Graduation Theses Seminar 1

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
203DFT1 Z 1 1T Czech winter

Subject guarantor

Ondřej NEKVASIL

Name of lecturer(s)

Ondřej NEKVASIL

Learning outcomes of the course unit

To introduce the structure of the master's thesis, analysis of a given writing. Preparations of references and other supporting documents for completing the master's thesis.

Mode of study

Consultation analysis of a given text in various aspects. Consultations on references, screenings of referenced films. Considerations of historical film works.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

No requirements.

Course contents

A graduation course with the task to introduce students to the construction of the master's thesis, manner of its development and final form. There is an analysis of a given text from a wide variety of creativity aspects.

Film and Television productions.

Recommended or required reading

What an Art Director Does, Ward Preston, Silman-James Press 1994, Los Angeles, USA

Production Design and Art Direction, Peter Ettedgui, Roto Vision SA 1998, San Francisco, USA

The Filmmaker's Guide to Production Design, Vincent LoBrutto, Allworth Press 2002, New York, USA

If It's Purple Someone's Gonna Die, Patti Bellantoni, Focal Press 2005, Oxford, UK

The Visual story, Bruce A Block, Elsevier 2008, Oxford, UK

By Design, Vincent LoBrutto, Praeger Publishers 1992, USA

The Art Direction Handbook For Film, Michael Rizzo, Focal Press 2005, USA

Designing Film, Toni Ludi, Bertz and Fischer Verlag Berlin, 2010, Germany

Designs the Movies, Ken Adam, Thames and Hudson, London 2008, UK

Assessment methods and criteria

Credit is awarded based on the quality of the presentation of one's research during the course.

Schedule for winter semester 2019/2020:

The schedule has not yet been prepared

Schedule for summer semester 2019/2020:

The schedule has not yet been prepared

The subject is a part of the following study plans