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Introduction to Screen Analysis

Undergraduate | GRF-CMM171 | 2024

Previously GRF-CMM17

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Study method
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Entry requirements
No ATAR needed,
No prior study
13 weeks
Start dates
4 Mar 2024,
15 July 2024

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Introduction to Screen Analysis

About this subject

  • At the completion of this subject students will:  

    1. be able to recognise a range of choices relating to mise en scene, cinematography, editing and sound that together make up the style of particular films 
    2. have acquired the appropriate vocabulary to describe the formal and stylistic features of particular films 
    3. be able to analyse film and television texts in terms of the meanings and effects produced by particular technical choices 
    4. be able to analyse texts in terms of the specific meanings and effects produced by their overall organisation and techniques of narration 
    5. be able to recognise and identify the various techniques used in screen performance 
    6. have acquired, in addition to these discipline-specific skills, better generic skills, including an understanding of how to apply ideas, the ability to analyse, to think critically, and to write clearly.  

Entry requirements

No entry requirements

Equivalent subjects

You should not enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:

  • GRF-CMM17 (Not currently available)

Study load

0.125 EFTSL
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