Film Style Tutorial 03

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  • This is the session for whole-of-group project updates and check-ins. Refer to the Teams doc on the BB site to see who is the Team Leader (TL) of the relevant teams.
  • During the meeting sessions, go around and check in on each team. See how they’re going, make sure they’re generally on the right track. Have they defined their subcategories clearly enough? Are their roles within the teams clear?
  • During the meeting sessions, go around and check in on each team. See how they’re going, make sure they’re generally on the right track. Have they defined their subcategories clearly enough? Are their roles within the teams clear?
  • During the meeting sessions, go around and check in on each team. See how they’re going, make sure they’re generally on the right track. Have they defined their subcategories clearly enough? Are their roles within the teams clear?
  • Film Style Tutorial 03

    1. 1. SCME 3004 History of film style Tutorial Three
    2. 2. schedule • 2:00-2:15 Roll call - Video Submission • 2:15-2:30 Production 1 – Reflection: Your skills • 2:30-2:45 Reflection: Your Reputation • 2:45-3:00 Learning Outcomes: evaluation • 2:45–3:00 Essay – aspects of analysis • 3:00-3:30 Ways of making films change • 3:30- 4:00 Ideas behind making films change • 4:00–4:15 Relevance of film history • 4:15-4:30 How to extend your Film making skills
    3. 3. Video submission - Video is .MPEG4 - Sound is .MP3 - 16X9 (1280×720) - 2D (not 3D) - File on SD card. Bring to Tutorial 3 (Nov. ) if you need help converting to this file type - Fill in cover sheet and hand-in SD card at the basement - http://www.scs.cuhk.edu.hk/flinders/bca/SCME3004.htm Administration -> Cover sheet
    4. 4. Reflection – Your skills “You’re only as good as your last job” Three challenges confront the freelance professional : 1) Establishing one's reputation by consistently producing quality work; 2) Expanding one's skill base by getting more challenging projects 3) Developing a network of personal contacts by initiating and maintaining relationships. - Did you learn various skills are just stick to what you already knew? - Can you work with anybody or just with people like you? - Are you flexible, or do other people have to do change to your way of doing?
    5. 5. Reflection - Your Reputation “Building a reputation and developing a network evolve simultaneously. A reputation is established by performing quality work involving a variety of circumstances and people. Each job requires a participant to secure another invitation to do a movie; thus, building and maintaining a reputation are critical steps”. (C. Jones, 1996 p.65) - Based on performance on this production who would you invite back to make another movie and who would you not? Why? - Imagine you are a stranger observing the shoot. Would that stranger invite YOU back to the next job?
    6. 6. Learning Outcomes LO1: display the ability to analyse and discuss, in oral and written forms, formal components of the cinema LO2: demonstrate a more detailed understanding of the possibilities involved in cinematography, staging, editing and sound design LO3: have a more detailed historical understanding of the cinema
    7. 7. ESSAY - Aspects of analysis 1. Describing component parts and developing vocabulary 2. How elements relate to each other, how they function together in the film 3. How films, and ideas about how to make them, change--film history
    8. 8. Ways of Making Films change Colour as an intrinsic tool (1:38 – 2:37) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7MdPJqEOU4 Mattes, green-screen & compositing (1:50 – 4:37, 14:36 – 17:15) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8aoUXjSfsI&feature=share
    9. 9. Ideas behind making films change Why we watch films: (1:27 – 3:27) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9KywJ9c3X4 Horror: (2:50 – 5:14) (11:45-13:50) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcAfzK4YPSI
    10. 10. Relevance of Film History The Changing Format of Screenplays (0:21-9:20, 13:20-14:27) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5I3Tq9j29c
    11. 11. References Image – Peter Greenaway montage http://www.culturalclassic.it/html3/dettaglio_news.aspx?iddettaglio=2593&myband=47 Image - Graduate Qualities http://www.tft.ucla.edu/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/graduate-film-300-slider.jpg Image – SD Card http://msy.com.au/default.jsp?category=80 Image - Assessment http://www.rdpusa.com/page/2 Careers in project networks: The case of the film industry C Jones - 1996 Colour as an intrinsic tool / Horror / Mattes, green-screen & compositing / The Changing Format of Screenplays FilmmakerIQ.com Why we watch films Pen Densham – Youtube.com

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