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Filmmaking Interview Preparation

Short study - adults and young people

Introduction

Update 12/10: As it is very close to the course start date, it is no longer possible to book online. Please contact lifelong@rcs.ac.uk to enquire about availability.

Interviews are stressful at the best of times. Particularly when you are interviewing for something that is a real passion. This course aims to take away some of the worries about the interview process for the BA Filmmaking course.

Lead by degree staff members they will walk through the day, what questions to expect and how to best prepare yourself for the interview. A must for anyone whose goal is to study on the BA Filmmaking degree programme at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Applications to the DFTV degree programme must submit a short film and take part in an interview. This short course will help you prepare for the interview and give practical advice on what to do and what to avoid in your short films

Introduction

Update 12/10: As it is very close to the course start date, it is no longer possible to book online. Please contact lifelong@rcs.ac.uk to enquire about availability.

Interviews are stressful at the best of times. Particularly when you are interviewing for something that is a real passion. This course aims to take away some of the worries about the interview process for the BA Filmmaking course.

Lead by degree staff members they will walk through the day, what questions to expect and how to best prepare yourself for the interview. A must for anyone whose goal is to study on the BA Filmmaking degree programme at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Applications to the DFTV degree programme must submit a short film and take part in an interview. This short course will help you prepare for the interview and give practical advice on what to do and what to avoid in your short films

Financial support



Agnes Allan Bursary

Agnes Allan was a teacher, passionate about inclusion, and this bursary scheme exists to offer support to students to participate in the performing or production arts.

The Agnes Allan Bursary provides some support to students who may require financial assistance to take part in a short course in dance, drama, music, production or screen.

Anyone who wishes to take part in our Lifelong Learning courses and faces a financial barrier can apply for bursary support to help meet the cost of tuition fees.

Applications are now closed for the Agnes Allan bursary.

If you have any questions about the application process please contact us on 0141 270 8213 or lifelong@rcs.ac.uk and we will be happy to help you. You can also download a FAQs document here: Agnes Allan Bursary FAQs



Entry requirements

This course open to anyone who wants to apply for the BA Digital Film and Television degree at the Royal Conservatoire.

At a glance...

Filmmaking Interview Preparation 10am–5pm 70

Offers

Promotional Offers

We offer a selection of promotional offers from 25% off the overall tuition cost for current undergraduate/postgraduate students and staff, to 10% off when two summer schools are booked at the same time.

View a full list of promotional offers here. Contact lifelong@rcs.ac.uk to request your code prior to booking a course.

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone considering applying for the BA in Filmmaking at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Teaching staff

Adam McIlwaine

A graduate of Middlesex University, Adam McIlwaine trained as an AVID editor in London before returning to Scotland to work on numerous documentary projects for broadcast and the independent sector, including the BAFTA nominated Little Criminals as producer and editor.

Adam has worked in TV and film education for the last twelve years, developing the HND Television Production training framework for the further education sector before co-writing the current BA (Hons) Digital Film and Television course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Adam joined the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2005 to lead the DFTV course and has been executive producer on many of its award-winning short films including the 2007 Scottish BAFTA winner Hikikomori.