This is an intensive study of the craft of directing for film and television, filmmaking, and audiovisual creation with an emphasis on scriptwriting, production planning, creative development and the shooting and editing of short video works. In-class exercises, theory, technical classes, and film screenings will lead to the production of a final video work by each student.
Units: the direction team, TV set, preproduction for TV, multicamera formats, routines, direction strategies, TV technology.
Topic I. The filmmaker and the studio
Theme II. Pre-production and documents for the preparation of formats such as daily news or multi-camera programs
Theme III. Keys for multi-camera content. display elements
Theme IV. Multi-camera technology
Topic V. Multi-camera production techniques in common formats
Theme VI. Monitoring and routines
Theme VII. Introduction to post-production notions
The development of the agenda will not take place in a linear way. The program may be taught by organizing it into didactic units that adapt to the progressive training of the students to address the projects and scheduled activities.