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Theoretical and practical introduction to audiovisual writing and the essential elements that make up professional television screenwriting, particularly that concerning the fundamental structures and formats that encompass them. Provides students with the necessary knowledge of the basic mechanisms that are used for writing television scripts, from the original idea until its completion, with a methodology that makes structuring and writing a story possible.
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Knowledge of the economic, technological, psychosocial, historical, cultural, and legal environment.
- Ability to understand and interpret the environment and adapt to change.
- Capability to establish relationships, understand and satisfy the needs of clients and other agents within one's environment of activity.
- Ability to search for and analyze information from various sources.
- Ability to apply audiovisual techniques and technological tools in order to develop a product in accordance with professional technical and artistic quality requirements.
- Ability to fluidly write texts, news content, play lists, and scripts within the fields of film, television, video, and multimedia fiction.
- Ability to read and analyze texts from each kind of communication media including digital.