It doesn't really mean much, there isn't very much hands on experience and when there is they don't teach you how to do it. You have to just research films, which I'm sure is great if its what you want to do. If you want to make films don't bother:
Teachers are lovely, classes are fun.
Not a lot of room for production projects - teachers give you a manual instead of classes on equipment. 1 project in 3 years. Film has only just been included in the art exhibition which it should have been part of all along.
Really enjoying my course so far, as an organised person the lack of organisation occurs a little too often for me. Things are quite guided in what you choose to do so far, but still a lot of work needs to be put in in your own time
Came away from my course feeling really dissatisfied. Wish I had changed courses while I'd had the chance. Course left me feeling dispassionate about pursuing a career in the media - something I'd previously wanted to do for years