Students are supposed to demonstrate their understanding and ability to create a video work through camerawork, sound recording, pre and post production techniques, and the development of both linear and non-linear narratives. They will also demonstrate their understanding of various techniques fundamentals through in-class workshops, presentations and technical assignments.
Students will be assessed by:
60%: Continuous assessment of weekly exercises designed to aid students demonstrate, in an organised and systematic workflow, the various technique fundamentals in class. Assignments may include designing storyboards, proposing locations for scouting and the potential logistics management required, quizzes on logging, data management and creating sequences, and proficiency tests for post-production softwares.
30%: Final Assessment in the form of a video work will be created by each student. Assessment criteria will include the display of adequate understanding of video and sound recording, pre and post production techniques, the development of both linear and non-linear narratives, a systematic workflow put in place from pre to post production and to mastering and finalising, the artist’s intention and motivation for the conceptualisation of the final work.
10%: Class Participation through in-class discussions, presentations and peer evaluation. Student should actively participate in discussions, feedback on their peers’ presentation and sharing.