|Delivery Type||Delivery length / details|
|Practical||10 x 2 hour workshops|
|Assessment Type||Assessment length / details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment||Video Project||60%|
|Semester Assessment||Written Assignment and Supporting Documentation (Diary)||40%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Creative Portfolio including showreel||60%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Written Assignment and Supporting Documentation (Diary)||40%|
On successful completion of this module students should be able to:
1. Demonstrate a knowledge of, and ability to create, a wide variety of televisual forms.
2. Identify and articulate intended outcomes for a television production. These outcomes will focus on: storytelling, visual/editorial styles and appropriate production techniques.
3. Demonstrate technical and logistical competence across single-camera production.
4. Evaluate and assess production work, demonstrating an ability to offer and take constructive criticism.
The module aims to deepen craft skills in camera work and editing practices as well as developing the roles and responsibilities in order to work effectively and co-operatively as a production team.
The module also aims to raise standards of professionalism in production work, presentations and pitches.
Week 2: Interviewing
Week 3: Storytelling
Week 4: Pitching
Week 5: Researching
Week 6: Group Tutorials - Preperation
Week 7: Lecture - Catchup and Filming
Week 8: Group Tutorials - Filming / Editing
Week 9: Group Tutorials - Editing / Dubbing
Week 10: Final Project Screenings / Feedback
|Skills Type||Skills details|
|Application of Number|
|Communication||The student will develop writing skills in the creation of their scripts. As they are based on teamwork, the workshops will involve high-level communication skills. There will also be discussion of screened work and related topics, along with the critique of students' own scripts. Students will be encouraged to discuss with increasing precision and sophistication.|
|Improving own Learning and Performance||The course will require the critique of all areas of the production work, from direction to editing. Moreover, the course requires that students discuss the work produced at the script stage. The students will be encouraged to adjust their work in response to this assessment. The written assignment/critical essay will evaluate the video piece.|
|Information Technology||Journals, scripts and proposals will be word-processed. Digital Video footage will be edited on a computer using Avid Media Composer. Other applications and computer technologies may well be involved, depending on the student's particular production project.|
|Personal Development and Career planning||The students work in professionally-defined roles in workshops and assessed exercises, and therefore gain a sense of professional media production.|
|Problem solving||Students will be presented with opportunities to address a range of directorial and cinematographic problems during the weekly workshops. More specifically, students will consider storytelling, appropriate directing and editing techniques. Furthermore, in producing the work, students will gain experience of solving the particular logistical, budgetary and technical problems involved in production.|
|Research skills||Producing the video work requires research into a wide range of TV production, critical-theoretical works, as well as historical, social and cultural materials. Shooting and editing the videos will involve research into the technical systems used in their creation.|
|Subject Specific Skills||Pre-production skills will be developed through the conception and planning of multiple productions. Single-camera production skills will be brought to a higher level. Editing skills will be developed through the postproduction of video work.|
|Team work||The workshop involves group work in the planning and execution of production work. The production of videos will involve very close collaboration.|
This module is at CQFW Level 5