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ACM213 - Genre Form and Structure

Enrolment modes:Trimester 1: Burwood (Melbourne)
Trimester 2: Burwood (Melbourne)
Credit point(s):1
EFTSL value:0.125
Unit chair:S Wilmot
Prerequisite:

Students who commenced prior to 2008 must have successfully completee two credit points in ACM111, ACM112 or ACM116. Students commencing from 2008 must have successfully completed ACM111, ACM112 and ACM116

Corequisite:

Nil

Incompatible with:

ACA213, ACM413

Note: Online teaching methods require internet access. You will need to access substantial learning resources and experiences in CloudDeakin (Deakin’s online learning environment). Compliance with the Standards in computing, connectivity and student capability are a condition on your enrolment.

Content

This unit will enable students to develop methods and approaches of realising ideas into film and video texts and in forming and structuring recorded material into creative works. It will require students to demonstrate understandings of the language of film and video and to locate filmic form and structure within the discourses of genre, style and aesthetic practice.

 

The unit will begin by covering topics such as teamwork and team management, consensus decision making, collaborative idea development and film production management. This will provide the context in which students will make a 5 to 6 minute production, shot on digital film and post-produced using digital picture and sound editing systems. Through this production, students will be required to review and analyse their working methods and their production, to make judgements about the feedback they receive and to develop appropriate responses.

Assessment

Line Producer Evaluations, 20% 800 words;

Peer & Self Assessment, 20%;

Plot & Story Pre-Script Analysis, 20%, 800 words;

Production Process: Planning, Execution & Review, 40%.

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