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Broadcast Journalism

The Broadcast Journalism Live Online Course is perfect for those people who have an interest in journalism and want to learn the basics of what it takes to enter the dynamic field of broadcast journalism.

This is a 10-Day Course with Certification on completion. You will get trained by experienced broadcast journalists, Live Online, and apply what you learn practically with assignments as well. 

Whether you're a beginner with no experience in journalism or have been in the field and want a refresher, this course is suitable for you. 

Title: Broadcast for Digital Journalism 

Curricula:

- Departments, Function, and Structure of a Broadcast Newsroom

- What makes a good broadcast story? 

- How to structure and shoot a broadcast news story? 

- Editing skills for broadcast and Digital. 

- How to face the camera as a Reporter and as an Anchor

- Live practice sessions and feedback on camera presence, effectiveness, and speech.  

- What is Digital Broadcast (Stories and series from TV to web ) 

- Feature programs and stories in Broadcast make good digital content. 

- Writing for Broadcast Social Media

Faculty: Carol Andrade & Shweta Bhandral

Batch Intake: The maximum capacity of a batch of students will be 25.

Eligibility: Grade XI onwards, anyone interested in learning Journalism

Application process: 

  • The applicant may use the online mode on the website- to fill and submit their course related application form, upload the documents and make an online payment towards the application form.
  • The Application Form Fee is Rs.100/- + applicable tax and convenience fees (Non refundable and to be paid online)
  • The course fees applicable are in addition to the application form fees.

 Hindi Batch Timings Monday Sep 28 to Oct 9. Timings 4 pm to 5.30 pm

Day 1

1st Session - 10am to 1pm

  • Introduction to Cinema as an art form
  • Difference between cinema, films and movie
  • Feature films, documentaries, short films, tele-films
  • Genres, Styles, Categories, Series
  • Business and craft of film making and how it’s evolved in India.
  • Film age Vs the digital age

Screening - First every commercial film on the projector Lumiere Brothers and discussion

 

2nd Session - 2pm to 5pm

  • It all begins with the idea - The story idea
  • Concept Vs Premise
  • Synopsis - Treatment
  • The Three-Act Structure, Set up - Conflict – Resolution
  • Protagonists Vs the Antagonist
  • How to develop character ideas – visit to a railway station, bar, garden etc
  • One-line Order, Screenplay, Dialogs
  • Final Draft and Storyboarding

Screening - Claude Berri’s Oscar winning short film, The Chicken and brief discussion on the storyline

Assignments – Each student will write a Premise, Concept and Synopsis for a film

Day 2

1st Session - 10am to 1pm

  • Analysis and discussion on the assignments by each student - Further assignment to develop the concept and synopsis into one-line order
  • Who is the Producer – Organizes Financiers and sets up the project?
  • Owner of the property (But not all the copyrights)
  • Individual Producer, Production houses, Corporate Producer
  • Difference between Producer, Co Producer and presenter (P&A Producer)
  • Difference between Executive Producer, Associate Producer, Line Producer

2nd Session - 2pm to 5pm

  • The Director - The captain of the ship
  • Direction as an Art – Art of engaging with every stake holder
  • Interpreting the Script - To tell the Story through action
  • Characterization - Dealing with emotions like love, hate, empathy, sympathy
  • Establishing Characters and Motives - Treatment of the subject (genre) - emotions of characters
  • Casting Process – Auditions and selecting Actors
  • Look tests and final contracts

Screening - Opening scenes of Milos Forman’s Oscar winning film Amadeus and discussion on the characterization.

Assignments - Watch Amadeus over the week and write a detailed character sketch of the protagonist and antagonist.

Day 3

1st Session - 10am to 1pm

  • Analysis and discussion the assignments by each student - Further assignment to develop the one-line order into screenplay.
  • Discuss the character sketch of the protagonists and antagonists in film Amadeus prepared by students.
  • States of Film Making – Pre Production, Production, Post Production
  • Pre Production Stage - Coordinating with the crew of the film, Writers, Actors, Music Director, Production Designers, Art Directors, Costume Designers, Make-up Team, Cinematographer, Choreographers, Editors etc.
  • Workshops and Rehearsals with actors
  • Camera Rehearsals and Test: Coordination of actor’s and camera movements
  • Recce, locations, studios
  • Preparing of the props, special effects, costumes, scheduling and locking dates.

2nd Session - 2pm to 5pm

  • Production Stage – Film on the floor - Communication between departments and all parties involved.
  • Principal Photography -This is when the camera rolls, shooting begins. Most expensive phase of the project. Daily reports and logs, safe storage of shooting stock
  • Wrap Up – When the director decides that the shooting is over  
  • The Directors Team – Junior Directors.
  • Joint Director, Associate Director, Chief AD, Assistant Director (ADs)  
  • Role of ADs –Assigned roles to coordinate with every single department of the project
  • Ensure all preparations are done, schedules and deadlines are met
  • Call sheet with all details and call times
  • Coordinating the post-shoot process

Assignments – Complete the screenplay and the dialogues as the final assignment

Assignments –  All students to collaborate and write a script for a short film to be shot by the students

Screening - Gela Babluani’s film 13 Tzameti and discussion on the characterization

 

Day 4

1st Session - 10am to 1pm

  • Further discussion and doubts on the assignments of the screenplays
  • Discussion of script for shooting shot film

Visiting Lecturer – Cinematographer

  • Advent of Digital Cinematography Vs films
  • Type of HD Cameras - Canon, Red, Arri, Blackmagic, Phantom etc
  • Shot Breakdown
  • Type of shots and Montages
  • Camera Angles
  • Continuity
  • Lenses - interchangeable mounts
  • Speed – FPS.
  • Lighting
  • Camera Rigs and drones  
  • Chroma Shooting
  • Storage device - back up drivers

2nd Session - 2pm to 5pm

  • Post-production Stage
  • Editing - Final Pro Cut. Movie Maker
  • Dubbing, BGM
  • Audiography and Sound Engineering,
  • Songs mixing and Foley
  • VFX and CG
  • Colour Correction (Grading)
  • First Cut, time line and final cut.

3rd Session – 5.30pm to 6.30pm

  • Introduction to marketing and exhibition of films
  • Digital distribution Vs the traditional distributor
  • Film Festivals
  • Registrations with Writers association and various Unions – resolution and settlement
  • Short discussion on Copyright acts. Writer, lyricists, music composer VS the producer.

 

Day 5

1st Session - 10am to 1pm

  • Final submission of one copy of the screenplays written by students – Registration with FWA
  • Discussion and finalization of the script for the short film
  • Short break down and final preparation
  • Making teams of various departments and planning of the shooting.

2nd Session - 2pm to 5pm

  • Production of the short film (within the campus and around)

3rd Session – 5.30pm to 6.30pm

  • Editing of the short film
  • Screening of the short film as final project
  • Participation certification close of the course

Course Commencement Date: Monday, 28th Sept' 2020

Each session will be of 90 minutes.
Timing: 14:00- 15:30 (Except Sat/Sun)
FEES Rs 4,500/- + 18% GST

Total Course Fees: INR 5310/- tax included

Government Taxes are liable to changes.

Note: Fees once paid, will not be refunded.

All fee payments may be made via NEFT in the name of SPICE.
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Linking Road, Bandra (W), Mumbai 400 050
Account name: SPICE
Account number: 0157053000053874
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