This course will set you up for an exciting career in digital cinema, with the skills and knowledge you'll need to work within the film and television industry anywhere in the world. You'll explore the nature of storytelling through the medium of digital cinema, and learn how to evolve your ideas for professional creative work.
The course covers skill areas such as lighting design, developing story lines and treatments, directing cinematography, managing performers and crews for screen productions and editing complex screen productions. You could find yourself working on content as varied as client-based corporate projects, micro dramas, documentaries and short-form narrative films with professional actors shot on cinema standard equipment. Successful completion of this course can also create advanced standing and a pathway into bachelor degree-level study at university.
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Explore the nature of storytelling through the medium of Digital Cinema
This course provides you with the opportunity to work on varied content and will foster your skills in developing ideas, storylines and treatments, producing, directing, camera and lighting design, location sound and editing techniques.
You will be equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to work within the film and television industry. This course will also give you the opportunity to explore the nature of storytelling through the medium of digital cinema, culminating in a gala cinema screening.
The focus of the course is to create fully funded, short narrative films, with professional actors, using current industry equipment. You will also have opportunities to produce documentaries, micro dramas, and client-based projects.
Successful completion of this course may see you gain advanced standing for entry into the WA Screen Academy's Bachelor of Media & Communications at ECU.
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