Graduation project

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
306GPR Z 18 500CS English summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit


Mode of study

exercises, practice

Prerequisites and co-requisites


Course contents

Students should be able to demonstrate their ability to compose an engaging and understandable short film that will attest to their ability to work on larger films in the future. As with film storytellers in the working world, students should be able to properly complete tasks on time, to make proper judgments regarding realization of their ideas, and to appropriately manage the time of their co-workers, both in pre-production, on-set and especially in post-production. Before the realization of this project, students are expected to understand editing technology, and the core of film language to a Master extent, so that their time in the editing room can be employed for more in-depth and exploratory decisions.

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Assessment methods and criteria

Film projects will be evaluated by a faculty committee. (Presentation of the graduation project ready for potential festival presentation. Discussion, evaluation and feedback.)



Further information

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