Bachelors of Arts – Film Studies & Production

Bachelor’s degree program in Arts – Film Studies & Production combines training in the liberal arts with classes on cinematic technology and theory.
Classes emphasize all aspects of cinema, including screenwriting, cinematography, film theory and post-production spread across three years and offers a Hands-on experience and exposure to all students.

Programme Highlights

To offer students an overall view of film and film making process.

    • Hands on Experience in film Making.

    • Lectures by film industry experts.

    • Field visit and exposure to various film sets.

    • Practical workshops by eminent film scholars.

    • Project based curriculum in film studies.

    • Specialization in Direction, Cinematography, Screenplay, Editing & Sound Designing

Programme Structure

The Bachelor’s degree program in Arts – Film Studies & Production is a three year extensive program following a Trimester pattern of studies-

First Year (Common) program

1st Year (Common)
Trimester I Trimester II Trimester III
History of Cinema Film Appreciation Film Aesthetics
Film and Literature Introduction to Cinematography Visual Communications
Introduction to Screenplay Introduction to Acting Introduction to Editing
Introduction to Media & Entertainment Media Economics/ Film Economics Introduction to Animation
Introduction to Direction Theatre and its Evolution Introduction to Sound Designing

Second Year(Screenplay Specialization) Program

2nd Year (Screenplay Specialisation)
Trimester IV Trimester V Trimester VI
Screenplay Writing I Advanced Screenplay Writing The Art of Adaptation
Writing for Television Screenplay Essentials Writing Short Films
Writing for Documentaries, Ads. Cultural Studies Writing for Documentaries, short-films, Ads

Second Year (Cinematography) Program

2nd Year (Cinematography)
Trimester IV Trimester V Trimester VI
Non-motion Photography Motion Photography 35 mm Advanced Cinematography
Mis-en-scene Practical Practical
Motion photography 16mm Video Fundamentals Shooting for Documentaries, short-films, Ads and television

Second Year (Editing) Program

2nd Year (Editing)
Trimester IV Trimester V Trimester VI
Basics of Editing Editing 301 Editing tools
Digital Art & Design Editing Tools Digital Compositing
Introduction to Effects Animation Editing short film Editing for Ads and Television

Second Year (Direction) Program

2nd Year (Direction)
Trimester IV Trimester V Trimester VI
Mis-en-scene studies Formats & Workflows Mis-en-scene Studies II
Times in Cinema Directing Documentary Directing short film, ads
Film Theory Performance Dimension Developing a Film project

2nd Year (Sound Design Specialisation )

Trimester IV Trimester V Trimester VI
What is Sound Sound Recording Audio Program Production
Introduction to Music Acoustics, Waveforms Outdoor recordings
Sound in cinema Speakers and microphones Final Output

Third Year (All Specialisations) Program

3nd Year (All Specialisations)
Trimester VII Trimester VIII Trimester IX
Working on Short Film/ Documentary Working on Short Film/ Documentary Working on Short Film/ Documentary
Working on Degree Project Working on Degree Project Working on Degree Project
Marketing for Films Film Business Making Trailers and Teasers

MIT-WPU provides an holistic approach towards education. A Film Maker with value-based knowledge will surely prove as an effective film maker and MIT-WPU strives to give industry the same.

Eligibility :

MIT WPU follows UGC specified eligibility norms while accepting applications for admissions from students. To be eligible you need to meet the below mentioned criteria-

    • Passed 12th / (10+2) / HSC from any streams

    • Three years Diploma conducted by Board of Technical Education Maharashtra after SSC (or) passed its equivalent examination.

Selection Criteria:

UG-PET & Personal Interview

Application form fees: Rs 1000

Program fees: Rs 2.5 lacs per year

Q1. Why MIT-WPU?

A1. MIT-WPU gives you the world’s most advanced and uniquely defined opportunity-based professional education for your deserved success and also make you contribute to the global sustainable peace for the ultimate community of humanity – all at the same time!

Q2. What are the programmes available at MIT-WPUSchool of Film Studies?

A 2. MIT-WPU –School of Film Studies offers one undergraduate programme in Film Studies and Production (B.A. FSP)

Q3. What is the duration of B.A. FSP ) programmes?

A3. Undergraduate degree programme is of Three years duration.

Q4.Is there in any specialization in UG & PG programmes?

A4. Yes, students can opt for specialization in the second year. Specializations offered are Direction, Screenplay, Editing, Cinematography. Sound Design

Q5. What are the career opportunities after UG Film Studies programmes?

A5. After the completion of course students can make their careers either in  any of the specialisations.They can work as screenplay writers, directors, cinematographers, Editors for many production houses.

Q6.Is the Hostel facility available?

A. Yes, Hostel facility is available in the campus .Seats allocation is on merit basis.

Q7.What is the admission process?

A. Through MIT WPU- UG PET.

Q8. Whom to contact for admission?

A8. Contact Admission cell –LASC.

Q9. What is the placement assistance after the completion of course?

A9. Internships are a part of the course and every students is offered with an internship as per their specialization. Placements are done through internship performance.

Q10. Does University support any education Loan?

A10. Yes. University has tie-up with banks which offers assistance for home loan.

Q11. What is the examination process?

A11. There are three trimesters in one year.

Contact Us:

Admission office, MIT WPU Campus

Phone : 020-7940-1700/08 /020-3027-3557

E-mail : admissions@mitwpu.edu.in

apply online at www.mitwpu.edu.in