Subject to approval from the University administration, plans are in place to offer the Bachelor’s degree course in Film and Television Directing as described below from the winter semester 2011 onwards. Please ensure that you check our website for any possible changes before submitting your application.
The Bachelor’s course in Film and Television Directing teaches artistic individuals to work as directors, creatively using audiovisual media to realise their narrative and artistic potential within a variety of genres and areas of film, television and video productions in an ethical, hands-on, eager and passionate manner. The main focus of the course is on feature films and documentary films.
The standard duration of this course is 6 semesters. The degree Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) will be awarded upon successful completion of this course.
(Following this Bachelor’s course, the HFF will offer a consecutive Master’s course with a duration of four semesters. This Master’s course will use an increased amount of individual instruction to focus on the development of creative individuality, whilst also offering a wide range of creative and practical and scientific and theoretical courses and events looking at specific issues in the field of directing.)