How does production design add meaning and depth to screen stories?
This short self-paced course explores the craft of production design and what it means to be a production designer for film and screen.
The course, of approximately 7 hours learning commitment, is delivered online over 4 weeks. It includes student exercises, video, downloads, and concludes with a scheduled virtual Q&A providing you with the opportunity to speak directly with one of our highly experienced guest production designers.
Gain insights into visual communication and the foundations of production design for screen, exploring its past, present, and future
Discover what it is you do as a production designer, and where to begin to design a screen production
Learn about who you will need to work with, including the art department, and how to go about realising your design ideas on screen
Is the Introduction to Production Design for Film and Screen right for you?
A great course for those interested in screen Production Design but with little or no experience in the craft, or those with a general interest in design and visual communication who would like to know more about its application in screen story. Ideal for those who are considering pursuing a career in Production Design or those who may already work in commercial, graphic or motion design interested in applying their skills in film and screen.
No previous experience is required. Some understanding of filmmaking terminology and procedures would be beneficial.
This course is open to students aged 16 years and over. Students under 18 must complete an Under 18 Consent Form.
What you will need
You will need:
- Internet with good bandwidth
- Internet-connected laptop, desktop computer, tablet, or device
- Internet browser, preferably Google Chrome or Firefox
You will be provided with:
- A student login for access to the AFTRS learning platform
- Access to a student chat forum
Coursework delivered asynchronously allows you to work through the course materials and exercises independently and at your own pace. Coursework is made up of instructional audio/visual material and includes written and image-based documentation, links, and downloads.
Introduction To Production Design For Film And Screen Offerings
This is the standard course price including the early bird discount, as it is currently more than 14 days from commencement of the course.
You will need a computer with speakers, a microphone & webcam (built-in, USB plug-in, or wireless Bluetooth), and good internet connection
To find out about future offerings of this course, register your interest. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 223 877.
If a student wishes to withdraw from a course, they may do so up to 15 days before the course commences and get a full refund. Cancellations 14 days or less before course commencement will incur a penalty.
AFTRS reserves the right to cancel any course for any reason at any time. In the event of a course being cancelled by AFTRS prior to commencement a 100% refund or credit note of the course fees paid will be provided.
Should AFTRS need to cancel a course after commencement, but before its completion, reasonable efforts will be made to reschedule. If rescheduling is not feasible, it is at AFTRS sole discretion to issue either full or partial credit notes depending on the circumstances.
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