50 results for "film"
How to Read a FilmFilm Distributors' Association
Delve into the devices used to create meaning in film as you gain a deeper understanding of what we see on screen.
Film Distribution: Connecting Films with AudiencesFilm Distributors' Association
Discover how your favourite films make it to your local cinema or television screen, through the film distribution process.
A Beginner’s Guide to Film GenresFilm Distributors' Association
Explore what genre means in film and how it shapes both the narrative and the audience’s response to the story on screen.
WW1 Heroism: Through Art and FilmUniversity of Leeds
Discover just some of the ways that heroism and the First World War is portrayed through art and film.
Sustainability Through FilmInto Film
Engage and empower your students when teaching sustainability, using film analysis and basic filmmaking principles.
Using Film to Teach Literacy Online and in the ClassroomInto Film
Explore the inspiring ways in which film can be used to deliver literacy learning for school students.
Film Education: A User's GuideThe British Film Institute (BFI)
Find out all about film education with this course from BFI, and its partners DFI, Cinémathèque Française and Vision Kino.
Filmmaking and Animation Online and in the ClassroomInto Film
Learn how to use simple filmmaking and animation techniques to bring learning to life across the curriculum.
Mindfulness Through FilmInto Film
Explore how film watching and filmmaking can introduce mindfulness principles and exercises to help students’ mental health.
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Begin your Film Career
Explore the full range of filmmaking careers. Whether you’re interested in cinematography, art direction or something else entirely, we have a course to suit you. Learn with top universities, industry organisations and world-leading filmmakers.
The Living Picture Craze: An Introduction to Victorian FilmThe British Film Institute (BFI)
Film takes a starring role in this course exploring the emergence of a new medium that was set to capture the world's imagination
How to Make a Short Film: An Introduction to FilmmakingThe British Film Institute (BFI)
Do you have a passion for film? Learn the key skills of filmmaking in this practical course from the BFI.
Short Film in Language TeachingThe British Film Institute (BFI)
Find out how teaching with short film can bring alive the learning of languages and introduce rich cultural content to lessons.
Introduction to Production Design for Film and ScreenAustralian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS)
Explore the craft of Production Design with award-winning filmmakers and learn how it adds meaning and depth to screen stories.
Photography & Visual Arts
Discover the art of photography and film with online imaging, film, and animation courses.
Into Film is a UK-wide film and education charity, which puts film at the heart of children and young people's learning, contributing to their cultural, creative and personal development.
Intermediate French: Leisure and CultureThe Open University
Develop your French language skills and understanding of culture and leisure time in France and Belgium.
Film Distributors' Association
Film Distributors' Association Ltd. (FDA) is the trade body for theatrical film distributors in the UK - the companies that release films for UK cinema audiences.
The British Film Institute (BFI)
The British Film Institute (BFI) was founded in 1933 and is a charity governed by a Royal Charter. It has three priorities – education, supporting the UK film industry and unlocking film heritage.
Intermediate Spanish: Culture and LeisureThe Open University
Explore popular culture and leisure activities in Spanish-speaking worlds, including literature, film, heritage, media, and sport.
Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS)
Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) is Australia's premier screen arts and broadcast school, offering top online courses on FutureLearn.
Intermediate Spanish: Literature, Cinema and the Visual ArtsThe Open University
Understand the significance of contemporary literature, cinema, and the visual arts in the Spanish-speaking worlds.
The Essential Financial Management Toolbox for Film, Screen and BroadcastAustralian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS)
Discover how managing finances dictates your creative business world. Learn key tools needed for successfully financed projects.
Preparing for a Practice-based PhD in Fine Art, Design, and FilmLucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
Expand your knowledge of practice-based research and PhDs in the arts, and make an informed decision in pursuing your doctorate.
Lights, Camera, Computer - Action! How Digital Technology is Transforming Film, TV, and GamingUniversity of York
Discover the emerging technologies shaping the future of storytelling and how you can start a career in the screen industry.
