This course will expose students to the process of video production, including personnel involved and the job scope. From brainstorming ideas, pre-production to the field work or production until post production and little promotion, students will directly involved in the process which in the end aims to deliver desired messages to the audience. To balance the creativity work, the issue of ethics will also be highlighted during the course to enhance understanding and the needs to produce a high quality and ethical video simultaneously. The association between religion, culture and video will also be discussed in order to understand the relationship between these three (3) aspects and the influences to the society.

References:

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