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Masters Digital Feature Film Production

MSc at Filmbase

Dates: Starts September 2015

1 year full-time course

Filmbase offers a unique, industry-facing masters-level course aimed at preparing filmmakers for the reality of writing, developing, pitching, producing, shooting, editing, posting and distributing feature films in digital formats.

The Masters in Digital Feature Film Production is an exciting and innovative course that equips students with both creative and technological skills for future roles in digital film production and the creative industries.

Our philosophy is to nurture technical specialism and creative professionalism through research and practical production.

We aim to produce innovative thinkers that have the ability to create original film productions, enabled through a growing and enhanced understanding of digital technology. Student access to digital cameras, film making equipment and post production facilities will assist this blend of contemporary technical skill and techniques, which will inform and prepare students for a future in practical film production.

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Key Features:

  • Our Masters in Digital Feature Film Production is a flexible course designed to develop industry professionals interested in feature film production.
  • Our students learn directly from experienced film makers in Ireland and the UK.
  • Our students use latest industry standard equipment.
  • Industry integration is a core feature of this programme.
  • One-year, full time course (starts September)


  • Next course starts September 2015

Class times:

  • Core class times – Mon/Tue/Wed from 10am to 5pm
  • Exercises and workshops may take place outside of these hours


  • 2015 fee €6,250
  • €500 Deposit

To Apply / More Info:

  • For more information visit the Filmmasters Website.
  • Anyone wanting to apply should consult How to Apply.
  • For further information please email or call us on 01 679 6716.

Click to play the trailer for the feature length drama, How to be Happy, made as part of the 2012/13 MSc course.