Perfect your craft with a Master of Screen Production
Griffith Film School offers a number of postgraduate programs so you can specialise in a key area of filmmaking:
- Graduate Certificate in Screen Production
- Graduate Diploma of Screen Production
- Master of Screen Production
If you can't see the registration form: register online now.
Develop specialised skills with a Master of Screen Production
At the Griffith Film School we know that great films demand great stories and a shared vision of the filmmaking journey.
The Master of Screen Production has been designed in close co-operation with leading industry professionals to enable focus on:
Specialisations include: Cinematography, Sound Design, Post-production, Visual Effects, Screen Music, Production Design, Documentary and Animation.
Our goal is to prepare the next generation for creative careers in the film, television, animation, games and digital screen industries. Every student has the opportunity to generate an individual folio in a collaborative environment that celebrates work that is authentic and diverse.
The Master of Screen Production is open to students from a wide variety of backgrounds, but its unique scope for collaboration on long-form projects makes it especially attractive to screen production graduates.
Postgraduate and research degree requirements
A project proposal may be required to gain entry into some Postgraduate Coursework programs. This would include what you want to research, why it is worth researching, how it will be done, time frame and feasibility.
You may also be required to provide referee reports submitted directly to Griffith University by the referees.
A folio is required to gain entry into all QCA Postgraduate Course & Research programs, with a few exceptions.
Selecting a research supervisor
In some cases, you may already know which staff member you would like to supervise your study, in other cases we can allocate supervisors. When considering an appropriate supervisor, ask yourself:
- Is this person well acquainted with the topic of the research?
- Does this person have an active interest in the proposed area of research?
- Is this person's working style compatible with completion of an independent piece of research in a short timeframe?
- Is the person available for the entire supervisory period?
For staff profiles please visit the QCA staff page.
International students should consult the Griffith University International Postgraduate Guide and contact the International Office before considering postgraduate study.
Postgraduate closing dates
Applications for all Griffith University Postgraduate and Research programs are accepted all year round. However, as there are cut-off dates for each semester intake, we encourage you to submit your application as early as possible to allow enough time for process and for international students to arrange student visas.