Film & Digital Arts (FDA) was conceived when Ken McGill was making a documentary series for the BBC called “BRIT School”. What he, and BRIT school principal Nick Williams, thought was missing was a school wide film facility to allow students and staff to learn the fundamentals of filmmaking and how best to use the Internet to get their work seen.
There has never been a better time to do this than right now, when cameras and editing software are within the reach of schools and colleges and the World Wide Web offers an unprecedented showcase.
FDA supports strands and individuals in all things visual, from producing stunning AV for stage shows, dance for camera projects, pop videos, short drama pieces and filming multi-camera music concerts.
The BRIT School is proud to announce a unique partnership with Bournemouth University. From September 2011 students will be able to study a 2 year foundation degree (FdA) in Digital Media Practice.