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TV Production (Direction): Course Outline

The course aims to equip students with skills for design, management and production control, as well as planning and technical processes .

Course Contents

 

  • Television
    • History of TV: Evolution from Storytelling
    • Theater, Radio and Film       
  • Narrative Techniques & Dramaturgy
    • Content and Form
    • Point of View
    • Elements of Audio-Visual Narrative
  • Director’s Roles
    • As Artist
    • As Psychologist
    • As Technical Adviser
    • As Coordinator         
  • How to Direct
    • Sense of Direction
    • Director’s Terminology
    • Methods    
  • Television Grammar
    • 180 Rule
    • Jump Shots-Do’s and Don’ts              
  • Continuity
    • Of Dress
    • Direction
    • Lighting
    • Sound          
  • Basic Lighting
    • Mood Lighting
    • Add Ones
    • Separation 
  • Shots Size
    • Composition
    • Interpretation
    • Impact
    • Shot Framing            
  • TV Language
    • Jargon
    • Terminology
    • Production Rhetoric
    • Rhetoric of the Scene
    • Interpretation through Audio-Video
    • Devices Used            
  • Genres/ Formats
    • Interviews
    • Documentaries
    • Shows
    • Music
    • Drama          
  • Single Camera Production
    • Planning
    • Visualization
    • Location
    • Shooting     
  • Multi Camera Production
    • Studio Recording
    • Sets
    • Studio Geography  
  • Documentary
    • Idea
    • Research
    • Reconnaissance
    • Treatment
    • Packaging
    • What makes a Good Documentary?
    • Styles
    • Ratio/ Proportion
    • Scripting      
  • Drama
    • Text
    • Sub Text
    • Casting
    • Acting          
  • Editing and Finished Product
    • Techniques
    • Styles
    • Mixing
    • Graphics      

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