The Master in Production is made up of Postgraduate Programs in Production Management and Film Business.
The two programs are complementary as well as independent, and can be taken separately without necessarily doing both.
This course delves into the theoretical-technical aspects of film production, enabling the student to successfully manage the production of a feature film or any other audiovisual work, from the conception of the script to the standard copy.Who is it for?To graduates and graduates in Business Administration and Management, Advertising and Public Relations, Law, Audiovisual Communication or other university degrees related to the audiovisual field. Also to professionals in the film industry who want to delve into the field of production.CompetenciesAt the end of the Postgraduate, the student will be able to:Carry out the production direction of a feature film or any other audiovisual work.
Know the methods and techniques of production processes during pre-production, shooting and post-production of a feature film or any other audiovisual work, and be able to carry them out.
Plan the calendar for a specific audiovisual production taking into account the different processes of creating an audiovisual work.
Provide for the needs and resources required to carry out a specific audiovisual production through the production design and the working documents derived from it.
Master the techniques and mechanisms of productive management throughout the process of ideation, development and exploitation of an audiovisual project.
Properly manage the filming process of the audiovisual work correctly applying the previously worked production design.
Manage and coordinate the processes related to the postproduction of the audiovisual work, showing knowledge of the different areas, processes and techniques, as well as the correct development of them.MethodologyTheoretical-practical classes: the student will develop during the Postgraduate course in a real feature film project, working on the different aspects of its production process.
Masterclasses: the course offers different sessions in the form of masterclasses in a complementary way to the main subjects. In them, leading figures in the audiovisual business share their life experience with the students.
Teaching teamThe teaching team is made up of professionals working in the film, audiovisual and advertising sectors, together with ESCAC's own professors who accompany the students daily in the execution of their internships.
The faculty of the ESCAC Production department has the following professionals among its ranks, both in intensive seminars, annual subjects or master classes:Ester Velasco (The silence of the swamp, You will not kill).
Marta Rodríguez (The girl from the song, Animals).
Toni Carrizosa (The call, Enemy cosmetics, Look what you've done).
Neus Trullén (Mindscape).
Aintza Serra (My dear brotherhood, Eva).
Eneko Gutiérrez (I want you, Anacleto: Secret agent).
Marta Ramírez (The Orphanage, The daughter of a thief).
Carlota Planas (Sabatellini & Associats).Proyecta AwardsStudents will also have the opportunity to participate in the organization of the Proyecta Awards, the awards given to that part of the film industry that is usually invisible to the general public but which is essential to get the films to them: distributors, exhibitors , marketing agencies ..
The awards were promoted from the ESCAC Film Business studios in 2013 and already in the first edition they got the support of a large part of the country's industry. Since then, the students of each year have taken over, taking charge of selecting the nominees in each category, and determining the winner of the Inspira Award, an award given to those professionals in the industry who “inspire” the students in a special way. This meeting brings together a large part of the film industry and is a beautiful way to end the course, establishing synergies between the current industry and future talent in the industry.
The Film Business students are in charge of the first phase of the voting, selecting the films or works nominated in each category and proposing candidates for the winner of the Inspira Award.Data of interestLanguage
Classes are taught in Spanish, although ESCAC reserves the right to teach some of them in English if the teaching staff so requests.
From September 6, 2021 to December 23, 2021
Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Face-to-face (* Given the possible extraordinary circumstances that may occur during the course, the Postgraduate may include streaming content.)
The Postgraduate in Production Management is part of the production itinerary and if the Postgraduate in Film Business is also taken, the Title of Own Master's Degree in Production is obtained, of 60 credits and a price of 10,800 euros.
€ 6,900 Early Bird before May 1, 2021