The world is demanding more and more video content so if you want to be part of this exciting industry, we'll give you the skills to stand out from the rest.
Why study Film at SAE
Collaborative project-based learning.We’re output-focused and interested in developing your skills and competencies as a creative practitioner. That’s why at SAE you’ll be in small groups, working on real-world projects. You'll have opportunities to collaborate virtually and on-campus with audio technicians, game developers, designers, animators and other filmmakers.
High-level cinematography Directing Production Post production Lighting Sound Visual effects skills
Film student work
Expert spotlight: Dr Magali McDuffieMagali’s films have been screened on Australian National Television, Indigenous Community Television, and numerous national and international film festivals.
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Expert spotlight: David CroweDavid is a regular judge of high-profile film festivals. He has worked in the Australian Film Industry for over 15 years on feature film crews, whilst also shooting and directing independent music video productions.
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