In today's media rich world we find a vast array of storytelling practices. From Facebook timelines to viral videos, news stories and advertisements a complex range of narrative strategies are used to organise fragmentary images, sounds and memories into meaningful content. In this course you will be introduced to fundamental concepts and techniques of narrative style and structure appropriate to a range of media production environments. The course emphasises the development of hands-on production skills and you will gain proficiency in the use of audio-visual equipment and editing software in preparation for more advanced courses at levels 2 and 3.
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