- Technology Requirements:
- A laptop is essential for this course
- Entry Requirements:
Open Entry. However, students do need to have a genuine interest in film-making & strong literacy skills, as this is a hands-on intensive course that requires a commitment outside of normal class time.
FPR301 students cannot enter into Broadcast Production BPR301 due to a clash of achievement standards.
- Course Outline:
In general, this course gives practical and theoretical understanding of film-making. Students are encouraged to watch films and identify the decisions made by professional directors, so that they can then apply this knowledge to their own film-making.
Media Studies Achievement Standards are offered, with students able to achieve a maximum of 16 credits from this course in four internal assessments.
The course will require students to:
- Plan, film and edit one short film or documentary.
- Demonstrate their competency in the use of the camera, editing software, lighting and sound by completing a range of smaller film projects.
- Carefully study a range of films and be able to explain/analyse their meaning.
- Be able to work as part of a team and independently.
- Be able to demonstrate good time-management skills.
This course is intended for students who have a genuine interest in studying and producing film. Other courses that provide learning which can assist FPR301 are Drama, English and Social Sciences.
- Where Does It Lead:
ARA New Zealand Broadcasting School, tertiary study in film or video production; careers in marketing, advertising & public relations
- For further information see:
- Mr S Gilpin.