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Commonwealth supported: AUD $6,870.00
Domestic fee paying: AUD $19,150.00
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Allows students to combine theory and practice in studying film, cinema, television and new media.
Units are offered in video production, film theory and scriptwriting. Students have the opportunity to specialise in these areas.
This major provides opportunities for developing creative expression, vocational skills within the film and video industries, and critical understanding and appreciation of these media.
It trains students to think critically, to work collaboratively, to use new technologies and to develop a portfolio of their own work.
Film Director, Film Editor, Film Producer, Film Critic, Television Producer, Cinematographer, Scriptwriter, Media Teacher, Media Support Officer
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
A Film and Video major allows students to combine theory and practice in studying film, cinema, television and new media. Units are offered in video production, film theory and scriptwriting. Students have the opportunity to specialise in these areas. This major provides opportunities for developing creative expression, vocational skills within the film and video industries, and critical understanding and appreciation of these media. It trains students to think critically, to work collaboratively, to use new technologies and to develop a portfolio of their own work.
|FAV1101||Introduction to Digital Video||15|
|FAV2101||Introduction to Video Production||15|
|FAV2201||Video Production: Drama and Documentary||15|
|FAV3301||Advanced Video Production 1||15|
|FAV3401||Advanced Video Production 2||15|
|FAV1111||Film and Cinema Studies||*||15|
|SCR2116||Australian Screen Studies||*||15|
|CMM2107||Documentary, Film and Television||*||15|
|FAV3116||Animation and Filmosophy||*||15|
|FAV2102||Scriptwriting: Short Films||15|
|FAV2203||Scriptwriting: Television Drama||15|
|FAV3204||Scriptwriting: Adaptation, Editing and Commissioned Content||15|
|FAV3206||Scriptwriting: Feature Films||15|
|PAM1013||Theatre Workshop 1||15|
|PAM2103||Theory of Directing||15|
|PAM3219||Acting for Camera||15|
|BRO2026||Finding Context in Reportage||15|
|HIS3101||Human Rights: Struggles for Global Justice||15|
|JOU2103||Media Law and Ethics||15|
|PHO2221||Advanced Digital Photomedia||15|
|FAV3231||Digital Video 2||15|
|MTQ1110||Desktop Music Production||15|
|MTQ1118||Digital Audio and Sampling Techniques||15|
|MTQ3114||Music for Film and Video||15|
|PAM1002||Technical Theatre 1||15|
|FAS1101||Materials and the Body||15|
|VIS1303||Introduction to Drawing||15|
|TDD2102||3D Design Practices: Materiality||15|
|CMM2124||Media and Nation||15|
|MST2150||Media in Asia||15|
|CMM3129||Contemporary Issues in Culture||15|
|MST3151||Media and Identity||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: