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Digital Film & Video

From ScRipt to Screen 

Exciting Careers in the Production industry

See your name in the credits!

The best way to learn how to make videos and movies is to actually make videos and movies.  "Learn by doing" is the MediaTech method to provide you with hands-on training for you to create digital content and deliver it to the world. 

The Digital Film & Video Arts program covers all the aspects of real movie making and will instruct, equip and inspire you.

The Digital Film & Video Arts PRogram 

Diploma Program

45 Weeks

The Digital Film & Video Arts program is currently offered at our Dallas, Austin and Oceanside campuses to train you to produce music videos, commercials, documentaries, television shows, corporate industrial videos and feature films. From script to screen you will be immersed in the production process every step of the way with the script, budget, locations, casting, lighting, directing, shooting, producing, audio, gripping, editing and graphics.  As a graduate, you'll have real experience and a killer reel! 

At MediaTech we grant you unprecedented access to industry standard facilities and equipment.  Dallas and Oceanside have real soundstages with an array of digital film cameras and production support equipment to give you the tools you need to create and deliver your productions.  

You'll definitely find your instructors names in the credits.  MediaTech instructors are seasoned professionals working in the production business today.  They are dedicated to giving you the skill sets and experience you need to work along side of them in the industry. 

The Cool Digital Tools and software

Every desk in the Digital Film department has a Mac computer loaded with the latest software such as: 

  • Avid®
  • Final Cut Pro®
  • DVD Studio Pro®
  • Adobe After Effects®
  • Adobe Premiere®
  • Adobe Photoshop®
  • Adobe Illustrator®
  • FrameForge®

We're making a scene

In the final term of the Digital Film program you will utilize your skills in every process of digital film production as you make an independent movie. From business development/contract negotiations to distributions and exhibitions, the entire class becomes a Production Company and the crew to create and produce a professional digital film from Script to Screen.  Then you get to walk down the red carpet at the premiere screening of your movie attended by friends, family and industry professionals. 

Digital Film careers

Graduates of the Digital Film & Video Arts program may find entry-level employment ranging from production houses, major motion picture studios, post-production houses, T.V. networks, A/V solutions, gaming companies or even do freelance work. 

You can be a professional:

  • Producer
  • Editor
  • Director
  • Production Manager
  • Master Control Operator
  • Production Assistant
  • Video Editor
  • Videographer
  • New Media Developer
  • Location Scout
  • Casting Director
  • Director of Photography
  • Associate Producer
  • Grip
  • Dolly Grip
  • Gaffer
  • Script Supervisor 

 

Do What you Love. Love what you do. 

So if you're into production looking to make a living doing what you love, then call us today to set up your tour of our studios and get the information you need on how to start your new career. 1-866-498-1122


Consumer Information

On Time Completion Rate

Dallas

8%        

 Oceanside

N/A

 Austin

N/A

 
Placement in the Field 92%

N/A

N/A  

The placement data are as reported to the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges. It includes program completers that started the program between 10/2010 and 9/2011.

2013 State Employment Rates

Graduates Employed in the Field

Dallas          

100%

  Oceanside         

N/A 

 

 Austin         

N/A

 
 

Program Cost 

Cost Per Credit

|

Total Credits

|

Total Tuition

    

$354.61

×

70.5

=

$25,000.00

       
 

Median Loan Debt  

     N/A

The median Title IV loan debt for MediaTech Institute students for the Digital Film & Video Arts program is N/A for the 2012-2013 academic year. (The median private and institutional loan debt for this program is N/A.) This figure represents all funds borrowed by students in this program during that academic year, including monies to support these students during their time as students. It is not limited to the cost of tuition and fees for this program.


 

SOC Links

SOC #

27-4031

CIP Code

10.0201

 O*Net Link

  Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion Picture