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    • Learning and skills development in 1st 8 weeks of AS PRACTICAL SKILLS Still and video camera skills Framing, shot composition/ camera movement/ creativity Working with sound and lighting Editing/ Continuity sfx titling consideration of soundtrack Use of Premiere, After FX, Encore Storyboarding, constructing a simple sequence/construction of a narrative
    • Blogging podcasting uploading to and use of Youtube Photoshop CS3 – introduction and experiment with stills Research, planning and evaluation Production processes and practices, working in groups, setting up coursework, project development THEORETICAL CORE Semiotics, signs and signifiers, codes, Barthes, Levi-Strauss Denotation and connotation Textual analysis, process of deconstruction
    • Anchorage Audience issues: consumption, pleasures, target audience appeal – dominant/alternative readings Narrative Todorov etc & construction of narrative Genre codes and conventions Generic character/theme/iconography Film production Style Opening sequences: function and form Institutions: institutional practs, finance, lifecycle of film Film marketing + distribution Branding, narrative image
    • Editing – styles and for meaning  genre & meaning Representation – intro theory