A.F.7600 Narrative Storytelling (3 units)
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This professional course aims at training future media workers to identify good narrative material for producing; provides structured understanding in writing and directing contemporary motion picture formats, namely feature films, TV dramas, “webisodes”, “micro movies” and short web videos, etc. Through lectures and hands-on exercises, students will be able to identify the needed ingredients of a commercially successful narrative work. They will be able to apply script writing and directing techniques learned from this course in their producing career as well as personal creative work.
Students will learn to analyse a screenplay; break down the action beats; and treat the material with cinematic pacing in mind. Students will be more familiar with the production protocols and the entertainment industry in general. Through in-class practices they will be able to handle professional actors and pull out better performance from nonprofessional talent as well through audition and rehearsal. As the camera and imaging is the essential of modern media, use of camera and visual elements in general will be addressed throughout the course.
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