Comm 14 Syllabus - Fall 2005

Comm 14 Syllabus - Fall 2005 - Introduction to Media...

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Introduction to Media Production Communication Studies 14 Fall 2005 Lecture - TR 12:30PM-01:45PM Swain 01A Laboratory Sections - Fridays, 9am, 10am, 11am Swain 108A 1)Introduction/Aesthetic s 7) WWW ; Intro. Analog and Digital ; Reference Audio sampling ; Compression Midterm review 18) Video Image 27) Transfers 2)Stages of Production Production Aesthetics Production Guidelines 8) Copyrights in a digital age ; Compression 13) Composition;Framin g 19) Film Camera 22) Editing ; Editing Aesthetics ; 28) Animation ; ; Animation 2 ; Motion ; Principles 3)Production Team People/Jobs 9) Sound- Aesthetics; Mics ; EM spectrum 14) Director intro ; Transitions 20) Film etc. 23) Film editing FINAL REVIEW 4)Writing/Planning01 10) Audio 02 ; Mic Selection ; Signal Proc. 15) Lighting ; Reading Links 21) Stock 24) Digital editing 5)Writing/planning02 11) Audio03 ; Temporal Fusion 16) Mise-en-scene 25) Digital additions 6)Writing/Planning03 12)Audio04 17) TV; HDTV Video Camera 26) Edit addend appt.
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View Full Document Right Arrow Icon .edu e. It is your responsibility to check it often. tend the Lab in order to pass this course! Please register for a lab section if you have not done so already. turn when you want some quick information or suplemental readings: / d Entering: Land Your First Job in Film Production. Los Angeles: Lone Eagle Publishing. 1997. Available on line at e. The Guerilla Film Makers Handbook, 2ndEdition. London: Continuum Press. 2000. Available on line at: www.add d. The Filmmaker's Handbook: A Comprehensive Guide for the Digital Age. New York: Plume. 1999. Available on assignments, and hands-on process-centered projects, this course offers an introduction to the basic principles and e plores the challenges of production across a multitude of aesthetic approaches and media, investigating the possibil xts in which they are employed. By engaging in all steps of the production process, Introduction to Media Production eative expression, working collaboratively, and developing critical lenses for examining the making and consumption s) a composite of two examinations, two written projects, one required video, one additional project (TBA), and attendan 5-1,000 = A; 900-925 = A-; 875-900 = B+; 825-875 = B; 800-825 = B-; 775-800 = C+; 725-775 = C; 700-725 = C-; etc due date. All work will be collected at the beginning of class and considered late after 12:30 pm. The point allocatio y Oct. 13 : 200 points 3 12:00 P.M. , 300 points pt. 27 : 250-500 words, 100 points ment, Tues. Nov. 22 4-6 pages, 175 points ion and attendance, lab projects: 225 points ltiple choice questions and the Final Exam will consist of 60 multiple choice questions. All students should bring a s ords plore, develop, and announce to the world the underlying philosophies and strategic positions that inform
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  • Fall '05
  • Film editing, UNC Honor Code, Film Production Aesthetics, Production Team People/Jobs, Camera Production Guidelines

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