Kai Ross-Best – Film & TV 2016

Film & TV Level 3 Production Course


Unit 3 LO 2.1

Week 7 – Unit 3: Working Practices

Within this session, we have been talking about “Working Practices”, in particular we’ve been talking about the various different types of working with their pros and cons.

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Best Practice (Ward, A, 29 February 2016)

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Week 4 – Unit 3: How to become a Cameraman

Within this session I’ll be covering on the different ways that you can become a cameraman, what they do, the roles to work up to becoming a Cinematographer as well as some research on a¬†famous cameraman and the¬†Auteur Theory.

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Filming in Warringah (, No date)

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Week 3 – Unit 3: How to become a Foley or Sound Engineer

Within this session we were working on how you can become a Foley Engineer, how you can become a Sound Engineer and what the difference is between them.

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Sound Engineering (, 2013)

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Week 2 – Unit 3: How to become a Lighting Engineer?

Within this lesson, we learnt about Lighting Engineers and how you could become one and what they actually do and are in charge of.

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How to Become a Lighting Technician (Green, A, 28 July 2014)

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Week 1 – Unit 3: Skills

Within today’s lesson, we worked on Skills. Today in particular, we learnt about how to become a director, and the general jobs a director would have as well as researching into a director of our choice.

Tim Burton on the set of “Frankenweenie” (Radish, C, 9 May 2012)

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