Introduction to the study of film, television and new media. Film/media history, in terms of how it connects with storytelling strategies and types of audience engagement; a focus on film style, in terms of specific audio-visual techniques; and an introduction to the historic and contemporary film theory that has shaped screen studies.
Topics covered in the historic section of the course include: early cinema, the Hollywood studio-system, European art cinemas, narrative, spectacle, stardom, post-60s Hollywood, television, seriality, and cult audiences and media convergence. Film style is studied in relation to the uses of mise-en-scène, cinematography, editing and sound and how they create meaning. The theoretical component of the course includes an introduction to genre criticism, authorship and auteurism, ideological critique, spectatorship, feminist film theory, national cinemas, globalisation and digital culture, as it shapes screen studies today.
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The following are the units that are studied in each Level.
What do you learn in Film television and new media studies?
Task one Screen Matters you will be working on Trailers and analysing different genres of trailers and understanding how trailers are made. In this Assessment and in this topic you will be learning the following:
These courses are also studied at university with cost but this is free.