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Course Details

Year 2 Timetable

Isabel Brotherston

9 -10.30 11-12.00 13.100 -14.30 15.00 – 16.30
Monday Core Core Core Core/ Als
Tuesday David PrendergastALS CoreLouisa Thorman CoreLouisa Thorman
Wednesday Tutorial Core Core Core/ALS
Thursday
Friday

Course Outline – 2011-12

Creative Media Production – Extended Diploma year 2

tutors; Isabel Brotherston & Louisa Thorman

Units completed 1,2,3,6,16,22,30,32,33,38,55 – 10

Units to be completed

Compulsory;

Unit 4 – Creative media production management

Unit 5 – working to a Brief in the creative media sector

Unit  8 – understanding the TV & Film Industries

Optional;

Unit 21 -Understanding digital video technology

Unit  29 – Music Video production

Unit 62 – Digital video production for Interactive Media

Unit 27 – Factual Programme making

Unit 36/ 37 interview techniques/ presentation for broadcast

Unit 64 Motion Graphics and compositing Graphics

 

BRIEFS

Research and pitching Sept -Oct

Unit 4 – Creative media production management 1& 2

Unit 27 – Factual Programme production 1& 2

research youth and social unrest

writing

interviews in studio/community/voxpops

Documentary Oct – Dec

Unit 4 – Creative media production management 3 & 4

Unit 27 – Factual Programme production 3

Music Video – Dec – Feb

Unit  29 – Music Video production

Unit 62 – video for interactive Media

Unit  8 – understanding the TV & Film Industries- criteria 1

Live Broadcast

Unit 21 -Understanding digital video technology

Unit 36 – Interview techniques/ or 37 presentation for broadcast

Unit  8 – understanding the TV & Film industries

FMP

Unit 5 – working to a Brief in the creative media sector

Unit  8 – understanding the TV & Film industries criteria 5

Motion Graphics

unit 64 – Motion Graphics and compositing Video

The Pitch – documentary Style & Genre

Analyse the films below discussing genre of documentary;

2. Research into documentary styles. Analyse at least 2 documentaries and compare? different genre, style, type of story, talk about access in terms of how the directors got hold of the story and the contact/research they did. Explain what Media the Matters offers? a platform for different points of view that don’t get seen on the mainstream media channels? These directors wanted to get a message across why do you think they used Media that Matters? would it be shown on mainstream channels? why?

Use appropriate language to discuss doc such as news, ifotainment, reality TV, drama doc, talking heads, interactive, voice-over report, observational (fly on the wall no presenter or voice-over)

Discuss 5 Hurdles; character, story, visual sequences, access, market/platform/audience

Documentaries

www.mediathatmattersfest.org

A Girl Like Me

America For Dummies

Immersion

Hammoudi

Hate (crime)

Research – the riots ‘ a generation of robbers or robbed

Research – What caused the riots?

‘ a generation of robbers or robbed?

Explain how you researched a particular point of view for the debate and put in references from the Internet and Media .

Remember you are looking @ what point of view the media is putting forward and looking @ different points of view that might not have been broadcast? You are analysing the Media and the perspective. the video short ‘Hate’ might be useful to discuss this issue.

Analyse your interviews in terms of the content(what points of view did they offer, how did the questions work? how did you engage with the interviewees) and technical quality (sound and picture). Remember you are going to be interviewing fro your documentary. What will you do to improve the interview quality and get what you need on camera?

Look at the issues below

Why did riots happen?

Shooting and police attitude

Consumer culture wanting to have things

Breakdown of morality crime and greed at the head of society

Youth unemployment

Peer pressure

No discipline at home and schools

Lack of social mobility

cuts

What should happen to the rioters?

Prison sentences

Increase youth opportunities in communities

More equal society – stop th cuts

Different values generated through different culture

Better education opportunities

‘A generation of robbers or robbed?

Footage from Manchester Media of people speaking about why the riots took place http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=faPJx7zmbUk&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biJgILxGK0o&feature=related Darcus Howe

Social mobility/The generation conflict

Polly Toynbee argues that whatever cause the riots the less well off of this generation have been cheated of an education, employment an the opportunity to lead a normal life.www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/aug/19/sad-society-young-riots

Map of riot convictions in Manchester

The map above shows how although the riots took place in Manchester centre ( see the big circles on map), those people that were convicted ( small circle) came from outside the centre and lived in the most economically deprived areas ( the areas coloured dark red.http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/interactive/2011/aug/16/riots-poverty-map

Martin Luther King quote ‘riots are the voice of the’ unheard http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1L8y-MX3pg

The European crisis – young and working people are taking to the streets in ireland, greece, Iceland, Spain as the youth employment rises and the cuts bite in.

