Objective — This course imparts training in Motion Picture Production. In the contemporary world, video has percolated into every industry as an important aspect of communications. Apart from the mainstream entertainment industry, every manufacturer, retailer or service provider produces a range of videos for Corporate, Training, Internet or Promotional use. A person with these production skills will be a valuable asset to any organization as well as have a much higher market-value. This is a Compulsory course and Com-199 is a pre-requisite. Methodology — Combination of Lectures, Tutorials, Film Screenings and Studio Exercises. Number of Seats — 15
This course will introduce you to sound, sound perspective and its aesthetics. The main task would be to listen and thoughtfully consider what you hear and explore what sound is and how we sense and perceive it. Throughout the course we will focus on how sound design conveys meaning and how sound functions with the visual in animation, video and film. We will explore how moving images can be used to strengthen and illustrate relationships and add dimension to sound (and the reverse!) We will also look at how sound is used in these formats to strengthen visual language, provide cues to what is occurring visually, create a sense of space (depth) and place (location), focus attention on objects and actions, provide for compositional structure or to create psychological (emotional) ambience.