6 MONTH DIPLOMA IN EDITING (PHILOSOPHY AND TECHNIQUES)

COMMENCEMENT: 29 SEPTEMBER, 2016

HIGHLIGHTS

COURSE ID: DIE16-B1
CLASS TIME: 10.15 AM to 6.15 PM
CLASS HOURS PER WEEK: 12 hours 30 minutes
DAYS PER WEEK: 2 (Friday & Saturday)
TOTAL HOURS OF TRAINING: 300 Hours* [12.5 hours x 24 weeks]



*Extra hours are offered for those who are interested in more practice sessions

OVERVIEW

Editing means to tell the expected story through an aesthetic presentation and enhancement by getting the movie to the point where the viewer will want to see if the production is worth watching. It is to choose aptly what is needed and what is not.

What enhances the film to be viewed and memorable are its elements, the story, the performances, the lighting, the choice and quality of film or digital medium, the sound quality, the choice of music, background music, color corrections, and the cuts.

Editing is crucial to smoothly including all these elements to tell a story. Now the most significant aspects of telling a story contains: knowing & understanding of the story; shot divisions; acting; camera movement; in and out of a shot; pace and rhythm; production design and art direction; background music; ambience, foley and audio level; VFX and its possibilities; title and end title creation and finally learning and practicing the editing software which is equally important like the others. Hence an editor has to have the understanding of all the phases of a production; starting from scriptwriting to post production.

This course has been planned by comprising the theoretical & practical implementations of these aforementioned aspects.

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

  • Educational: H.S.C./A Levels

FEES

Admission Fee  15,000
Monthly Fee  10,000
6 Months total Fee  60,000 (10 x 6 months)
Total (All Inclusive) BDT 75,000

COURSE COMPONENTS

  1. Art, Philosophy and Aesthetics
  2. Storytelling Techniques in Film and other Art Forms
  3. Elements of Film and their Aesthetics
  4. Camera Techniques and their Aesthetics
  5. Lighting Techniques and their Aesthetics
  6. Acting and Continuity
  7. Production designing and Art direction
  8. Editing Techniques
  9. Story to Screenplay writing
  10. Shot-division Techniques
  11. History of Film
  12. Editing Software Introduction- FCP
  13. Philosophy of editing
  14. Editing Practice and Masterpiece Film Analysis
  15. Sound designing, Background scoring and Audio Levelling
  16. VFX, Title and End Title Animation Techniques
  17. Color Grading