Fancy your chances directing on the silver screen? With this diploma you’ll gain the theoretical, operational and technical skills required produce high definition video, broadcast and electronic multimedia to professional publishing standards.
As part of this diploma you’ll work with experienced industry professionals, writing and directing your own projects and crewing on your classmates’ projects. Not only will you have state-of-the-art facilities, equipment and software at your fingertips, but you’ll also learn from highly trained lecturers with specialist expertise and experience in screen production nationally and internationally.
Stefanie Ng, Diploma in Screen Production
Stefanie got a job at Park Road Post in Wellington straight from completing her diploma at EIT in 2007. Her first credit was on District Nine followed by The Lovely Bones and The Adventures of Tintin.
Supervising sound editor Brent Burge, says Stefanie worked hard and deserved her place in the industry. “Stef has blasted through the roof and is now an integral part of the team. On The Hobbit, she will carry the load of first assistant sound editor.”
From London based studies in sculpture my practice developed and was supported by studio experiences of fabrication and architectural installation when assisting renowned sculptors William Pye and Richard Deacon. This formative background contributed to my ongoing research into the development of visual languages and materials within the disciplines of sculpture and photography. Relocating to Aotearoa, my research has also enabled a collaborative practice to emerge that investigates and supports dynamic bi-cultural working spaces and values, focusing on Te Reo.
Film your Dreams
EIT's purpose-built Video Production Centre is centred around two large studios and includes three editing suites, TV editing stations and a small sound stuido. A surround sound theatre doubles as a screen/classroom.
Dedicated solely to students, the John Harré Video and Electronic Media centre is deemed to be one of the best-equipped video production teaching facilities in a NZ tertiary institution.
Passion for Fashion
Sew up your career and study in style at EIT
EIT offers various fashion programmes that will give you the skills and knowledge to enter the fashion industry.
Learn everything from designing clothes and pattern-making to creating your own fashion label.
Students design and create their own garments, learn about production for fashion shows and gain the skills to establish their own business within the fashion industries.
Certificate in Fashion Apparel students are involved in organising/planning and modelling in EIT’s annual Fashion Show.
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