BA/BSc Digital Film ProductionGo backstage with Digital Film Production
Film Project | Documentary "Un Autre Monde"
Film Project | Short Film "Comme si de rien n’était"
Producteur: Antoine Goose
Réalistateur: Sara Snaps
Assistant réalisateur: Antoine Goose
Script: Simon Noël
DOP: Valentin Iliou & Maxime Brasset
Cadreur: Alan Iuliano & Guillaume Colleau
Scénariste: Sara Snaps
Ingenieur du son: Antoine Goose
Monteur image: Antoine Goose
Mixeur son: Antoine Goose
Etalonneur: Jonathan Da Silva
Compositeur: Anthonin Bertheas & Florent Goose
Artistes: Estelle Crépin, Michael Luboya, Geoffrey Carpiaux, Renaud Garnier Fourniguet, Stéphane Menga.
YOUR CAREER IN FILM BEGINS NOW
This course is designed to provide both theoretical and practical expertise. You will learn techniques for feature film, documentary, broadcasting, and advertising.
We teach you pre-production, production and post-production. In short, all the skills you need to make professional quality films.
You will have access to our industry standard digital cameras as well as film production equipment, and you will benefit from the support and guidance of our Film Supervisors.
You will work both independently and collaboratively on factual and fictional productions allowing you to graduate with a high technical skill set to hit the ground running on any film set around the world.
Why study Film at SAE Institute Brussels?
Free access to our professional studios and equipment.
Creative hub with experienced lecturers and professionals.
Support and guidance by our Film Supervisors.
Hands-on for both technical and artistic aspects.
40 years of experience in creative media education.
You will learn to:
Working in a Crew
Short Film Narrative Structure
Cinematography (incl. camera, light, grips)
Audio Basics (on-set recording)
Legal Issues (copyright)
Montage Theory and Techniques
You will be guided through a series of practical workshops, where you will explore interview and lighting techniques and how to capture engaging and vibrant footage that will tell your stories. With support from theoretical classes and discussion based sessions with lecturers and peers, you will develop your skills in finding, exploring and crafting engaging narratives through a variety of modes.
Working independently and as part of a creative team, you will work with HD and UHD camera workflows, experiment with a variety of production and post production skills as you bring real-life stories to the screen.
Topics you may draw upon in Creative Studio 1 include:
Documentary Production Planning
Style and Genre
Factual Film Production Practices
Reflective and Critical Analysis
If you opt to produce a short fiction film, you will continue to develop your storytelling, directing and cinematography skills as you bring your narrative to life. Typically you will find yourself collaborating with Audio Production students to ensure your soundtrack, location sound and ADR is of a professional standard. You will also have the opportunity to integrate visual effects through collaborations with our animation students. Ultimately, you will be aiming to produce a high-quality fictional narrative film that is ready for distribution and submission to festivals.
Should you wish to develop your production skills through the world of promotional film, you will be given the opportunity to work on a series of creative briefs and collaborate with peers from across SAE’s creative programmes, notably Audio Production, Content Creation and Online Marketing, and Music Business. You will be guided through the concept development process as you gain skills in working with clients, and broaden your production skills into live-event/multi-camera production and multi-clip editing techniques.
Topics you may draw upon in Creative Studio 2 include, but are not limited to:
Fictional Film Production
Promotional Film Production
Working in a Team
Collaboration and Communication
Marketing Basics (Target Group Analysis, Product Lifecycle, Product Development)
Business Planning (Budgeting, Financing)
Film Marketing and Distribution
You may choose to undertake structured industry-based activities through the form of ‘live projects’ or to pursue a research project in your field of specialisation. This module will build a thorough awareness of professional practice and provide you with an opportunity to direct your professional development in a way that aligns with your future career plans.
Film-specific specialisms will include negotiated and live industry projects, designed in collaboration with lecturers and industry. These could be in fields including fiction, non-fiction, experimental, promotional or transmedia film productions typically within the role of producer, director, script writer, cinematographer or editor.
Using evidence-based decision making and your mastery in creative media practice, you will also work to develop a proposal for your final Major Project, where you will be supported to identify methodologies and outcomes appropriate for a Major Project either within the realm of the Arts or the Sciences.
Topics you may draw upon in Creative Studio 3 include, but are not limited to:
Promotional Film Production
Take everything out of your experience at SAE Institute Brussels.
Feel confident in us helping you reach your creative dreams.
Allow us to expand you mind and think in new creative ways.
Create things that you can truly be proud of.
Get inspired by likeminded peers and classmates.
Learn by feeding off of constructive feedback.
Try things out and explore different career paths.
Participate in interesting projects that help you fill in your CV.
Whatever your ambitions, start making them a reality with us.