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FAV2101 Introduction to Video Production
Credit Points: 15
IMM1123 Introduction to Multimedia Development
Students explore the basic critical and aesthetic possibilities of film/video through an introduction to some of the elementary forms, conventions and practices of film/video production. Students should note that while film is studied, the technical production format is video. Students receive practical instruction in both studio and location production techniques before working in small groups on a short drama project.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
MAFVIDFilm and Video Major
SMCFVDFilm and Video 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIFVIDFilm and Video Minor
MAFVIFilm and Video Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004