1. Self-audit and goal setting: University courses: University of the Arts London – Film Practice http://www.arts.ac.uk/lcc/courses/undergraduate/ba-hons-film-practice/ Bath Spa University – Film and Screen Studies https://www.bathspa.ac.uk/courses/ug-film-and-screen-studies/ Bangor University – Film Studies https://www.bangor.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/W620-Film-Studies Oxford Brookes University – Film Studies https://www.brookes.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/film-studies/ Bournemouth University – Film https://www1.bournemouth.ac.uk/study/courses/ba-hons-film Overall, out of these five possible courses, Bath Spa and Oxford Brookes […]Read more "Progressions…"
Job Roles: Set designer – The role of the set designer is to create a memorable look for the show, ensuring that it coincides with and elevates the themes and contents of the programme. This includes planning for decor used on set, as well as working with lighting technicians to create a certain mood. Camera […]Read more "PART FOUR – Making the TV show…"
TV show and floor plan: Advert: 1. Because social media plays a strong role in my television show idea, an advert relating to this would more than likely appeal to the target audience. The advert would be for a platform where you can build your own website from scratch with a strong focus on social […]Read more "PART THREE – Ideas development"
Chosen Channel: Channel 4 or E4. Target audience profile: Channel 4: Multi-camera productions are generally aired from 22:00 to 00:00 on channel 4, with the earlier 22:00 slot only on monday evenings and the later 23:00 slot throughout the rest of the week. Women, aged 55+, from lower social grades, make up the majority […]Read more "PART TWO – The target audience…"
A multi-camera production is made using a filming method where multiple cameras are set up at one time to broadcast a scene. This process is used in productions like live television programmes so that shots can been shown from different angles of the event taking place. This way transitions are smooth and there can be […]Read more "PART ONE – what is a multi camera production?…"
‘How ethical is your clothing? An exploration of agenda-setting in mainstream media with a specific focus on the fast fashion industry’ The clothing industry is one of the largest contributors to today’s society, the average British citizen spending over one thousand pounds a year on items that may hardly ever be worn. We are […]Read more "PART THREE – Essay and Annotated Catalogue…"
For my focus area, I have chosen ‘Newspaper’ as my specific industry and ‘Representation’ as my specific media topic area. Essay Title and Abstract: ‘How ethical is your clothing? An exploration of agenda setting in mainstream media with a specific focus on the fast fashion industry’ ‘Fast fashion’ is a contemporary term used to describe […]Read more "PART TWO – Choosing Your Focus Area…"