B.Sc Film Direction

B.Sc Film Direction

Film Direction has become art with technology. So to be a succesful film director, the student need to be well versed not only the script, screenplay and direction, but also the nuances of the modern film making. This achieved by our blend of subjects that are considered traditionally important, and cutting edge technology tools, that the visual media production of the current day demands.

Subject Coverage

  • History of Cinema
  • Philosophy
  • Creative Thinking
  • Importance of Reading
  • Digital Cinematography
  • Scripting
  • Screenplay
  • Direction
  • Acting
  • Shooting Planning
  • Costume Design
  • Art Direction
  • Visual Effects
  • Editing
  • Color Correction
  • Audio Dubbing
  • Music Recording
  • Post-Production
  • Advertisement Film
  • Short Film Direction
  • Internship

Job Opportunities

  • Cinema Industry
  • Documentary
  • Short Film Making
  • Advertisement Films
  • GEC TV Channels
  • Advertising Agency
  • News Channels

Career Options

  • Movie Director
  • Ad film Director/Producer
  • TV Program Producer
  • Documentary Producer
  • Web TV program Producer
  •  Associate Director
  • Stereographer

Quick Info

  • Individual PC for all and more tools available during the courses
  • India produces largest number of movies in the world in various languages.
  • State Of The Art Labs
  • YouTube TV Channels offers opportunity for young film makers to make short movies and make revenue out of them
  • Brand ‘Bollywood’ has been accepted all over the world, the international releases of Indian movies are increasing.

Alumni Testimonial

Film Industry

“After my studies at Davinci, to get in to the industry, Davinci helped me a lot. Even after completing the course, I was able to use the facilities at Davinci to make my sample film. Also Davinci introduced me my director Rajesh, and I am currently working as his assistant “

  • DURATION | 3 years
  • ELIGIBILITY | +2 Pass / Equivalent
  • MODE | Full Time

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