Seminary of Script Editing 1
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Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Learning Outcomes By the end of the course students will be able to:
- understand storyboarding
- understand film language tools and its use in context of different genres and situations
- demonstrate a practical experience with various types of editing aesthetic principles
Mode of study
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Seminar of Script Editing 1 is a workshop expanding the topics of Grammar Of Film Language 1 lectures. The students storyboard and edit various scenes from selected feature films, gaining experience in the basic trade knowledge as well as editing aesthetic principles. The program is supplemented by a summaries in lectures and debates and storyboarding assignments. Various editing principles and film language tools are explored in context of different genres and situations.
Students receive contemporary footage of a single situation and they are instructed how to deal with its challenges.
• Dialogue: Multiple Actors (Psychology vs Distance)
• Kinesthetics: The Body Language versus The Film Language
• Kinesthetics: The Body Genres (Action/Dance/Love)
• Thriller: Building Suspense
• Horror: Fear/Scare
• Creative sound and music editing (audio-visual contrapunct, editing in/off the music beats, etc..)
• Rhythm in film (rhythmic figures, rhythmic structure, building a meaning through rhythm, parallel montage)
Recommended or required reading
Footage from several movie sequences.
Assessment methods and criteria
Credit is awarded based on:
Activity in the lectures/exercises/classes/presentation
development of the tasks
completion of the final exam
minimum 80% participation in the total classes.
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Montage-1920 (required subject)