course contents

course contents

1 \ Module 1: course contents

  • 1.1 Language units
  • 1.2 Types of planes
  • 1.3 Image analysis.
  • 1.4 Time and continuity.
  • 1.5 Narrative.

2 \ Module 2: course contents

  • 2.1 The audiovisual equipment.
  • 2.2 From the scriptwriter to the producer.
  • 2.3 History of assembly.
  • 2.4 Market trends: From traditional TV to the Internet.

3 \ Module 3: course contents

  • 3.1 The audiovisual script.
  • 3.2 Character construction
  • 3.3 Text and subtext.¬†Dialogue and monologue.
  • 3.4 The narrative structure.
  • 3.5 The plot
  • 3.6 The narrator.

4 \ Module 4

  • 4.1 Types of script.
  • 4.2 Audiovisual direction.
  • 4.3 Film genres.
  • 4.4 Television genres.
  • 4.5 New sectors.

5 \ Module 5

  • 5.1 Write a good script
  • 5.2 Changes in the script of the XXI century.

6 \ Module 6

  • 6.1 Softwares.
  • 6.2 Legal aspects.
  • 6.3 Present your project.
  • 6.4 Financing your project

7 \ PREPARATION OF THE FINAL PROJECT

You can choose between two options:

  • Write a script focused on a television show
  • Write a script focused on cinema

In both cases, you will have to write the literary, technical and story script. The objective is that in the previous practical exercises you are already outlining the characters or arguments of this final project.

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