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FILM EDUCATION 程娟影视教育
Joanne Cheng as Associate Professor of Cinema and Television
1. BROADCAST JOURNALISM 英语电视新闻－播音与主持课程
This subject introduces the styles, formats and production techniques of television journalism, including news and long-form reporting and investigative journalism. Students develop basic and advanced broadcast writing skills and presenting skills, and skills in producing both “Live” and “ taped television programs, undertake research, planning, and production both in and outside the Television studio; This course focuses on project-based learning; Students will learn and evaluate renowned television news broadcast and stories and interview shows; while students conceptualize and create their own shows and faculty may work on editorial projects together and publish or host the work on our own blog/Web site to be created.
Joanne Cheng Host Interview Demonstration 程娟“播音主持课”主持示范 Students Hands-on Practice: Interviewing Skills and Studio Shooting 学生动手实践：主持练习与演播室拍摄
2. DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION 纪录片制作课程
This documentary production course combines production with history and theory. The course emphasizes on the principle of visual story telling in both short and long form documentaries of various genres. Students will learn critical viewing skills as how to evaluate documentaries on the basis of picture composition, camera movement and lighting, use of music and audio effects and script techniques; they also will produce a her/his documentary of 10min going through the process of research, pre-planning and writing, shooting & editing.
Documentary Production & Appreciation by Joanne Cheng Class 2011
3. FILM AESTHETICS 电影美学课程
This course examines film aesthetics and film as a century long evolving art form through case studies of award winning films from around the world from past to the present. Comparison will be made between Hollywood blockbusters and Independent art house films which cross cultural boundaries and promote global understanding. Focus for Spring 2012 will be made on Cinema of Innocence. Film segment screening/cinematic analysis will be done in class by the teacher and after class student screening and reading is required
This course examines film aesthetics and film as a century long evolving art form through case studies of Amecian films of different genres from the past to the present. Focus will be placed on the most influential new Hollywood films since 60s including independent film both fiction and non fiction productions. In addition to study of film as an art form, the course will also touch upon American film as an industry and business in the context of its historical, social and cultural relevance. Film segment screening/ demonstration/ analysis will be done in class and after class weekly screening and reading is required.
American Cinema and Culture Lecture by Joanne Cheng 2010
American Cinema and Culture Seminar Course by Joanne Cheng 2010