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Moving Image Arts

GCSE, AS-Level, A2     


Whether accessed through cinema, television, DVD or the internet, moving images are a primary source of information and knowledge about the world. Moving image literacy is therefore critical to understanding and interpreting modern society.

The moving image is a key driver of the creative industries. The rapid growth of digital media technologies has made the creative industries increasingly accessible and attractive to young people. The impact of these developments is being felt within the classroom, where students are seeking opportunities to learn technical skills and express themselves creatively.

Our Moving Image Arts qualifications are designed to help students develop their creative and critical abilities through hands-on learning in the craft of moving image arts."    


Moving Image Arts (MIA) offers students a unique opportunity to develop and refine their skills as film-makers. It enables students to broaden their experience of audio-visual culture to inform, inspire and contextualise their own creative ideas.

MIA is an ideal choice for students wishing to pursue a career in the creative industries, which value and promote independence, originality, creative enterprise and technical skill.

The course develops creative and critical abilities in writing, directing, editing, producing and analysing films from a range of contexts and disciplines.

MIA is a challenging and rewarding course, offering a solid foundation for progression to higher and further education and the creative industries.

Job Opportunities:

·         Animator

·         Camera Operator

·         Cinematographer

·         Compositor

·         Concept Artist

·         Costume Designer

·         Director

·         Director of Photography

·         Editor

·         Film Critic

·         Foley Editor

·         Graphic Designer

·         Matte Painter

·         Production Designer

·         Screenwriter

·         SFX Make-up Artist

·         Sound Designer

·         Storyboard Artist

·         VFX Supervisor

“Cinema is a matter of what’s in the frame and what’s out”

— Martin Scorsese


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