There has been an explosion of activity in the British film and television industry in the last few years, with the UK becoming the global destination of choice for film and TV production with almost £2 billion spent on UK-based productions last year.

The Film & Television programme is a four-week course split into two modules, Production and Filmmaking.

The Production module is an introduction to the current Film & Television Industry and how it works from the initial idea stage through to the final delivery of the completed film or television programme. We also cover the wide variety of skills and career opportunities that are available within the industry.

  • Production Management
  • Cinematography
  • Visual FX
  • Sound Design
  • Art Direction
  • Costume Design
  • Make Up & Hair
  • Electricians, Carpenters, Riggers, Runners
  • Post Production

The Filmmaking module is a practical workshop that equips the students with the basic skills needed to make a drama or documentary, culminating in the production of their own short film, made in our pop-up green screen studio.

  • Visual storytelling
  • Screenwriting – script structure & storyboard
  • Casting & directing actors
  • Camera & Sound
  • Directing & managing crew
  • Shooting & Editing
  • Post Production
  • Producing
  • 4-week Programme
  • 20 students


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Young adult offenders often relate to those who have ‘walked in their shoes’, those who have the lived experience of the criminal justice system. The AP Foundation believe that the ex-offender community has an important role to play in resettlement and rehabilitation.

Arts, culture and media programmes are also an effective way of engaging difficult to engage young adult people in productive activities connected with their leisure interests, developing their vocational and transferable employment skills, boosting their employability and reducing re-offending.