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Learning outcomes of the course unit
Students acquire basic information regarding film lab processing.
Mode of study
Prerequisites and co-requisites
The objective of the subject is to instruct the students about the functioning of a film laboratory, its integration in the cinematographic film production process, the production processes in film laboratories, and with equipment used to process film material and make film copies and other film laboratory products.
The emphasis is on mastering the principles and theoretical context, whereas the description of specific equipment and organizational implications is only presented on a model basis, usually in relation to the practice in one of the domestic laboratories, given the great degree of diversity of the subject.
The subject is focused predominantly on standard cinematography and work with film on photochemical principles, but it also covers topics associated with other media where related to the activities of film laboratories.
Extensive attention is paid to the contact between film labs and directors of photography.
Recommended or required reading
Anton Wilson´s: Cinema Workshop /Hollywood, 1983/
The EDCF Guide to DIGITAL CINEMA MASTERING (http://www.edcf.net/edcf_docs/edcf_mastering_guide.pdf)
Websites recommended by the lecturer
Assessment methods and criteria
The final evaluation is based on the following ratio of parameters:
Presence in lectures 10%
Results of a final semester exam 80%
Student´s activity in lectures during the semester 10%
Schedule for winter semester 2021/2022:
Room No. 225
|Date||Day||Time||Tutor||Location||Notes||No. of paralel|
|Mon||09:00–10:35||Aleš BOŠTIČKA||Room No. 225
Schedule for summer semester 2021/2022:
The schedule has not yet been prepared