ENGL 3195 Directing Television Adaptation. Analysis and Production
2 hours lecture, 2 hours television laboratory; 3 credits
A workshop combining literary and technical skills. In-depth analysis of scenes from critically acclaimed adaptations of literary and dramatic texts. Principles and techniques of directing adaptation for television. Students learn elements of all phases of production: research and interpretation, working with actors, studio production techniques, teleplay director's craft, editing and mixing sound in multi-camera live environment and post production. Students direct their own interpretation of a script provided by professor. For the final common class project students choose one production position, according to their interests and skills. This course is the same as Television, Radio and Emerging Media 3850.
Prerequisite: A course in dramatic literature or Television, Radio and Emerging Media 3824 [24.1] or 3861 [26.1] or 3871 [27.1].
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