Moving Image 1: Fact and Fiction
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About the Course
This unit will investigate the blurred lines that exist between fact and fiction as presented through the moving image. From cinematic fictional drama to documentary film to artist’s film and video, it will help you to develop visual and conceptual research strategies and investigate diverse ways to gather and manipulate audio/visual material in order to create meaning.
The unit is a practical one but is also concerned with furthering an awareness of creative techniques and exploring artistic approaches. It will encourage you to view media critically, to identify the myriad techniques and devices that are employed, how they affect the audience, and how they can be incorporated into your own video work.
You will continue to use a Learning Log to document your coursework and to reflect on the success of your own, and other productions, in achieving your stated aims.
The Open College of the Arts is a non-profit educational charity offering arts education through open and flexible distance learning methods. You will receive support from a one-to-one tutor who is also an arts practitioner and you will become part of a thriving UK and international student community.
All of our part time distance learning Open degrees are awarded by the University for the Creative Arts (UCA). We have an exceptional range of part-time Open courses at Higher Education level in painting, drawing, photography, music, illustration, graphic design, creative writing, textiles, sculpture, printmaking, art history and film.
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