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Audiovisual Media

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School offers international education with a variety of curricular options leading to careers or graduate studies in the dynamic world of television, broadcast journalism and film. The Media programme is well established; with 15 years of experience, it has already seen its graduates placed in many important positions in the Baltic media scene. Studies take place in a multicultural environment, with students working side-by-side with professors and fellow students from many different countries. The Media curriculum offers a good balance between practical and theoretical studies. Student productions and creative assignments are developed and produced in teams, using up-to-date equipment and newly built production facilities.

The intake of students is organized in to two specialty modules: ’creative’ and ’technical’. The students of the Creative module will study scriptwriting, directing, editing and production. The Technical module contains cinematography, sound recording and –design, lighting and color correction. Besides the specialty modules all students study compulsory and elective courses. 
The selection of the students into either Creative Module or Technical Module is done the right from the admission. In specific assignments the students have to qualify for either one track or the other.
What is a jump cut?

An editing technique that creates discontinuity between two shots, mostly used in opposition to the classic Hollywood invisible editing style.

Here is a youtube link to an example from Godard's "Breathless":

Important information

Duration: 3 years
Tuition fee: € 2000 per semester

More information about the Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School.

Contact us
  • Specific questions regarding the programme should be directed to the Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School’s Media Department:
    Ms. Kea Kiviraijuja
    Phone: +372 6199 563
    E-mail: media....at....tlu.ee
  • For additional guidelines regarding admission procedure please contact the international admission specialist.
    E-mail: admissions....at....tlu.ee
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Important information

  • Tuition fee: € 2000 per semester
  • Duration: 3 years
  • Study language: English