Unit 22 task 1 worksheet

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Unit 22 task 1 worksheet

  1. 1. Unit 22: Single Camera Techniques Assignment 1 Task SheetTask 1In order to show understanding of features of single camera production you will researchthe following areas highlighted below. You must produce a detailed definition and arelevant contemporary example (within the last 5 years) of a film or television text wherenecessary. Each point must contain a minimum of one example.All research must be illustrated with still images, production stills or promotional imagesrelating to the issues and texts being discussed. You must use detailed technical terminologyand vocabulary at all times.Remember to reference your sources at all times.Single camera productionWhat is single camera production and why is it used? What are the benefits of single cameraproduction and what are the potential problems or issues with this style of shooting? Giveexamples of productions created with single camera techniques.Multi camera productionWhat is multi-camera production and why is it used? What are the benefits of multi-cameraproduction and what are the potential problems or issues with this style of shooting? Giveexamples of productions created with multi- camera techniques.Series, Serial & Single dramaGive a clear definition of these three formats with a contemporary example for each.Remember to highlight differences in each format in terms of its use of narrative devicesand structures.Genre and sub-genreWhat are genres? Why are they important for audiences and producers of media texts?What are the most popular genres in film and television today? How are genres able to stayrelevant and interesting to modern audiences? Pick one genre and use is to give a definitionof sub-genre. Use a wide range of examples to illuminate your discussions.
  2. 2. TipsYour research should be around 4 pages of A4 in length. Remember to include all yourreferences at the end of your work with clear indications in the research as to where yourinformation has come from.Useful linkswww.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/ www.itv.com/itvplayer/ www.boxofficemojo.comwww.imdb.com www.barb.co.uk/

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