Fundamentals of Film and Television-Direction II
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Area of Study
Communication, Mass Communications, Public Relations, Radio/Television/Film
Taught In English
PrerequisitesSTUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO HAVE COMPLETEDPractical course with an extensive use of production facilities and software, sound equipment, video cameras and TV studio. Basic knowledge of technical aspects of videomaking is recommended.
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits3
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units4
Hours & Credits
OverviewCOMPETENCES AND SKILLS THAT WILL BE ACQUIRED AND LEARNING RESULTS.1. Capacity for the implementation of the elements and the fundamental processes of audiovisual narrative.2. Competency in multi audiovisual projects.3. Competency programs put on display at the television studio.4. Transversal skills: teamwork skillsDESCRIPTION OF CONTENTS: PROGRAMMEAn intensive study of the craft of directing for film and television, filmmaking, and audiovisual creation with anemphasis on scriptwriting, production planning, creative development and the shooting and editing of short video works. In-class exercises, theory, technical classes, and film screenings will lead to the production of a final video work by each student.LEARNING ACTIVITIES AND METHODOLOGYEnglish Group Professor: Belén GonzálezASSESSMENT SYSTEMAttendance 5%Class participation 10%Technical competence 15%Assignments 50%Final video assignment 20%% end-of-term-examination: 40% of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals): 60
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