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Study and praxis of the expressive resources that underpin audiovisual direction through the use of techniques specific to the disciplinary field, related to the direction of photography and direction of actors.

Learning outcomes:

  • Direction of Photography: ability to design and conceive the aesthetic and technical presentation of a set through natural or artificial lighting, taking into account the creative and expressive characteristics proposed by the director of the audiovisual project.
  • Direction of Actors: provide the basic resources to intervene and direct in the performance of actors. Understanding the mechanisms that cause the transmission of dramatic potential, through the use of different expressive tools, such as voice, movement, emotion, etc.