The Master’s Degree in Documentary at ESCAC provides students with an immersion in the practical and theoretical dimensions of the different formats of today’s documentary filmmaking.
With the advent of new broadcasting platforms, the documentary is in a period of transformation and adaptation. Today, more than ever, documentaries offer a vision of the realities of this world, and are for the first time accessible to the hardest-to-reach markets.
As creatives developing in a media landscape that is being transformed by new technologies, we are aware of the importance of better understanding how we can position our documentaries in a broader and more viable context.
The diversification of formats and the opening of markets allow us to propose diverse stories and content. The frontiers, in terms of content, language, territory and medium, are currently very narrow. This change can be perceived as a creative source and can be materialised through the content of a programme made up of three main axes, which are our main bases.
At the end of the Master’s Degree, students will be able to:
University graduates in Audiovisual Communication, Fine Arts or other university degrees related to the audiovisual field.
Students with a keen interest in the creation and sale of documentaries in different formats and markets.
Students from film schools or artistic disciplines.
Students with a Higher Degree in audiovisual projects and shows or equivalent.
Professionals with proven experience in the audiovisual sector who wish to switch or update their discipline.
Professionals in the film or audiovisual sector who want to delve deeper into the practice of documentary filmmaking.
Applicants for the Master’s Degree in Documentary Filmmaking must submit: