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Screen Practice 3 focuses on consolidating the creative, technical, and leadership skills of each student by providing an opportunity to practice these skills at a high level on two or more narrative productions. On these productions, students may also have the opportunity to collaborate with students from multiple disciplines across the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music. Students will further their collaborative experience by crewing for other students. Prior to completion of their studies students will take part in an industry orientation program.
Intended learning outcomes
Student who have successfully completed this subject should be able to:
- demonstrate advanced practical filmmaking skills including direction of actors, cinematography, sound recording and editing, production management, assistant directing and other fundamental principles of filmmaking;
- illustrate and apply cohesive skills on longer narrative productions;
- select and develop collaborative partnerships with other students as well as external practitioners;
- undertake and evaluate Director / Producer / Screenwriter and/or Production Designer partnerships on collaborative productions;
- demonstrate leadership skills and strategies in order to guide film productions from concept to completion;
- apply and review screenwriting techniques on longer narrative productions;
- apply self-critical skills and illustrate the ability to receive and evaluate feedback.
On completing this subject students will be able to:
- Demonstrate advanced skills in collaboration;
- Plan and organise their work to successfully realise a longer and more complex project;
- Develop an engaging and practicable screenplay;
- Demonstrate increased levels of initiative and problem solving;
- Lead a team and work collaboratively;
- Direct actors and utilise cinematic storytelling techniques to a high level of competency.
Last updated: 6 December 2019