The course covers the foundations of cinematic language, including terms like “frame” and “shot,” as well as camera movements. It explores storytelling techniques, such as plot development and character portrayal, using tools like storyboards and photocomics. Participants learn about documentary genres and practice observing and recording their surroundings to create photo-documentaries. The concept of montage is explored, emphasizing shot selection and sequence in storytelling. Additionally, participants experiment with movement and stop-motion animation, and discover the narrative potential of sound. Throughout the course, they engage in practical exercises to apply their learning and develop their storytelling skills.

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