The banking debt and the cuts? – has this been one cause of the riots? £900.000,000 and they are still getting bonusses of millions? the tax payer is paying the debt but we can’t afford public services? How do you think this might impact on young people?

what is being sacrificed to pay for the banking debt?

public services? education/ benefits and health care? -who uses these? who will this impact on?

The student riots – A free education no longer exists? Has this contributed to the riots?

Are our leaders good role models
who is committing the real crime in our society?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/8674936/MPs-expenses-Jim-Devine-released-after-serving-quarter-of-sentence.html

http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_9575000/9575332.stm

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/too-tough-sentences-spark-warning-2338999.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Kingdom_parliamentary_expenses_scandal

Media and the riots –

Spin and the LA riots does the media show an objective picture of the riots?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_FWZuhB9M8&feature=related 4.49

Are the riots caused by a culture break down?

bad parenting, lack of discipilne, lack of faith? consumerism?

David Starkey – The whites re the new blacks?

what does David Starkey mean by this? Black culture is violent/consumerist? and this has caused the riots?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/aug/13/david-starkey-claims

Carry out primary research into the issues surrounding the riots

interview one person who you have access to and carry out vox pops in town.

Look at your interviews and feedback on the technical aspects and the content

Plan an argument for a debate – putting yourself in the character of a certain personality (explain this in your research) –

Academic

Voices unheard/ make a change

Government

Dangerous to create an us and them ‘ferrel underclass’

Children are not our future they have no prospects

Pay for education

Social mobility – not happening

Basic needs have been made in accessible

Top of the stream is polluted – government are corrupt/ bankers/ businesses – tax evasion/ newspaper/ academic

Voices in the riot ( 14/9/11)

David Starky/ racist/ educated/ignorant/ arrogant/ right wing conservative/ Historian/White Middle aged/ disabled

Martin Luther King

Powerful/ Black/ Civil rights activist/ leader

Middle aged

Not racist – promotes integration

Police – Metropolitan

Not enough power – government

Lack of funds – job cuts

Internal inquiry

Police victimised/ blamed when the government has caused the situation

Chav/ Rioter

Poor

Angry – government cut benefits/ no jobs

Pay back time

Have a laugh/ acceptance peer pressure

Rebellion

Male 17-19 white

Can’t express himself

No voice/ disenfranchised/

Youth-worker/social worker

Parenting

Community breakdown

Access

No sense in blame culture

More money invested in young – the youth are the future

Cuts to youth services causing problems

Shouldn’t be an us and them –

been brought up in a consumer culture/ need a reason to belong

Shop-owner

Parenting bad

No protection from police and government -Can’t feel safe

Community fight back/Community divisions

Longer sentences/ harsher punishments should be handed out

3 people killed

theiving opportunists

Youth/Juveniles/young adults/Adolescents/pubescent/

Chavs /delinquents /hoodies /NIET

Stereotypes / groups

Identity

Concept/conceive

Hierarchy/social mobility

Context/Point of View/ Opinion/Bias/perspective/ openminded/ subjective/ objective/ Voice/

Different/ exclusion/excluded/ lonely/ segregated/ isolated/ alienated/ disenfranchised/

Networking

I have listed the contacts we made @ the ‘All About Us’ launch

Lets Go Global.tv -website http://www.letsgoglobal.tv

http://www.allaboutus2012.co.uk, http://www.twitter.com/allaboutus2012,allaboutus@letsglglobal.tv

contact; Sarah mcGoughlin Director of the All About Us project  – Sarah@letsgoglobal.tv

 

Hi Sarah,
thanks for coming and meeting the students, they are all keen to get involved in voluntary work.
I am sending you the names of the students and their contact details

Philip Curtis ; skills in web authoring/design, IT and camera – philcurtis@hotmail.co.uk
Farrah Mohamed; Skills in communication, PA, presenting – Farrah1@hotmail.co.uk
Ziggy Kucas; skills in editing, special effects & camera – zygimantas.kucas@gmail.com
Masoud Mirzaeian skills in camera, production, editing – masoud.mirzaeian@yahoo.co.uk
Tash Mayers skills in photoshop – tashaj1@hotmail.co.uk
Lana Campbell skills in communication and editing – Lana_c@hotmail.co.uk
Chelsea Conroy skills in camera and production assistant – x.chelsea.x@hotmail.com

please don’t hesitate to contact me or any of them if you need some runners or assistants.
Ta, Isabel

 

Production co. Albino Mosquito – http://www.albinomosquito.com

sunday 2pm @Zion Centre Hulme video shoot

 

Trine Moore

Journalist – story capture project for SMES

Redkn@gmail.com / 0161 4399054