Visual preparation of feature film 1

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
304VP1 Z 2 24/s Czech winter

Subject guarantor

Jindřich KOČÍ

Name of lecturer(s)

Jindřich KOČÍ

Learning outcomes of the course unit

Camera instruction.

Mode of study

Creativity activities.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

None

Course contents

Instruction takes place in blocks according to individual studies. Instruction takes place with Costuming and Make-up students.

  1. FILM SET-DESIGN

ONDŘEJ NEKVASIL

  1. Art department- hierarchy, function
  2. Development of studios - natural light, sound artificial light
  3. Project- assignment

JINDŘICH KOČÍ

  1. Art of reading in drawings, 3D visualization, application in Sketch-up
  2. Structure in studios, execution
  3. WORKSHOP structures, textures - 3 class hours

Location: Barrandov, dílny

Asst. Stránský

RADMILA IBLOVÁ

  1. Physical culture
  2. Historically authentic structures and interiors
  3. History of construction elements - windows, doors.
  4. FILM COSTUMING

„ Costume design as a comprehensive discipline“

A block of 4 lectures and practice exercises aimed primarily at stduents from the Camera Dept, but appropriate for other studies.

Introductory lecture in PowerPoint presentation with a wealth of image material, will cover costumes and costuming in a wider context; as an important contemporary art discipline in film, theatre and live events and will focus on color film.

The second lecture will cover costuming on B/W film, graphic, material and structural specifics.

Practice class in film costuming demonstrates work with material, structure, models, color, light and interference issues. As well, the importance of patina and transformation of newly produced costumes in authentic films.

The final class is intended for group work with material acquired in the entire block, discussion, evaluation and an understanding of the field and practical use in student further practice.

  1. FILM MAKE-UP

ZDENĚK KLIKA

Mask and make-up in film

I. Lecture

  1. Introduction to the purpose and process of creating a character in a film drama figure by artistic makeup artist using the appropriate makeup
  2. Creation of a drama character using makeup according to the script and idea of the director and follow-up linking to the costume designer and architect
  3. Working with the set designer, proposals, makeup and camera tests. Creating continuity
  4. Developing and changing makeup according to character development and events, aging, etc.
  5. Collaborating professions in recording

II. lectuire

1.Makeup in film: Why was there makeup in B/W cinema film? Why is there makeup today?

  1. Civilian makeup
  2. Historical makeup/fables/ with se of hair and whiser supplements
  3. Stylized makeup
  4. Detailed special make-up : tears, sweat, bruises, scratches
  5. SFX efekty v masce
  6. SPECIAL EFFECTS IN FILM

MARTIN OBERLÄNDER

Presents fundamental film effects such as rain, wind, snow, fire, smoke, explosions, shots....., work process explanation, demonstration of selected effects.

Presumed location is directly on the location in preparing days before recording when it is possible to see effect preparations in practice.

If none available, instruction will take place at a Rudna u Prahy

COORDINATION INSTRUCTION:

PETRA LEBDUŠKOVÁ 608 060 020, petra.lebduskova@studiofamu.cz

Recommended or required reading

žádné

Assessment methods and criteria

Credit is awarded for submission and presentation of the required study and group exercises before the summary commission.

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Further information

No schedule has been prepared for this course

The subject is a part of the following study plans