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Veranstaltungsbeschreibung

34211 Entwicklung und Gestaltung von Dokumentarberichten

Zuletzt geändert:07.10.2016 / Marlow
EDV-Nr:34211
Studiengänge: Elektronische Medien (Master), Prüfungsleistung im Modul Schwerpunkt Audiovisuelle Medien Wahlpflicht: Dramaturgie und Inszenierung in Semester 1 2
Häufigkeit: derzeit nicht im Angebot
Dozent: Prof. Stuart MarlowDetails zum Dozenten
Sprache: Deutsch und Englisch
Art: V
Umfang: 4 SWS
ECTS-Punkte: 4
Workload: Vorlesung:
15 Termine zu je 4 SWS = 45 Zeitstunden

Vor- bzw. theoretisch und praktische Nachbereitung:
15 Termine zu je 4 SWS = 45 Zeitstunden

Projektvorbereitung:
5 Tage zu je 6 Zeitstunden = 30 Zeitstunden

Gesamter Zeitaufwand (Workload) = 120 Zeitstunden
Prüfungsform: PA, 8 Wo
Bemerkung zur Veranstaltung:
Formale Zulassungsvoraussetzungen: Keine
Setzt inhaltliche Vorkenntnisse entsprechend folgender Module / Lehrveranstaltungen voraus: Keine
Veranstaltung ist Basiswissen für folgende Module / Lehrveranstaltungen: Studioproduktion mit dokumentarischem/journalistischem Inhalt
   
Beschreibung:
  • The course covers the groundwork needed as an introduction to the techniques and artistic choices involved in filmic and televisual documentary reporting, research and production. In the first two of the four-hour sessions the students will be introduced to the various forms of documentaries which have developed since the 1930s.
  • The dramaturgical elements of documentary construction used in filmic or televisual and>/or journalistic art form a key element of the course. Students whose interests are geared towards media m amagement will be expected to place added emphasis on production management. This includes, planning, obtaining film-permits (Drehgenehmigungen), and costing. (Kalkulationen)
  • The second two hours will be assigned to practical work such as research, location visits and the production of treatments, production planning, story boards, and possibly sound and video recordings.
English Title: Theory and Practice of Documentary Making
English Abstract: Practical and theoretical approaches to artistic, editorial, and dramaturgical aspects of documentary making.
Lernziele: Post-graduate students will be required to study both editorial and dramaturgical aspects of documentary reporting. This applies to current affairs (actualities) and creative/rhetorcial modes of documentary representation. The ability to grasp the issues linked to the concepts of 'authenticity' and 'de+re-contextualisation' is key. Researching the broader background to any issue and identifying the key criteria involved in editing and rhetorical presentation are also key elements of this course. The Skill Set Development comprises: Fachkompetenz / Subject Knowledge: Research, Thematic Development, Redacting. Instrumentale Fertigkeiten: Target Audience Identification. Fertigkeiten / Practical and Cognitive skill set development in documentary dramaturgy, editing, and visualizing subject matter including an analytical approach to the narrative shaping informed by various techniques of storytelling, as applied to factual reporting. Sozialkompetenz: Team building and group orientated approaches to project work
Literatur: Ellis, Jack C. McLane, Betsy / A New History of Documentary Film/ Continuum International Publishing, New York ,2005 / Nichols, Bill /Introduction to Documentary 1./Indina University Press, 2001 / Russell Patrick/ 100 British Documentaries/ British Film Institute, London 2009/ Ward, Paul Documentary - The Margins of Reality/ wallflower, London 2005, / Schellmann B, Baumann, A, et al/ Medien - Vetstehen-Gestalten-Produzieren/ Verlag Europa Lehrmittel, 35210 - 5. Auflage, 2010

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