B Sc in Film Making

With Specializations in Cinematography, Direction and Editing

3 years


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  • Bachelors Degree in Film Making awarded by Singhania University.
  • International Diploma (level 4) awarded by QAI, London UK

CREOVALLEY’s three year Degree in Filmmaking is aimed at producing a graduate in the fields of filmmaking with a holistic understanding of the filmmaking process. 

In this course, you will be introduced to fundamentals of filmmaking through foundational modules such as film history, film grammar, basic photography, editing etc.  which will help the aspiring filmmakers to get their hands on every aspect of Film  production.

Though the course has a strong theoretical underpinning, it is largely project driven and hands-on. The students will be evaluated continuously through various exercises on a daily basis as well long term projects. 

Every project has been designed to develop the core as well as transferable skills of the aspiring filmmaker by making them work in collaboration  with peers.

Apart from projects, workshops and reviews by industry experts, is another salient feature of CREOVALLEY degree program.

  • Strong Film Making Art Foundation
  • Cross-Discipline Environment
  • Resources for Specialization
  • Professional Staff with Industry Experience
  • Latest Industry Standard Training

Film Making can lead to a career in traditional and emerging media. For example, individuals who obtain this type of degree might be prepared for careers in production, motion picture development and post-production. Graduates may find positions as:

  • Audio/Video Editor
  • Film/TV Director
  • Actor / Anchor
  • Public Speaker
  • Cinematographer
  • Screenwriter
  • Film Critic
  • Production Manager
  • Director of Photography
  • Casting Manager
  • Lecturer
  • Documentary/ Ad Filmmaker
  • Script Supervisor

If you would like to see more of the great facilities and meet some of the academic staff for Communication and Creative Industries students, you can book a course consultation. This is a chance for you to ask any questions you may about what you would be studying, find out more about the course and tour our excellent facilities. You can also learn more about our exceptional work placements and meet our lecturers in an informal setting.

  • Indian Arts & Culture
  • Film History & Appreciation
  • Direction
  • Photography
  • Cinematography
  • Editing
  • Media Acting
  • Writing for Media
  • Advertising, Corporate Communication & Marketing
  • Make-up & Costumes
  • Radio Production
  • Television Production
  • Sound Designing
  • Film Management

Language – English

Art History

Introduction to Cinema and Film Appreciation


Film Production Lab I- Photography

Film Production Lab I- Photography

Film Production Lab I- Adobe Premiere

Abstract Film Making Project

Language – English

Screenwriting Fundamentals


Lab II – Advertising Photography

Film Production Lab II – Videography

Film Production Lab II – Adobe After Effects

Film Production Lab II – Adobe Photoshop,Adobe
Lightroom and Da Vinci Resolve

Television Commercial Project

Film history and appreciation I

Pre Production for Non Fiction Films

Production methods for non fiction films

Editing, Sound and Motion Graphics for Non fiction

Non fiction Project (Documentary)

Film Grammar

Screenwriting and direction for fiction films

Advanced Cinematography

Advanced Editing – Avid Media Composer

Sound design

Visual Design and Digital Intermediate

Short Film project

Contemporary World Cinema

Film Marketing and Distribution

Elective I: Cinematography Lenses & Composition

Elective I: Direction – Production Management

Elective I: Editing – Sound Editing

Elective II: Cinematography Camera Operation

Elective II: Direction – Directing Camera

Elective II: Editing- Workflow Management

Elective III: Cinematography -Natural Lighting

Elective III: Direction – Directing Actors

Elective III: Editing- Film genres and Editing
Conventions I


Contemporary Indian Cinema

Media Ethics and Laws

Elective IV: Cinematography -Artificial Lighting

Elective IV: Direction – Production Design

Elective IV: Editing- Film Genres and Editing
Conventions II

Elective V: Cinematography – Color Grading

Elective V: Direction – Post Production for Directors

Elective V: Editing- Film Genres and Editing
Conventions III

Elective VI: Cinematography – Visual Effects for

Elective VI: Direction – Visual Effects for Directors

Elective VI: Editing- Visual Effects for Editors


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