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JobsA1.com Films and television presentations aim at entertaining, informing and educating the audience and their making has to be viewed from technical, artistic as well as business angles. The producer is responsible for overseeing various activities and managing men, material and money required for this work. The director - a creative person - has to think in terms of pictures, take work from the performers in front of the camera as well as other who are behind it and we interested in reading and writing.

Production/Direction course has been designed to provide necessary education and training in the art and craft of screen presentation. Due emphasis is laid on television journalism and writing for the screen with a view to making the training of a producer/ director truly broad based. They are provided with an opportunity to face the camera during the production exercises.

SYLLABUS

  • Communication: Concept and Theories - Print, Films, Radio & Television as means of mass communication. Departments of Film making.
  • Anatomy of TV Station.
  • Who does what in films and TV.
  • Role of the director.
  • Television Programme Formats.
  • Researching for Films & TV Programmes.
  • Understanding creative use of the camera.
  • Lighting for Films and Television.
  • Recording Sound for Films & Television.
  • Elements of Make-up for Films & Television.
  • Costumes for Films & TV Programmes.
  • Graphics as a Production Element.
  • Designing Sets for Films & Television Productions.
  • Grammar of Films & Television.
  • Writing for Films & Television.
  • Television Journalism.
  • Developing Films/Television Projects.
  • Studio Production Routine.
  • Practicals & Production Exercises.

Course Fee : 7000/ Taka (Payment can be paid by installment. )

(Highly personalized program for only 15-20 participants)