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AMC340 - Major Creative Project

Unit details

Year2017 unit information
Enrolment modes:Trimester 2: Burwood (Melbourne)
Credit point(s):2
EFTSL value:0.250
Unit chair:

Dirk De Bruyn


ACM327 or AMC300 and at least one level 1 ACM or AMC unit and two level 2 ACM or AMC units from within the A353 compulsory core units



Incompatible with:


Contact hours:

1 x 4 hour Seminar per week


This unit follows from and completes creative work carried out in the first trimester unit AMC300 and forms the second half of a two-unit creative research and production module. Students will engage in professional creative production tasks involving (team) management principles, research methodology, project development, pre-production and production management on projects followed through to their realisation. Under staff supervision, students individually or in groups will develop their project from work already carried out in ACM300 (e.g. proposal, conception, research and planning) to full development and presentation in the form of a major project (short film). Peer review is an important part of the professional development of creative arts practitioners. Students are expected to work toward folio standards to produce a short film that could be accepted and screened in a number of industry contexts, such as an animation festival (e.g. MIAF). All students will present their final work in a formal screening context.


Proposal (pitch), 5 minute oral presentation, 20%

Work in progress report, 1600 word equivalent, 20%

Major creative project: presentation screening, 50%

Post Production Script 800 word equivalent, 10%

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