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Some courses instruct on specific aspects of a job, or programs you might need to use in that role. Others look at those dream jobs you’ve always wanted to do, and serve up a slice of insight so you can learn about the realities of the industry, and how you might be able to take a place in it.
In this course you’ll find out more about the world of film, and how a commercial film director helps bring a story to the big screen. You’ll see the basics covered in a virtual classroom, and on-location via video, so you’ll see first-hand what a director does as a scene is being shot. With over five hours of course content, you’ll gain a good understanding of the Production and editorial process, and what a film director does.
What’s the deal?
Become A Commercial Film Director – R399 (valued at R3557)
Key Learning Points:
Introduction To Directing A Commercial
Evolution of film-making.
All the creative roles and art forms involved in films.
Breaking down a commercial from storyboard and budget through to execution and editing.
Explaining some of the terminology involved.
What is real and feasible on set and within budget.
A look at a standard budget form and the breakdown of a commercial budget.
Pre-Production, shooting, location expenses, equipment, talent, post-Production and elements of a budget.
Commercials that don’t have a story, and instead focus on a deal, emotion, or call to action.
Delve into framing and art direction
On Set Part 1
True to life example of an on-location table reading.
A look at the characters in the scene, where they will be, and what they will be doing.
The director’s role in portraying the visual aspects of the film.
Examining the different aspects of directing a screen, including lines of action, master shots and coverage angles.
Troubleshooting on-set with coverage and angles, challenges such as change in outside lighting from day to night.
Further coverage of directing a scene and the staged process of shooting camera angles.
A look at French overs (shooting over the back of people), and aspects of wardrobe & art direction.
Look at how to shoot in doorways.
On Set Part 2
A look at what’s involved in indoor and outdoor lighting of scenes, with examples.
Examine light sensitivity, and adjusting this on the camera.
A look at colour temperature – definition and the properties of a light source, and how this is applied in filmmaking.
Examining different camera lenses, and how to achieve ideal aperture and depth of field.
Editing A Commercial
Examining footage and choosing different takes to make the final edit.
A look at matching and jump shots in the final edit, and how they are used to create a seamless result.
Editing on Premiere Pro program.
The use of cutaway shots in a scene and how they can add impact.
Troubleshooting and ironing out mistakes in editing.
The importance of continuity.
Units of Study
Introduction to Directing a Commercial
On Set Part 1
On Set Part 2
Editing a Commercial
Valid until 31 December 2021.
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