recommended reading. The programme will equip up and coming producers with the skills identified by the industry to work in established production companies or to work independently in their own companies

Entry Requirements

Participants must have a Level 8 Honours Degree in a cognate discipline with a minimum of a 2:2. Candidates with significant work experience but without the requisite qualifications may be considered under a Recognition of Prior Learning process.

Long Description

Aimed at new producers and using key industry specialists, the Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Producing delivered by TU Dublin in partnership with Screen Skills Ireland is designed to give producers a comprehensive understanding of the script to screen process. It will address the following skills areas in a producer's career development: the development process; financing; legal issues; budgeting and scheduling; production; post-production; management and negotiation skills; sales and distribution; festivals/markets and pitching.

The modules are structured to build the skills necessary for market-ready producers.

Navigating the international film and television industry can be a daunting experience for emerging producers - a landscape of pitching, negotiation and co-production deal-making.

Graduates of the programme will gain the skills, confidence and connections to operate in this rapidly growing industry. The programme will encourage diversity and inclusion. Participants from all walks of life that have a passion for film and TV will have the opportunity to gain skills that will overcome any barriers they may have perceived or encountered in the past. As with any creative industry, it is important that there are voices from all sectors of life representing their own stories.

The programme content will be managed thought an on-line resource containing programme materials and recommended reading. The programme will equip up and coming producers with the skills identified by the industry to work in established production companies or to work independently in their own companies

Timetable Info

Two evenings a week, Tuesday & Thursdays in semester 1 (provisional)

Please note that due to the Industry involvement in the Delivery of this Programme the dates the programme will be timetabled on will not be available until early september

Delivery Location

Online and in City Campus Aungier St, with a move to the new campus in grangegorman when ready in January 21

Delivery Notes

Blended