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Master of Creative Arts
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Master of Creative Arts - Robina - Queensland Master of Creative Arts - Robina - Queensland
Objectives:
The Master of Creative Arts is designed for applicants wishing to specialise in one of the following disciplines: * Producing * Directing * Cinematography * Sound Design * Editing * Production Design The program focuses on the research, preparation, and production of a feature length or equivalent major creative work in a relevant digital format, and a written exegesis of approximately 10,000 to 15,000 words. The first semester may also involve participation in classroom or on-line seminars on thesis preparation and presentation.
Entry Requirements:
Selection will be based on the following criteria: * An approved Bachelor degree and/or professional or creative experience in a creative arts field; * Submitted proposal for a creative project (approx 750 words), including the title of your project, a statement outlining the proposed creative work and a discussion of the issues it will address; * Statement of your reasons for wanting to undertake this degree, which incorporates details on your background and experience in creative arts and what you are hoping to achieve from this course; * Portfolio of previously published, screened, exhibited or broadcast creative work, including a bibliography and samples of reviews, if available; * Demonstrated generic technical skills in the medium appropriate to the proposed project; * Potential to carry out research and the availability of appropriately qualified staff to supervise the research. Applicants may be interviewed in person or by phone.
Award:
Master of Creative Arts
Course Description:
Professional Outcomes

Graduates will have a completed film to take to market and/or festivals, enabling them to further develop their career with a clear understanding of the creative process.

Work Experience & Internships

Internship students gain extensive work experience through being assigned to a production company. Enrolment is at the discretion of the Centre’s Advisory Committee, but will ultimately be decided by the employer.

Attendance

International Students: Students must undertake three subjects per semester (equivalent to 30 credit points) to fulfil student visa requirements. Student may be able to accelerate their degree program by obtaining written approval from the Faculty.

Domestic Students: Most Students undertake four subjects per semester (equivalent to 40 credit points). You may, however, enrol in fewer subjects (equivalent to 30 credit points) and extend your degree over a longer period.

Bond's Teaching methodology involves a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, examinations, projects, presentations, assignments, computer labs and industry projects.

Program Structure
Foundation (4)

    * FITV71-310 Feature Development 1: Screenplay
    * FITV71-311 Feature Development 2: Image & Sound
    * FITV71-312 Feature Production Techniques 1
    * FITV71-313 Feature Production Techniques 2

Feature Development 1: Screenplay
SYNOPSIS
In this subject, students explore assigned screenplays produced for the Master of Creative Arts with a focus on all elements required to produce a feature length film. Students then analyse their designated role and create a plan to develop the screenpla y into a producible feature length film.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
Nil

Feature Development 2: Image & Sound
SYNOPSIS
In this subject, the selected screenplays from the Master of Creative Arts (Screenwriting) discipline are analysed with an emphasis on sound and image related to context and how the envisioned style of the film will be achieved through practical means.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
FITV71-310 Feature Development 1: Screenplay is essential and must be taken in conjunction with this subject.

Feature Production Techniques 1
SYNOPSIS
In this subject, students will focus on their major in the Master of Creative Arts, analysing and creating a strategic plan for their assigned screenplay under the mentorship of a professional from their discipline.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
Nil

Feature Production Techniques 2
SYNOPSIS
In the subject, students will use the analysis of their assigned screenplay and create production components to produce the feature length film under the mentorship of a professional from their discipline.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
FITV71-312 Feature Production Techniques 1 is essential and must be taken in conjunction with this subject.


Production (8)

Eight (8) subjects drawn from the following to qualify for a Production specialisation:

    * FITV71-314 Feature Pre-Production 1: Location
    * FITV71-315 Feature Pre-Production 2: Studio
    * FITV71-316 Feature Production 1: Location
    * FITV71-317 Feature Production 2: Studio
    * FITV71-318 Feature Post-Production 1: Edit
    * FITV71-319 Feature Post-Production 2: Edit 2
    * FITV71-320 Feature Post-Production 3: Sound 1
    * FITV71-321 Feature Post-Production 4: Sound 2
    * FITV71-322 Feature Post-Production 5: Distribution & Marketing
    * FITV71-700 Film & Television Internship


Feature Pre-Production 1: Location
SYNOPSIS
In the subject, students will implement the strategic plan undertaken in Feature Production Techniques 1 & 2 in relation to exterior filming locations.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
    * FITV71-310 Feature Development 1: Screenplay,
    * FITV71-311 Feature Development 2: Image & Sound,
    * FITV71-312 Feature Production Techniques 1 and
    * FITV71-313 Feature Production Techniques 2
are essential and must be taken prior to enrolling in this subject.

Feature Pre-Production 2: Studio
SYNOPSIS
In the subject, students will implement the strategic plan undertaken in Feature Production Techniques 1 & 2 in relation to studio filming locations.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
    * FITV71-310 Feature Development 1: Screenplay,
    * FITV71-311 Feature Development 2: Image & Sound,
    * FITV71-312 Feature Production Techniques 1 and
    * FITV71-313 Feature Production Techniques 2
are essential and must be taken prior to enrolling in this subject.

    * FITV71-314 Feature Pre-Production 1: Location
is essential and must be taken in conjunction with this subject.

