Producing and the Creative Process (FLTV90021)
Graduate courseworkPoints: 12.5On Campus (Southbank)
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Students will be introduced to the creative processes and stages in the development of film and television product. Students will be exposed to script and story analysis, trained in pitching potential film and television product as well as widening their understanding of screen theory and practical production knowledge.
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This subject will enable students to:
- extend their creative abilities and business skills;
- develop a sound understanding of the structure of the Australian Film, Television and allied industries
On completing this subject students will: • exhibit an ability for intellectual curiosity and an understanding of the creative process; • confidently communicate in oral and written form; • demonstrate story analysis skills; • exhibit the skills to interpret, analyse and problem solve; • demonstrate an understanding of screen culture; • exhibit a developed knowledge of the film, television and allied industries and how to engage with key industry players; • communicate confidently both orally and in writing for a wide variety of audience;
Last updated: 3 November 2022