Diploma in Digital Design - Animation and Film Production
You’ve got a vast imagination. You love film and TV. If you just had the tools and knowledge, who knows what incredible work you could do?
Animation College’s Diploma in Digital Design – Animation and Film Production is your ticket
Successfully complete this course and you’ll receive the New Zealand Diploma in Digital Media and Design (Level 5) [Ref. 2638]. You’ll be skilled. You’ll be inspired. Quite frankly, you’ll be unstoppable.
Sound epic? Read on!
Forget mediocre. Become a master. This course is designed with the latest industry demands in mind. That means you’ll graduate with cutting-edge, relevant skills that will keep you ahead of the pack. Complete four ten-week modules using industry standard processes.
- Design Foundation – these core skills are a must for any budding designer. Get the skinny on current industry processes, so you can hit the ground running once you nail a job.
- Audio & Visual Production – create a short film from
goto whoa. That means everything from concepts, scripting and shooting through to audio and editing.
- Animation Principles – this is where the magic really starts. Learn how to bring characters and worlds to life using 2D and 3D animation.
- 3D Model & Composite – design and model 3D objects, blend them with some live
footage,and create some insanely cool visual effects.
Where Could This Take You
Dip your toes into the world of animation and film, and the opportunities are quite literally limitless. Natural born storyteller? Technical whiz? Creative visionary? Wherever your strengths lie, there’s a perfect place for you to shine in this exciting industry. This programme begins your journey towards these career opportunities...
CHARACTER ANIMATOR – create characters for film, TV, video games and mobile applications, using animation software, 3D modelling, 2D animations - and even puppetry!
COMPOSITOR – make your mark at the end of the production process by creatively combining all the elements into the final image.
ASSISTANT PRODUCER – assist the producer by overseeing different stages of the production pipeline. Duties can include anything from supervising the production design team to coordinating the work of visual effects companies.
CINEMATOGRAPHER – play a crucial role in achieving the director’s vision for the look of the film. As head of the camera and lighting departments, you’ll be in charge of shooting.
The course introduces students to a contemporary special topic in animation. Students will explore the contemporary approaches, tools and alternative media forms. Over the course, students will work both collaboratively and individually to explore a contemporary and special topic in the area of animation.
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11 February 2019
$7,605.40 + $340 Student Services Levy
(Eligible for "Fees-Free" study)
*2019 fees are subject to change
Level 3 NCEA and Basic General Portfolio
120 (NZQA Accredited)