FILM2055 Production Workshop I (3 units)
This course adopts a holistic approach to teach students the basic knowledge and skills of narrative filmmaking through lectures and technical workshops. The lectures cover film production theories and film aesthetics. The workshops teach students the technical skills to develop story ideas based on their daily life experience, and to then translate their scripts into moving images and sound to tell a coherent story. Students are guided through the stages of story development, pre-production, principal shooting and post-production. Along the way, they learn basic film techniques, including cinematography, lighting, editing, sound recording, directing and producing. Case studies are presented to illustrate key concepts and techniques. By the end of the course, having made three short films, students are expected to have competence in basic film production.
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