Pictures of Youth: An Introduction to Children’s Visual CultureUniversity of York
Explore visual culture for children and young people including, picturebooks, comics, film, television and drama
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Get creative with free online courses from top universities and creative organisations. Explore acting, animation, filmmaking, poetry, songwriting or creative writing courses.
Broaden your design knowledge with this selection of courses, covering everything from app and UX design to coding and film production design.
Creating Audio Description: Equality, Diversity, and InclusionRoyal Holloway, University of London
Explore how to design and create audio descriptions and audio introductions that fully represent a film, play, or TV programme.
How to Create Video for Online CoursesThe University of Edinburgh
Discover tools and techniques to plan, film, and edit high-quality videos for online learning.
Bachelor of ArtsThe University of Newcastle Australia
Enrich your mind, diversify your skills and safeguard your future with our new work-ready arts degree at the University of Newcastle (UON).
An Introduction to ScreenwritingUEA (University of East Anglia)
This online course explores the key concepts and fundamental principles involved in the process of screenwriting.
The TudorsUniversity of Roehampton
Go back in time to learn about the dramatic rule of the Tudor monarchs and religious change of the sixteenth century reformation.
Understanding Media: Introduction to Critical Media LiteracyThe University of Newcastle Australia
How does the media affect us? Find out and improve your media literacy by learning how to analyse media, film and culture.
William Wordsworth: Poetry, People and PlaceLancaster University
Explore the influence of the Lake District on Wordsworth with this free online course, filmed at his home, Dove Cottage, Grasmere.
- Career advice
Want to teach English as an additional language or teach English abroad? Keen to improve your existing English language teaching (ELT) skills? Kickstart your career by joining one of these professional development courses for educators.
Begin RoboticsUniversity of Reading
Learn robotics by exploring their history, anatomy and intelligence and test drive robots using exciting simulations.
Gender Representation in the MediaUniversity of Strathclyde
Explore how women are represented in the media and reflect on what it means for contemporary society and culture.
Railway History: The Rise of the Railway StationUniversity of Strathclyde
Gain a unique insight into British history as you explore the heritage and uses of railway stations from the 19th century to now.
From World War to White Heat: the RAF in the Cold WarRoyal Holloway, University of London
Explore the role that the Royal Air Force played in the Cold War through the collections of the RAF Museums at Hendon and Cosford.
Digital Marketing: Storytelling in the New Communication LandscapeRavensbourne University London
Get under the bonnet of social media and explore digital storytelling with Dines, founder and creative director of Studio Blup.
Careers in Fashion: Styling, Curatorship, and the Ancillary BusinessesBloomsbury Publishing
Explore the many careers on the outskirts of the fashion industry, from digital media to styling and teaching.
Practical Skills for Teaching Inclusive History: CARGO ClassroomUniversity of Bristol
Explore ways to improve the representation of people of African and African diaspora heritage drawing on 5,000 years of history.
Extinctions: Past and PresentUniversity of Cape Town
Discover the diversity of life on earth, the impacts of five past mass extinctions and the prospect of a sixth extinction today.
Teaching Digital Literacy: Videogames in EducationThe University of Sheffield
Dive into the fascinating world of videogames in education and discover the positive impact games can have on children’s learning.
Learn English Through TV Drama Series: My Name is LuckyChasing Time English
Improve your English language skills and develop your confidence in speaking, reading, and writing in English.
Why We Post: the Anthropology of Social MediaUCL (University College London)
Discover the varying uses of social media around the world and its consequences for politics, relationships and everyday life.
Medicine and the Arts: Humanising HealthcareUniversity of Cape Town
Explore the field of medical humanities - the intersection of the arts, humanities and healthcare - with this free online course.
Multilingual Learning for a Globalised WorldThe University of Glasgow
This free online course will explore multilingual education and how it can impact and improve education and even wider society.
Intermediate French: Work, Leisure and CultureThe Open University
Improve your French language skills and explore life in France, Belgium, and Switzerland, focusing on work and leisure time.