If you have the interest to be the best movie maker from the industry then we are the final and apt destination. This is the best institute in town. We with our team of expert mentors can make your skills polished and talents sharpen. This is the only reason why we are the only best institutes that are most of the time referred to many. Our students get along with the top most directors and actors while the courses are on. The cost is low as per the quality and the offering that is being delivered to them. All the senior actors and directors take classes during weekend s. this adds colorful feathers to the courses.
How many of you want to have a job in TV? Some of you must be interested in working in movie, too. How many of you have ever thought of making a movie? the process by which movies are made. There are a lot of discrete stages which are bonded together like initial story followed by idea and commission, screen-writing and then casting. It is supported by shooting the film and sound recording, reproduction. In the end, there is editing which is followed by screening the finished product before viewers by exhibition or a film release.
There are various techniques and technologies involved in many social, economic and political contexts while doing a movie.There are many people involved in it, and it takes over months or years at times to make a movie. Our Diploma provides with practical training in different areas that you gain knowledge, skill to excel in the field.We have a very supportive group of people who nurture you to give the best performance and helps you in excelling in the skill of movie-making. Our course includes learning the course from experts in the TV and film industry when you leave our institute with Diploma you will be a versatile filmmaker yourself having a network of professional people.
|Course Duration||6 Months (Saturday & Sunday)|
|Course Fee||On Request|
|Per session duration||3 Hours|
|1. History of Cinema||17. Movie application and Analysis from the Movie maker's point of view|
|2. Movie Language and its Grammar||18. Movie & TV – the Director’s role|
|3. Staging, Blocking and Shooting Techniques||19. Creative Collaboration – Handling actors, the Crew and other unit members|
|4. Exposure to other components of Cinematography, Editing||20. Production and Marketing management of movie and TV shows|
|5. Practical exercises – Documentary, TV Commercials & promos||21. Introduction to script writing|
|6. Understanding and using 3 Act Structure||22. Developing Character|
|7. Plotting Structure, Scene and Its Functions||23. Structure, Scene and Its Functions|
|8. Step Outline||24. Dialogue Writing|
|9. Visual storytelling||25. Lighting methods and techniques|
|10. Camera techniques||26. Scene composition|
|11. Understanding camera frame||27. Understanding different lenses|
|12. Shooting for croma||28. Composition technique|
|13. Working with a crew members||29. Introduction to different HD cameras|
|14. Project shoot||30. Creative Editing Basics|
|15. Basics of Different Editing Software||31. Viewing Images As An Editor|
|16. Promotion||32. Mixing Techniques And Tips|
|17. Exporting for different Medium||33. Casting|
|18. Production||34. Understanding Basics of Different Editing Techniques for music video| Movie | Series Etc|