Film and TV Production BTEC Subsidiary Diploma

BTEC Film & TV Production*
(BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Creative Media Production TV & Film)

Why should I study this subject?

You should study Film & TV Production if you are interested in the production side of the film and TV industry and want to explore the creative, practical side of the subject

What will I study?

The subject is assessed through three core units and four specialist units:

  • Writing for Television & Video (Scriptwriting)
  • Single Camera Production
  • Film Studies
  • Factual Programme Production for Television (Documentary)


What are the entry requirements?

Please refer to our Course Specific Entry Requirements table here

How will I be taught?

You will work both independently and within groups to analyse and produce media. The majority of the time you will be actively engaged in the research & analysis of current media to produce AV essays, presentations, design & planning, the film & editing of your own original pieces.

How will I be assessed?

The course will be assessed though internally assessed coursework.

What will the course prepare me for?

As Film & TV Production is a multi-disciplinary subject which will prepare you for a wide variety of Higher Education courses, apprenticeships and employment.

What materials will I need to purchase?

No specialist equipment is required.

What is the exam board?

Pearson Edexcel

This subject is for you if
You are effective at working independently to strict coursework deadlines; if you are creative and enjoy taking projects through from initial ideas to final completion; and if you are interested in learning how to use new hardware and software in the TV & Film industries.

  *This is a brand new subject which replaces our A Level Film Studies course for September 2019 entry