The film industry employs all sorts of professionals. No other sector includes such a variety of personal profiles: from scientists to athletes, from persons who work in isolation to the most social and talkative ones, from artists to business people. You only have to read the credits of some movies to get proof.
Some design processes and equipment, others manufacture components, operate all kinds of machinery, write scripts, act, direct, produce or settle copyright issues. Yet, all of their efforts must synchronise and join together in a single purpose. Film-making is, by excellence, the paradigm of teamwork. Therefore, there are thousands of useful teachings that can be extracted from the film industry and be applied in any other working-field.
Considering all of the above, this course aims at three primary goals and has three different levels of utility. To start with, it is conceived to be extremely useful, even if you dedicate yourself to another profession. It will improve your capacity to identify and face challenges, establish priorities, find solutions, organise processes, manage personal relationships and, moreover, manage your own creative potential.
Students who intend to participate in an internship must first undergo an assessment by the ESE Placement Officer. Upon being deemed eligible, host companies will be decided together with the Placement Officer who will assist the student in obtaining an internship at the company of choice. Candidates must submit a CV and undergo a successful interview for their acceptance.
Each module holds a weekly 3-hour class (total 12 hours per week, Monday to Friday)
- Mid Term Assessment (40%)
- Final Assessment (60%)
High school diploma or equivalent