Studio led by Peter Hewitt, Elaine Pierson & Jane Barnwell
Image credit: "Cass TV lens" by Peter Hewitt.
Level 4 Media Practice students will develop knowledge and understanding of a number of "forms" of television and will learn the basic techniques involved in their production: Ideas & their development, preparation for shooting, the shoot, preparing for post-production, post-production, preparation for delivery.
The teaching period will be divided into three nine week blocks, students will individually develop ideas prior to forming groups to produce work in each of the following categories which will represent "commissions" from Cass TV: Students at all Levels in Media Practice can also contribute to the commissioning and production of this studio.
- Factual – character portraits, visual essays
- TV studio – multi-camera, studio based production
- Other – music video, commercials, corporate, “art”
Students at all Levels in Media Practice can also contribute to the commissioning and production of this studio.
At the heart of this studio is the idea that television production relies on meticulous planning and efficient execution. Students will be given conceptual and practical tools in order to produce (within teams) televisual content.