Course in Photography in Prague in Czech Republic

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A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

A picture is worth a thousand words while a master’s in photography is priceless. These programs will teach you everything you need to know about taking and developing photographs, making you a better photographer.

Czech Republic has a well-established and research based university education. This has made learning ini Prague one of the respected curriculum's in Europe since it cultivates the spirit of creativity and innovation among students.

This is the largest city in Czech Republic, and it's one of the most important research and education centres. The many education institutions located here ensures students both local and international have a wide choice of programmes to engage in during their stay. Education is impacting this city very positively in terms of social-economic growth.

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Filmmaking - Second year program

Prague Film School
Campus Full time September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The second year program aims to refine and broaden filmmaking skills through master classes and full-time work on professional film sets. The second year program is also oriented towards training talented students for the production of more substantial [+]

Course Studies in Photography in Prague in Czech Republic. The second year program aims to refine and broaden filmmaking skills through master classes and full-time work on professional film sets. The second year program is also oriented towards training talented students for the production of more substantial projects, including the possibility of a feature-length film or a 90 minute trilogy shot in the second semester that can serve students as a calling card for the future. The first semester of the second year program is driven by master class workshops with visiting filmmakers, course work, consultations and film projects. The semester also incorporates preproduction and preparation for the films which will be shot and edited second semester. Elements of the first semester include: - Master production workshops: visiting filmmakers will lead 3-day to 2-week practical workshops covering directing the drama, working with actors, commercials and more. - Course work: covering art direction, location scouting, visualization, script analysis, working with actors, managing the production process, casting, rehearsals and more. - Seminars covering: Proper color grading, sound design using Pro Tools, work flow, CG- FX – as directors will be involved in the post production process of their films in the future and it is important to be knowledgeable about the repertoire of possibilities available. APPLICATION DEADLINE for Spring 2015 programs: December 8, 2014 for Year and Fall Semester programs: Early-Action Application Deadline: December 8, 2014 Final Application Deadline: February 23, 2015 Fees - Tuition Fee for PFS Year Program Graduates: 9,800 Euro - Tuition Fee, General: 12.900 - Equipment Fee: 900 Euro [-]

Documentary - Year program

Prague Film School
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The PFS Documentary Film Program creates professional documentary filmmakers both technically skilled in the crafts of camera, lighting, sound and editing, and trained in the art of truthful story telling. [+]

The documentary film production program at Prague Film School aims at developing students' story-telling abilities through both intensive practical work and theory and analysis. Narrative techniques are honed through dramaturgy, directing and documentary script development curricula, drawing upon a rich pool of international and historical documentaries crossing themes and genres. Aesthetic, technical and craft skills are inculcated through practical courses covering lighting, cinematography, editing and sound. In the first semester Documentary Production course, students complete numerous shooting assignments designed to develop fluency in film grammar, camera technique, and editing ideology and practice. Lectures, demonstrations, screenings, and analytical exercises provide the foundation for the fieldwork. Topics covered include - Documentary camera and coverage techniques - Interviewing techniques - Research - Preproduction - Documentary themes and genres - Documentary story structure and analysis - Standard production practices and organization - Documentary Ethics - Authorship/Voice in Documentary Exercises are shot both in and out of class on almost a weekly basis. Each student will also produce and direct a 7-minute documentary short film on a subject of his/her own choosing. Specialized courses in Editing and Cinematography are the other key components of the program. Students learn to edit on Avid Xpress HD, and learn shooting and lighting theory across a range of formats, including Canon 5D, Sony HD and RED. Supplementing the practical component of the course, the documentary program will draw upon a rich pool of international and historical documentaries crossing themes and genres providing the student with a varied palette of documentary styles, techniques and approaches they can apply to their own work. SECOND SEMESTER - DOCUMENTARY In Advanced Documentary Production, we focus on in-depth development and pre-production of the diploma film while also orienting students to the "real world" of professional documentary filmmaking. Students complete weekly assignments for instructor and peer review, and learn to write a compelling Proposal & Treatment. Each student produces and directs his/her diploma film -- a 15-minute documentary -- and crews on classmates’ projects. Through extensive brainstorming and pitching sessions, students also leave the course armed with a portfolio of critiqued project ideas to further develop and make a reality after completion of the program. This course is complemented by the Documentary Workshop, a practical course in which students further develop their technical skills through weekly shooting and editing exercises. Topics covered may include: - Advanced Interview Techniques - Documentary Reenactments - Using Archival Material - Mid Term Portrait - Shooting with Multiple Cameras - Green Screen Special seminars in the field of documentary film business are also offered. International guest speakers are invited to Prague to lecture on: - Legal Matters - Budgeting - Funding - Crowd Funding, Co-Production and Other - Film Festivals - Sales and Distribution The most important component of the second semester and indeed the entire year documentary course is the diploma film - which should be of broadcast quality. APPLICATION DEADLINE for Spring 2015 programs: December 8, 2014 for Year and Fall Semester programs: - Early-Action Application Deadline: December 8, 2014 - Final Application Deadline: February 23, 2015 FEES - Tuition Fee: 14.900 Euro - Equipment Fee: 900 Euro [does not apply for acting for film program] [-]