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Narrative Projects 1B further develops craft skills covering major aspects of filmmaking in the Second Semester. Each student assumes responsibility for writing, directing and editing his or her production. This work is completed both creatively and technically to a professional level. Students are required to crew on other student productions within this strand of study. Students may elect to produce their Semester Two production on or off campus depending on the necessary locations. Students are also expected, when crewing on fellow student productions, to work on or off campus.
Intended learning outcomes
This subject will enable students to:
- demonstrate a knowledge of narrative filmmaking techniques and use of equipment through creative and professional application of that knowledge to a production;
- effectively understand the intensity of the filmmaking process and its impact on leadership;
- effectively understand the leadership skills required when working with a filmmaking crew;
- develop the skills specifically of a director when applying to their own production;
- manage the pre and post-production requirements both creatively and professionally.
On completing this subject students will be able to:
• plan and organise work and to solve problems;
• demonstrate developed creative and technical skills in the area of film and television;
• effectively manage competing demands on time and deliver professional standards;
• exhibit the ability to lead a team as well as participate as a member or a collaborate group while respecting individual differences;
• exhibit a developing knowledge of the film, television and allied industries;
• communicate in oral, visual and written forms;
• contribute independent and creative thought towards contemporary cultural developments and new ideas.
Last updated: 6 December 2019