FILM AND TV PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
Bachelor of Film and TV Production Management
Study in English at Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University. In Krakow. FOR FREE!
Application start: 15th May 2019. Starting date: October 2019
Are you interested in film or television? Would you like to be a member of a film or TV production crew instead of being a viewer? If so, then this course is for you!
You will acquire wide knowledge on film and television. You will get to know the duties of the film crew members, as well as learn the stages of film and television production. Starting from the script, through the shooting period up to the post production.
You will learn how to work with scriptwriters, directors, actors, journalists, DOPs, production sound mixers, set designers and editors.
You will learn about both the technique and technology, as well as about the legal aspects of film and TV production. You will practice planning, budgeting and reporting. Gaining these specialist skills, you will be able to start your career as a Film or TV Producer, Production Manager (PM), Set or Floor Manager, First Assistant Director (First AD), Script Supervisors, Event or Show Producer.
The course offers students the possibility to gain practical skills.
The classes will be run by Film and TV practitioners – working among others for TVN, Krakow Film Foundation, Krakow Festival Office (KBF) as well as independent producers.
The workshops will be held in the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University Film and TV Studio, which is professionally equipped. Students will benefit from the practical advice of the studio team: journalists, camera operators, sound engineers, editors, studio engineers. Students also have access to well solving complex business problems.
The studies last three years, 6 semesters, end with a diploma exam and the defence of a BA thesis. For each semester, the student should receive 30 ECTS points. The study program includes the following modules: basic knowledge, specific knowledge and practical skills. The students have the opportunity to choose some of the subjects. A group of practical subjects includes TV Production I and II workshops as well as Film Production I and II workshops. Workshops and tutorials are run by practitioners from the film and television industry. The program also includes a mandatory 6-month practice (Vocational Training Practice).
For studies invited
Anna Zajączkowska produces documentary and promotional films, manages feature film productions, and provides services across all ranges of the film production spectrum to filmmakers from Poland as well as from abroad.
Professor at the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Cracow University, she also cooperates as a researcher with the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London. She teaches contemporary literature, rhetoric, popular culture and the history of cinema and literary film adaptation.
She is the author of a monograph Melancholic Migrating Bodies in Contemporary Women’s Writing (2015) and W poszukiwaniu Kobiety: O wczesnych powieściach Ireny Krzywickiej (In Search of a Woman: The Early Novels of Irena Krzywicka, Kraków 2007). She also edited and contributed to Women’s Voices and Feminism in Polish Cultural Memory (2012), Mapping Experience on Polish and Russian Women’s Writing (2010), Masquerade and Femininity. Essays on Polish and Russian Women Writers (2008).
Her current research concentrate on discourses of discriminations in cultural phenomena, mainly concentrating on the artistic movement in Eastern Europe (themes includes Illness as Otherness and Other as Ill, the History of Emancipation as Utopian Stories), but also writes on Olga Tokarczuk and her literary texts.
Urszula Chowaniec teaches the History of World Cinema and Introduction to Cultural Studies in Film And TV Production Management.
Katarzyna POKORNA-IGNATOWICZ, Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Management and Social Communication
Katarzyna Pokorna-Ignatowicz, PhD in political science at the Jagiellonian University. She works as a professor and head of the Department of Media Studies and Political Communication at the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University. Her work includes research and publications on the Polish media system, the history of media, journalism studies, relations between media and religion, and media ethics. She is the head of the Section of Mass Communication in The Polish Communication Association (PCA).
Katarzyna Pokorna-Ignatowicz teaches Media in Poland in Film and TV Production Management.
To become a student of FILM AND TV PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT take the following steps:
• in the written part:
– on an extended or bilingual level – with a score of 50%, or higher
– graduation from the Dept. of English or Applied Linguistics
– graduation from a foreign language teacher training college
– completion of academic education abroad – with English as the official language of instruction
1) English language on a higher level (HL) – 4 points or more
2) English language with a literary component (A2) – 4 points or more
3) The candidates holding the IB (International Baccalaureate) diplomas issued by the International Baccalaureate Organization based in Geneva, for whom English was an official language of both instruction and exams, are also eligible for admission to academic studies, subject to this fact having been duly documented by the school at issue. This also applies to the candidates with the EB (European Baccalaureate) diplomas, or a secondary school-leaving certificates obtained abroad, provided there are statutory grounds for such certificates to be officially recognized as equivalent to a statutory certificate of secondary education obtainable in Poland
a) a written Declaration of Participation in the Project
b) a Participation Agreement in the Project
c) a statement on the processing of the Project’s participant personal data, in compliance with the requirements of the Knowledge Education Development 2014-2020 Operational Programme.