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Students who commenced prior to 2008 must have completed ACM111. Students who commence from 2008 onwards must have completed ACM112.
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This unit enables students to develop an understanding of the principles and practices of television studio production. By examining the context and evolution of historical and contemporary production practices, students will develop understandings of the operations and creative possibilities associated with studio production genres. Projects and exercises will be collaborative and group based with the emphasis placed on the development of pre-production planning, production management and studio production skills.
Topics will include:
Exercises and projects 70%:
A 3 week minor project and a 5 week major project, including a quiz, oral pitch and participation in group projects. Peer assessment is involved in both projects.
Written report and project evaluation, 1200 words 30%:
Students are required to reflect on their production roles and the use of genre and format.
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