UNIT 11: PREPARING FOR PROGRESSION

TUESDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER 2016- FRIDAY 16TH DECEMBER 2016

PART ONE: Understanding Progression Routes

  1. Self- Audit and Goal Setting

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2) Developing your Knowledge:

a) I managed to find more than five universities offering media courses that I am interesting in studying:

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UNIVERSITY OF HERTFORDSHIRE provide some courses I would like to studying and they are:

a) Film and TV production: BA (Hons) Film and Television (Production) with Optional Sandwich Placement / Study Abroad BA (Hons) which is the undergraduate. However, the length of studying are different; if studying for full time, you have a three years. However, you can spend four years on the ‘sandwich’ which means you have to divide four years for university, work experience and another year for university.  http://www.herts.ac.uk/courses/film-and-television-production

b) MA Film and Television (MA) which is postgraduate. If studying for full time you have to spend  one year studying on this course. If doing part time, you have to be studying for two years. http://www.herts.ac.uk/courses/ma-film-and-television

c) BA (Hons) Visual Effects for Film and Television with Optional Sandwich Placement/ Study Abroad BA (Hons) which is undergraduate for ‘sandwich’ over four years. http://www.herts.ac.uk/courses/visual-effects-for-film-and-television

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Second year: Unit 9- CORPORATE VIDEO

Tuesday 13th September-Friday 11th November 2016: Working for a client

Part 1: Find, Understand and Approach a Client (Tuesday 13th-Thursday 22nd September 2016)

A) ANALYSE THE CORPORATE VIDEO: 

1. Stolen Future campaign for deaf children:

 

CORPORATE VIDEO: 

MISE EN SCENE (SETTING): Deaf school, classroom, sport field and track, studio room (music room)

  • Young deaf children with hearing aids and cochlear implants including a signer, and some oral are also involved in the video. In addition, some celebrities such as Jim Carter are involved to show their support for deaf children.
  • Each deaf child creates a short speech about their dream job when they grow up. Some of them use props such as a deaf boy whose is oral who wants to become an actor using clapper board, this shows that he is passion about about his dream despite his education possible being cut.

 

CINEMATOGRAPHY: 

  • Mid close up/ close up shot of deaf children and actor speak and sign.
  • Mid long shot of deaf boy running on the track with Paralympic silver medalist.
  • Two shots/ over the shoulders shot of the conversation between deaf boy and Paralympian.
  • Movement of the tracking shot: slow movement of deaf boy running across the track.

 

EDITINIG: 

  • In each three- five seconds. the scene of the person being interviewed, the editing get slow which represents deaf children’s eduction situation is serous and is in risky by the cut.
  • 1:16-1:18 scene is quick cut editing as it shows the two girls asking the audience to give their support the Stolen Campaign which implies that deaf children are in danger of losing their education and their dream and achievements.

 

SOUND: 

  • Involve subtitles (use type of fonts and letter size- some words are big enough to make it more visual for Deaf people to watch.
  • No jargon is involved; these words are clear and simple to understand.

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