Michael Dudok de Witt - dramaturgical work with students bachelor and master animation program

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
309MDW credit 2 6 seminar hours (45 min) of instruction per semester, 46 to 56 hours of self-study English summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

Renowned director Michael Dudek de Wit will help students to gain new insights and views on their bachelor projects in development stage by providing advice in the field of dramaturgy. The module is intended only for the selected 3rd year bachelor program students and master program students of Animation Department. This module is an additional input to the ongoing development stage, which is continuously consulted with the other lecturers and supervisors. Projects' supervisors will be informed about the results of this module.

Mode of study

module, individual consultations

Prerequisites and co-requisites

1/ Attending masterclasses of Michael Dudok de Wit in both days (4th and 5th of May 2022)

2/ Intelligible and clear presentation of project in development:

Director's note

Screenplay

Storyboard

Animatic

Visual designs and concepts

Projects at the beginning of the development stage do not require full amount of the listed materials, however the presentation must clearly communicate student's intentions about the film. The presentation of projects in more advanced stage might include all available materials (e.g., teasers, anim. tests, etc.)

All the materials must be provided in English. The deadline for uploading the presentations is 10th of April to the folder of one's name at this link https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1H11uJRGCaMlKNA0KVUhiDkx2uhvjpgi6?usp=sharing

Course contents

The lecturer is renowned Dutch-British director Michael Dudok de Wit. Students will get feedback to their film projects in development (bachelor films, master films, or excercise of Animation and actor).

​Students will prepare intelligible and clear presentations of their projects in development including:

Director's note

Screenplay

Storyboard

Animatic

Visual designs and concepts

Projects at the beginning of the development stage do not require full amount of the listed materials, however the presentation must clearly communicate student's intentions about the film. The presentation of projects in more advanced stage might include all available materials (e.g., teasers, anim. tests, etc.)

All the materials must be provided in English. The deadline for uploading the presentations is 10th of April to the folder of one's name at this link https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1H11uJRGCaMlKNA0KVUhiDkx2uhvjpgi6?usp=sharing

All materials will be sent to the lecturer. Based on these materials, each student will have individual consultation (~1 hour) with the lecturer. Students will inform their supervisors about the results of this consultation.

Recommended or required reading

None

Assessment methods and criteria

presentation preparation, active cooperation with the lecturer

Note

None

Further information

No schedule has been prepared for this course

The subject is a part of the following study plans