Character + psychology and personality profile 2

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
306CPP2 ZK 2 2 lecture hours (45 min) of instruction per week, 29 to 39 hours of self-study English summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

Learning Outcomes / By the end of the course the student will be able to:

-understand the actor's and director's work on the character as an important starting point for the work of the editor

Mode of study

seminars

Prerequisites and co-requisites

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Course contents

The course attempts to show students the entire process of creation of a dramatic character from the first reading of a script to the final outcome. This process should be viewed from the point of the actor since the beginning of his or her work, through the search of outer and inner characteristics of the character, to the final shooting of film material as a basis for the editor's work.

Crucial is the understanding of creative input of the actor and the director, as well as the editor's responsibility of maintaining this input and its comprehensibility in the final form. The same topic will be viewed from the point of the director, starting with the selection of actors, their inspiration and directing with regard to various personality types. Understanding of the actor's and director's work on the character is an important starting point for the work of the editor, who seemingly works with the finished material, but his or her participation on the outcome depends directly on his or her ability to become a part of the previous process. Knowledge from this seminar should be used and tested in practice in specialized exercises in which students themselves will assume the position of a director.

Recommended or required reading

Brenner, C. (1982). The mind in conflict. International Universities PressInc.Hardcover: 394 pages Publisher: Wiley; (January 18, 2011), Language: English, ISBN-10: 0470684712

De Lauretis, T. (1987). Technologies of gender: Essays on theory, film, and fiction (Vol. 441). Indiana University Press. Language: English; ISBN-10: 9780253204417

Niemec, R.; Wedding, D., Positive psychology at the movies II. Hogrefe Publishing 2014

Packer, S. Movies and modern psyche. Praeger 2007

Young, Skip Dine, Psychology at the Movies. Wiley-Blackwell 2012

Assessment methods and criteria

Credit is awarded based on: Activity in the lectures/exercises/classes.

Development of the given task.

Presentation and completion of the final exam.

Minimum 70% participation in the total classes.

Note

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