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Bachelor of Science in Film and TV Production

Film & TV Production is an academic discipline designed to make budget plans in Film, TV and Production industry, in addition to having a sound knowledge of equipment, screenplay and lighting. The Faculty of Design offers a four year bachelor's degree program in Film and TV Production which seeks to impart cutting edge training into the students who can shape the scope of the industry. The program goes on to focus on the vital aspects of this field which include production, financial planning, resource management, asset management & various other crucial aspects of the field in addition to the technical creative skills.

As a way to develop and shape the practical understanding of the students, the Faculty of Design is equipped with state of the art facilities and film studios which serve the purpose of allowing students to explore their creative potential. Under the guidance of the highly trained faculties and production experts, the students are also engaged in a series of hands-on production exercises, for the purpose of making various films and documentaries. Our objective is to develop a unique student resource with the ability to shape the scope of the TV and Film production industry.

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What Involves Film And TV Production?

Filmmaking (film production) is the process of creating a motion picture. Filmmaking consists of several complicated and distinct processes, beginning with an initial plot, concept, or commission. The process then moves on to screenplay, casting, pre-production, shooting, sound recording, post-production, and screening of the completed product in front of an audience, which may culminate in a film release and exhibition.

Film and tv production courses in India in a wide range of economic, social, and political circumstances worldwide. It employs a wide range of technology and cinematic methods. Although the film was used initially, most productions are now digital. Filmmaking nowadays refers to the process of creating an audio-visual story for commercial distribution or broadcast.

There are five primary stages in the production of a film:


Concepts for the film are developed, rights to existing intellectual property are acquired, and the script is written. The project's funding is sought and received.


Arrangements and preparations for the shoot are made, such as recruiting actors and crew, finding venues, and building sets.


Raw footage and other film materials are captured during the film shoot, including primary photography.


It is the process of editing and combining the recorded film's pictures, sound, and visual effects into a final product.


The finished picture is distributed, advertised, and screened in theatres before being placed on home video for viewing.

Filmmaking also occurs outside of the mainstream and is generally referred to as independent filmmaking. The means of production have become more democratized and economically viable since the emergence of DV technology. On a home computer, filmmakers may shoot and edit a film, produce and edit sound and music, and mix the final product.

However, while production methods have been democratized, funding, conventional distribution, and marketing remain difficult to achieve outside of the existing system. Previously, most independent filmmakers relied on film festivals (such as Sundance, Venice, Cannes, and Toronto International Film Festivals) to get their films discovered and sold for distribution and development.

However, the internet has made it possible for independent films to be distributed at a minimal cost via services such as YouTube. As a result, various firms have sprung up to help filmmakers get their indie films recognized and sold on big online markets, frequently alongside blockbuster titles. Independent filmmakers who opt out of traditional distribution may now reach worldwide audiences thanks to online movie distribution.

A solid film and tv production course in India provides a business-based approach to TV and film production, giving you the information and experience you need to develop a successful career in this dynamic sector.

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Our Laboratories

Editing Studio

- Editing Studio

The space provides students the resources to edit audio and visual materials such as podcasts, interviews, etc with hi-tech equipment and softwares.

Sound Studio

- Sound Studio

A sound proofed facility with top notch facilities and equipment for sound recording and editing that is used to record and produce speech, vocals, instruments, orchestras, bands etc

Screening Studio

- Screening Studio

A high definition full display screen that allows students to project movies and screenplays which are used for their creatives such as documentaries, videos etc

Photography Laboratory

- Photography Laboratory

A photographic laboratory is a technical facility for the production of high-quality photographic images on a variety of papers and other display materials

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Assistant Professor

- PG. Diploma in Cinematography and currently pursuing Masters in MAJMC from IGNOU
Specialization - Film and Television


Assistant Professor

- Bachelor in Cinema (Direction & Script Writing)
Specialization - Film and Television

Rakesh Patra

Assistant Professor

- PG diploma in Sound and TV Engineering
Specialization - Film, Animation, Visual Communication

What Does A Film And TV Production Course in India Entail?

Writing, photography, music, design, acting, and other art disciplines are used in film and television production courses. However, at its core is the pure power of imagination. The curriculum allows students to gain firsthand experience with numerous aspects of film and television production, including conceptualizing, producing, scripting, filming, and editing.

The curriculum of film and tv production course in India teaches students how to make both fiction and documentary films. In addition, it teaches students about the history and significant movements in Indian and global film. We at the Parul Institute of Design focus on building students' skill sets required for planning, managing, filming, and editing films of various genres for varied audiences.

Students graduate as specialists in all parts of film and television production, including pre-production (conceptualizing, creating, and composing screenplays), production (recording and filming), and postproduction (editing). The course imparts:
  • Domain expertise in filmmaking, television, and OTT platforms
  • Ability to apply the information to fiction and non-fiction filmmaking, advertising, and other cinematic disciplines, digital distribution, and television broadcast.
  • Exhibit strong verbal and nonverbal types of modern communication abilities.
  • Show that you know how to use modern tools and strategies to connect successfully with your target audience.
  • Identify, formulate, study, and evaluate problems in order to arrive at logical conclusions and answers to real-world problems and difficulties.
  • Understand the relevance of values and ethics in filmmaking and television production, as well as the morality of helping society and the community for long-term growth.
  • Show team spirit and instill leadership traits so that you may contribute both independently and as part of a team or group of media professionals.
  • Determine, formulate, investigate, and evaluate the literature and issues in order to arrive at logical and inventive answers and findings.
  • Develop into a lifetime learner by staying current on information, skills, and technology.
Students graduate as specialists in all parts of film and television production, including pre-production (conceptualizing, creating, and composing screenplays), production (recording and filming), and postproduction (editing). The course imparts:

Director of photography Film/video editor

Broadcast/film/video lighting technician

Media researcher and location manager

Producer of music

Broadcasting/film/video runner

Broadcasting/film/video sound technician

Producer of television/movies/videos

Starting a career in film production can be difficult due to the high level of competition for jobs. Work experience is critical for developing your CV, portfolio/showreel, and expanding your networking prospects. Working as a runner on film sets, assisting production workers is a great opportunity to learn about the production process and make useful contacts in the business.

Use academic projects to establish a portfolio of work. As part of your degree program, there may be possibilities for work experience or field visits both in India and abroad. You might also participate in local film festivals. All of this may be utilized to demonstrate your excitement and skill for the task when applying for more work experience opportunities, which can be tough to obtain at times.

Showcase your work to industry people wherever possible, such as in contests and festivals. Make the most of all networking and contact possibilities, and submit your CV to as many production firms as possible.

Career Prospects

With demand for film and tv designers increasing day by day, a wide range of opportunities are opening up for students who want to pursue product designing.

Film Producer

Sound Manager

Lighting Director

Video Editor



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