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ERIC Number: ED115297
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Nov
Pages: 21
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New Objectives for the Instructor of Television Directing and Performance.
Blum, Richard A.
Directing and acting in television productions requires a broad technical background that differs greatly from stage productions. In addition to understanding the technical problems that are unique to television, the director and actor must be deft at script analysis, character development, and mood setting. To assist the aspiring director and actor to master these technical and artistic skills, two courses have been designed. The first, in advanced television directing, concentrates on the role of the director in script interpretations and dramatic visual effects. The second course concentrates on the basic principles of television acting with emphases on character development and acting techniques to represent different emotions. Each course includes a statement of objectives, an outline of daily lesson plans, and a reading list. (EMH)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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