The Bachelor of Film and Television program shall enable the development of distinct cinematic voices through the systematic widening of individual exposures in an innovative learning system. The students will learn to communicate effectively in various settings and develop an integrated approach to creativity, enterprise and technologies. The interdisciplinary approach facilitates the pollination of ideas and opportunities in a rapidly changing industry. It shall help students recognize their niches and develop their expertise in their areas of interest. The core courses devise a conceptual, historical, and critical understanding of film and media, which emphasize sensitivity to cultural identities and spatial and temporal realities of the story characters.
Cinema and Television students will learn to distinguish between percepts and realities to verbalize and film stories on core human issues. The program shall create professionals who are in touch with the society and can produce culturally sensitive, politically aware, and intellectually rich content to reflect their cultural heritage. The school emphasizes on originality, creativity, and maturity for developing film and media content that responds to digital diversity and cultural domination.
The students are required to obtain a minimum of 134 credit hours with a minimum GPA of 2.0 for degree eligibility. These credit hours are distributed over 8 semesters during a period of 4 years.
The demand for filmmakers has hugely increased with the revival of national cinema and proliferation of electronic media. With Film & TV bachelor’s degree from IAC, graduates will be well-placed to find gainful employment, as well as independent professionals, in film & TV productions.
The careers awaiting Fim & TV graduates include:
- Film directors
- Production managers
- Production designers
- Set & prop designers
- Script, screenplay & dialogue writers
- TV directors
- Creative directors (advertising)
- Sound designers