Mass Communication diploma students

journalism students at Shang Tao Media Arts college




Film production

IOur film production course entails the following;

Screenwriting for film and television

This course is designed for the learners interested in both fiction film and documentary filmmaking. The learner will learn about Western Dramatic Structure, character archetypes, building and releasing tension, writing for small budget productions, balancing action and dialogue, and how to creatively and effectively write compelling scenes.


As the Director, you are the leader, and much of the responsibility for the fiction film’s or documentary’s success falls on your docket.

Learners are expected to learn how to; run a set, harness their imagination as a storytelling tool, create strong moments, ensuring their fiction or documentary film communicates clearly, seamlessly stitch the individual shots of a scene together, strategically use language as a tool when communicating their vision, conceptualize designs, All those things as a Director you need to consider when shooting a film.


The learners will learn about the three main components of cinematography: lighting, movement, and composition. Learn study shapes, lines actions, shot types, color theory, color psychology, framing heights, continuity and shot flow, as well as exploring temporal and spatial connections.

Cinematography requires a keen awareness of punctuation. The learner is required to study the work of the visual masters, while at the same time developing a visual vocabulary that is all your own. You’ll also learn about creative composition techniques to help you design visually powerful films and documentaries to add to your portfolio of work.


learners will learn editing software, capturing, title sequences, rough cuts, in and out points, splice edits, overlays, fades, dissolves, and color correction, to name only a few of the concepts.

Sound Design

Sound design is undoubtedly one of the biggest contributing factors to a film with high-perceived production value. Understanding sound is imperative if you want to avoid the airy, light, “hissy” sound that is often associated with independent film productions.

Learners will learn in-depth to discuss synchronization, wavelength, bit depth, sample rates, stereo vs. mono, equalization, audio filters, microphones, room tone, recording space acoustics, sound editing, compression, and noise reduction.

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