This unit of study introduces you to the conceptual frameworks and technologies that shape the making of screen-based media and contemporary art practices. Through a series of lectures, seminars, tutorials and screenings you will explore the evolution of experimental film, video art and independent filmmaking from the 1960s to the present. You will engage in the production of a self-directed digital film that may be realized in any style or genre. The unit is supported by a technical program that provides you with the applied skills and competencies needed for the use of studio facilities and equipment.
1x3-hour studio class/week
individual presentation and project proposal (15%) and assessment 1 (video project) (20%) and major self-directed project (65%)
CASF1001, or 18 junior credit points from Undergraduate Table A for Arts and Social Sciences including ENGL1011