Feature Production 1: Location
SYNOPSIS
In the subject, students will undergo the shooting of their feature length project in their designed roles on location.
PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
    * FITV71-310 Feature Development 1: Screenplay,
    * FITV71-311 Feature Development 2: Image & Sound,
    * FITV71-312 Feature Production Techniques 1,
    * FITV71-313 Feature Production Techniques 2 and
    * FITV71-314 Feature Pre-Prod uction 1: Location or
    * FITV71-315 Feature Pre-Production 2: Studio

Feature Production 2: Studio
SYNOPSIS
In this subject students will undergo the shooting of their feature length project in their designed roles in studio.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
    * FITV71-310 Feature Development 1: Screenplay,
    * FITV71-311 Feature Development 2: Image & Sound,
    * FITV71-312 Feature Production Techniques 1,
    * FITV71-313 Feature Production Techniques 2 and
    * FITV71-314 Feature Pre-Prod uction 1: Location or
    * FITV71-315 Feature Pre-Production 2: Studio

is essential and must be taken prior to enrolling in this subject.

    * FITV71-316 Feature Production 1: Location

is essential and must be taken in conjunction with this subject.

Feature Post-Production 1: Edit
SYNOPSIS
In this subject students will analyse the footage from their feature length production, with a focus on group discussion on the editing process and analysis of the development of the screenplay into feature production.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
    * FITV71-310 Feature Development 1: Screenplay,
    * FITV71-311 Feature Development 2: Image & Sound,
    * FITV71-312 Feature Production Techniques 1,
    * FITV71-313 Feature Production Techniques 2,
    * FITV71-314 Feature Pre-Product ion 1: Location,
    * FITV71-315 Feature Pre-Production 2: Studio,
    * FITV71-316 Feature Production 1: Location

are essential and must be taken prior to enrolling in this subject.

Feature Post-Production 2: Edit 2
SYNOPSIS
In this subject, students majoring in Editing will edit footage from their feature length production with a focus on the Editor's individual role in the film making process. Analysis of the Editor's original intentions will be explored with reference to the process towards a final edit.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
    * FITV71-310 Feature Development 1: Screenplay,
    * FITV71-311 Feature Development 2: Image & Sound,
    * FITV71-312 Feature Production Techniques 1,
    * FITV71-313 Feature Production Techniques 2,
    * FITV71-314 Feature Pre-Product ion 1: Location,
    * FITV71-315 Feature Pre-Production 2: Studio,
    * FITV71-316 Feature Production 1: Location.

are essential and must be taken prior to enrolling in this subject.

    * FITV71-318 Feature Post-Production 1: Edit 1

is essential and must be taken in conjunction with this subject.

Feature Post-Production 3: Sound 1
SYNOPSIS
In this subject, students will explore the role of sound related to the footage from their feature length production, with a focus on group discussion and analysis of the development of the screenplay into feature production.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
Pre-requisite(s):

    * FITV71-310 Feature Development 1: Screenplay,
    * FITV71-311 Feature Development 2: Image & Sound,
    * FITV71-312 Feature Production Techniques 1,
    * FITV71-313 Feature Production Techniques 2,
    * FITV71-314 F eature Pre-Production 1: Location,
    * FITV71-315 Feature Pre-Production 2: Studio,
    * FITV71-316 Feature Production 1: Location

are essential and must be taken prior to enrolling in this subject.

Feature Post-Production 4: Sound 2
SYNOPSIS
In this subject, students majoring in Sound Design will sound edit footage from their feature length production with a focus on the Sound Designer's individual role in the film making process. Analysis of the Sound Designer's original intentions will be explored with reference to the process towards a final sound mix.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
Pre-requisite(s):

    * FITV71-310 Feature Development 1: Screenplay,
    * FITV71-311 Feature Development 2: Image & Sound,
    * FITV71-312 Feature Production Techniques 1,
    * FITV71-313 Feature Production Techniques 2,
    * FITV71-314 F eature Pre-Production 1: Location,
    * FITV71-315 Feature Pre-Production 2: Studio,
    * FITV71-316 Feature Production 1: Location.

are essential and must be taken prior to enrolling in this subject.

Co-requisite(s):

    * FITV71- 318 Feature Post-Production 1: Edit 1,
    * FITV71-320 Feature Post-Production 3: Sound 1.

is essential and must be taken in conjunction with this subject.

Feature Post-Production 5: Distribution & Marketing
SYNOPSIS
In this subject, students will implement a marketing plan to launch the completed feature project, including distribution and industry association networking.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
Pre-requisite(s):

    * FITV71-310 Feature Development 1: Screenplay,
    * FITV71-311 Feature Development 2: Image & Sound,
    * FITV71-312 Feature Production Techniques 1,
    * FITV71-313 Feature Production Techniques 2,
    * FITV71-314 F eature Pre-Production 1: Location,
    * FITV71-315 Feature Pre-Production 2: Studio,
    * FITV71-316 Feature Production 1: Location

are essential and must be taken prior to enrolling in this subject.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The final result of this subject is the premiere of the completed feature film.

Film & Television Internship
SYNOPSIS
Students in internship subjects undertake intensive work experience. They are assigned to a production company and work there as directed. Enrolment in the internship is competitive and usually decided by the employer. Enrolment in Internship subjects is at the discretion of the Centre's Advisory Committee
PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

This subject can only be taken by students who have been approved by the Dean or designate.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES

To enable students to work as part of a production team on a professional film/television production.

Subject to the approval of the coordinator, Cinematography and Production Design majors may substitute one Post-Production subject for:

    * FITV71-601 Film and Television Research Project 1

Film and Television Research Project 1
SYNOPSIS
Subject to the approval of the coordinator, students may undertake appropriate individual projects for credit. Such project work will lead to submission of specific materials on agreed dates. The project will involve work at least equivalent to a normal s ubject.

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

This subject can only be taken by students who have been approved by the Dean or designate.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

To enable students to focus on a specific area where they can research an authorised topic of their choosing.

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