Visual Arts – Film


Video Production caters for students interested in film, television, journalism, advertising, music video visual arts or business promotion.

Course Details

  • ATAR: Yes
  • NTCET Points: 20
  • Cost: 

About the Subject

In this course students explore traditional and contemporary film art, in order to acquire technical skills, and use media, materials and technologies within the Film Making.

Students learn to develop personally relevant ideas, and understand the role that film plays culturally, socially and historically.

This course supports students whom are interested in screen arts, such as film, video, experimental and conceptual film art.

The support materials folio developed in this course are used for University Entrance Applications in Visual and Screen Arts courses.


Students demonstrate their learning through the following assessment types:

School Based AssessmentWeighting
Folio 120%
Practical 1 & Practitioner’s Statement15%
Folio 220%
Practical 2 & Practitioner’s Statement15%
External Assessment
Visual Study30%

External Assessment

Visual Study

This externally assessed task involves students exploring directors and artists, and their work in order to develop and apply film skills, techniques, processes, technologies and concepts in this Visual Study.

The Visual Study is 20 x A3 pages and 2000 words or 12 minutes multimodal e.g. film study.

The Compass App

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