Course Code: 5M5158
To provide students with the basic skills and knowledge to pursue careers in various areas of TV and Film production.
Work experience takes place throughout the academic year where students gain a practical and supervised experience on TV and Film sets with industry professionals.
Produce direct, film and edit your own short film, documentary and music video.
Prepare a visual Portfolio for degree level courses using Final Cut Pro Edit Suites Film with state of the art equipment and showcase your work on the big screen.
QQI Level 4, minimum of 17 years of age at time of registration, Leaving Certificate/Leaving Certificate Applied, Equivalent qualifications from other countries, relevant life experiences, relevant work experiences and mature students.
Material Costs of €30.00 applies to this course
Galway Community College reserves the right to make changes to any course, to limit the number of places available or to withdraw a course. No part of this information shall be deemed to form a contract between the college and a student or a third party.
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Various graduates of GCC's Film and Television course CV's now include such popular titles as Game of Thrones, Ros na Run, Jack Taylor, Rasai na Gaillimhe,The Tudors and Bear Grylls to name but a few and many many more films and TV shows to come.
"Galway Community College is where it has all started for me. Without the
amazing support from all the lecturers and the teaching staff my experience
with Film and TV would have never started."
Kamil burst on to the scene with his highly acclaimed documentary "Fifty People One Question Galway". Kamil's documentary was nominated and screened at a number of Film festivals for best documentary including Sony Production Awards, Skepto International Film Festival and Galway Film Festival. "Fifty People One Question Galway" was viewed by over 370,000 people in its first two weeks of release online and is currently shared on over 60,000 websites globally as well as being broadcast on RTE and TV3.