Moving Image Arts

DIVE INTO THE HISTORY, THEORY AND CULTURE OF FILM.

MOVING IMAGE ARTS 2020 STARTS SOON!

Moving Image Arts (MIA) AS level qualification is an Applied Subject that examines the history, techniques and creative impact of film, whilst offering the knowledge and skills to enable learners to make their own films.

The qualification is developed and accredited by the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) in Northern Ireland.

The course studied across two units; each learner compiles a portfolio of work that includes a short film, as well as completing an online exam focusing on the history, techniques and theory of film.

MIA will run on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from the week beginning 14th September 2020 until May 2021.

The course is free and open to young people aged 16 to 25 in Glasgow with a passion for film, no matter their background or previous experience. Travel bursaries are also provided for those from low to no income backgrounds, and from rural communities. 

We are following government Covid 19 guidelines closely, and have put measures in place that will allow us to safely deliver this course in person. However, there may be some blended learning via virtual classes if guidelines change or we find it a more beneficial way of working. If blended learning is a problem for you, please don’t let that stop you applying. Get in touch and we can discuss any queries: madaboutmovies@gmacfilm.com

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Applications are now open for this years MIA course! Click below!

Closing date is Thursday, August 27th.

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Moving Image Arts is funded by Screen Scotland.